Islamabad: On Tuesday, the outgoing chief judge of the Islamabad High Court (IHC), Athar Minallah, opened the modern district courts building, marking the establishment of the federal capital’s district courts after a gap of 60 years.
Moreover, according to him, the goal of this endeavour was to resolve civil and criminal disputes and to assist litigants who suit government agencies in court. He claimed that because the majority of them are from an underprivileged class, the state does not prioritise them.
He gave the federal government the order to start building district courts. The chief justice had also issued instructions for the creation of a group made up of the secretaries of the interior, planning, law, and justice to work together for the swift completion of the district court complex. The undertaking cost Rs. 1,470 million. 74 courtrooms, appropriate seating areas for litigants, a cafeteria, a bar room, and the press room were all built as part of the project.
Additionally, the IHC’s new facility has been built, and Justice Minallah plans to dedicate it on Wednesday (today).
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