CJP says Speedy justice must for good governance.

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said that a country cannot claim to have good governance without providing easy, affordable, speedy and impartial justice to the people.
“The dispensation of justice is considered to be sole duty of the courts.
Legal fraternity will do its level best to provide justice to the people by thrashing out difference of society in the state,” the Chief Justice said while addressing a delegation of District Bar Multan at the premises of the Supreme Court on Thursday.
“Only noble exercise of laws in the state can lead to judicial hegemony. It is the duty of judiciary to decide on legal issues involving people’s welfare and rights.
By following such assumptions we subject ourselves to a possible judicial hegemony,” the Chief Justice contended during the meeting.
He was of the view that indefatigable lawyers community had always played a vital role to deliver justice through power and spirit of the Constitution of the state.
He emphasised the lawyers to be honest and sincere to their profession and pay more attention towards their cases and avoid adjournments.
“The blackcoats also should extend their cooperation to eradicate corruption from judiciary,” he concluded.
Later, President Multan Bar, Sher Zaman Qureshi, with other office-bearers invited the Chief Justice to visit Multan. The Chief Justice accepted their invitation. The delegation thanked the Chief Justice and assured him of their full support and cooperation in pursuance of protection of the Constitution in the state.
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