- LHC CJ Qasim Khan says it’s incumbent on judiciary to offer speedy justice to weak and downtrodden
- Senior choose urges judiciary to cater to all segments of society
- LHC CJ says judges who don’t fulfill their obligations will face related authorized motion
Lahore Excessive Courtroom Chief Justice Qasim Khan has warned the judiciary of dire circumstances if the individuals lose their religion within the nation’s judicial system.
Addressing a Rawalpindi Excessive Courtroom Bar occasion organised to bid farewell to retiring justices Tariq Abbasi and Mushtaq, the senior choose mentioned that it was incumbent on the judiciary to offer speedy justice to the weak and downtrodden.
“The times have changed: even the educated and socio-economically well off citizens are now turning to the courts for justice,” he famous throughout his tackle.
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He urged the judges current to cater to all segments of society.
“Where the people lose faith in the judiciary, bloody revolution follows,” he added as a warning.
Justice Qasim additionally discouraged the judges current on the occasion towards needlessly delaying listening to circumstances and pushing aside proceedings for months on finish.
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He warned that judges who don’t fulfill their obligations below their oath will face related authorized motion.