New accountability courts being established, says law minister
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Law and Justice, Barrister Farogh Naseem on Thursday said more new accountability courts were being established to take the pending corruption and money laundering cases to their logical end.
“New ordinance will be introduced to appoint the judges while the officials have already been appointed in these courts,” he said talking to a private news channel.
The minister said the government had done a remarkable job while introducing institutional reforms particularly in Law Ministry as no previous government had made reforms in the national institutions.
On the flip side, during a meeting with Provincial Ombudsman Punjab Azam Suleman in Lahore, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said that Pakistan would become strong with provision of swift and cheap justice to people.
Governor said that decrease in ratio of complaints filing in province was a welcome development. He said that injustice against anybody will not be tolerated.
Speaking on the occasion, the provincial ombudsman briefed the governor about his department’s performance.