Strong Institutional Linkage Must For Effective Implementation Of Laws: Sanjrani
Muhammad Irfan 4 days ago Fri 15th March 2019 | 06:25 PM
Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has called for strong institutional linkages among constitutional bodies to ensure effective implementation of laws and legislation to address the issues faced by the society on different spheres of life
ISLAMABAD (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / NNI - 15th March, 2019) Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has called for strong institutional linkages among constitutional bodies to ensure effective implementation of laws and legislation to address the issues faced by the society on different spheres of life.He further observed that the Upper House is also playing its role in promoting cordiality between Bench and Bar and has seconded the initiatives aimed at making the judicial system of the country more efficient for speedy disposal of cases.
Chairman Senate expressed these words in a meeting with a delegation of President of Islamabad High Court Bar Association (IHCBA), headed by President of IHCBA Raja Inam Amin Minhas here at Parliament House on Friday.Chairman Senate was appreciative of the fact that harmony exists between judiciary, bar associations and constitutional bodies for provision of speedy justice.
"I am cognizant of the problems being faced by the IHCBA and the High Court and a bill for improvements and enhancing the number of judges in the Islamabad High Court has been referred to the Senate Standing Committee on Law & Justice.The Committee would seek the input of the Bar Associations and other stakeholder for finalize the bill.
He said that speedy justice is not only requirement of the citizens but also responsibility of the State. The Upper House of the Parliament would actively pursue the legislation for improving the judicial system and early disposal of cases.Chairman Senate hoped that the new leadership of Bar Associations would play robust role in promoting institutional harmony and work for the betterment of the lawyers' community.