Chief Justice Islamabad High Court Justice Athar Minullah said that last month gave a decision in a case which was filed in 1972, the state never gave priority to the district judiciary.
Addressing the international seminar on speedy delivery of justice in Islamabad, the Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court said that we have entered the 21st century but the laws have not changed, even today our cases suffer from unnecessary delays. There are.
The Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court said that due to unnecessary delay common citizens face difficulties, looking at the difficulties of citizens there is an urgent need for reforms.
Justice Athar Minullah said that the district courts have been functioning for 6 decades without a prosecution branch, the district administration in the capital does not have a prosecution branch.
Chief Justice Islamabad High Court said that the judicial system is suffering from unusual delays, it is the responsibility of the state to take steps to provide speedy justice, our civil and criminal courts system is a century old, the world has changed but our laws are still there. As they are, the biggest problem they face is the delay in justice.
Athar Minullah said that the system was ruined due to corruption in the system, we need reforms to provide justice to the people, not only the judiciary is responsible for all this but the executive is also responsible.