QUETTA: Balochistan High Court Chief Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhail on Saturday inaugurated the judicial complex at Khanozai Karezat area of Pishin district.
Chief Engineer B&R Muhammad Ayub Nasir informed the chief justice and other judges about the judicial complex constructed at a cost of Rs30 million.
Speaking at the inauguration function Chief Justice Mandokhail said that the job of courts was to provide justice to people while the government and its institutions had to fulfil their responsibility to solve problems of people.
“Provision of education, health and other basic facilities to the people is top responsibilities of the government and the common man has to play his role in this regard,” he added.
He said that no society could develop without justice. He urged courts to ensure a quick justice system for the people living in remote areas.
Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan, Justice Hashim Khan Kakar, Justice Muhammad Ejaz Sawati, Justice Kamran Khan Mullahkhel, Justice Zaheeruddin Kakar, Justice Abdullah Baloch, Justice Rozi Khan Barrech, Justice Abdul Hameed Baloch, BHC Registrar Rashid Mahmood, Member Inspection Team Aftab Ahmed Lone, Advocate General Arbab Tahir, Secretary C&W Noorul Amin Mengal, Chief Engineer Ayub Khan Nasir, High Court Bar Association President Abdul Basit Shah and other lawyers were present in the inauguration ceremony.
Published in Dawn, July 12th, 2020