New judicial complex inaugurated


Good intention and hard work are essential to dispense justice to needy masses and the ideal decision is the one in which both the parties are satisfied, Lahore High Court Justice Umar Ata Bandial said on Saturday while addressing judicial officers and Lahore Bar Association after inaugurating the ‘judicial complex’ at old Sessions Court.
He said the poor masses had pinned all hopes on the judiciary and they would not be disappointed.
He said the Lahore Bar Association (LBA) was an international institution and there was no example of it in the world. Responding to the problems raised by LBA President Shehzad Hassan Shaikh that a bridge should be constructed from bar room at Aiwan-e-Adl to the court building and the allowances and salaries of court staffers should be increased, Bindial said every problems will be resolved with the cooperation of LBA. District and Session Judge Mujahid Mustaqeem Ahmed said the issue of lack of courts was raised in the chamber of the LHC chief justice and Bindial had inaugurated a court in response and a new building was being constructed. Shaikh, Senior Civil Judge Atta Rabani, civil judges and additional district and sessions judges also spoke on the occasion.
JUDICIAL COMPLEX: Seven courts on ground floor, eight on fist floor and eight on second floor, 672 lawyers’ chambers and two basements will be constructed. Rs 795.915 million will be spent on the project.