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Work with the judiciary for rapid dispensation of backlog of cases

The party said it would do so by "providing necessary resources and tracking systems".
Updated 10 Aug, 2020 09:13am

As part of its judicial reforms programme, the PTI, in its manifesto, states that it "will work with the judiciary to champion a programme to rapidly dispense the backlog of existing cases, through providing necessary resources and tracking systems".

Source: PTI Manifesto 2018


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