ISLAMABAD: On Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan launch the first-ever judicial complex of Islamabad was opened at the G-11.
The district courts in F-8 in Markaz currently operate in small rented buildings where litigants, lawyers and judicial officers are usually confronted by issues.
The Prime Minister has break-through the judicial complex of Islamabad with 93 courts.
The CDA has recently awarded the Frontier Works Organization Rs1.4 billion of the contract (FWO). CDA President Amer Ali Ahmed informed the Prime Minister of the project and the current status of the F-8 Markaz courts. He said to the CDA that in six to eight months, the project would be completed.
The Prime Minister after the presentation said that the courts in F-8 were under bad conditions, which showed that the country’s previous leadership had no interest in justice for the people.
Local courts were operated in the F-8, which according to the master plan of the city is a commercial area.
The Premier recalled the 2007 lawyers’ fight against then president Pervez Musharraf in response to the removal of the head of Pakistan’s justice, when he was speaking at the Chief Justice of the IHC.