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Chief Justice urges police to take care of human rights

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

16th Dec, 2019. 04:11 pm
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Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Asif Saeed Khosa said December reminds us the Army Public School (APS) incident, which hold lessons for us to learn.

Chief Justice addressed a farewell lunch in Islamabad.

Chief Justice expressed satisfaction that the country has largely and substantially tackled the issue of terrorism.

He said the APS tragedy united the entire nation against this menace.

Chief Justice stressed that this nation can do wonders by working together.

He said the state should take care of the rights of its people at any cost.

Chief Justice urged the attendees to not accept any political recommendation and to file its complaint with NAB.

He said the justice delivery system is improving as a result of steps taken by the apex court.

Chief Justice said the complaint readdress system at police stations has started delivering results.

However, Chief Justice said that the mechanism has helped reduce burden on the courts.

Chief Justice said the Police Reforms Committee also come up with a comprehensive report to improvise police.

Moreover, Chief Justice hoped its suggestions will be implemented to transform police into a professional force.

Chief Justice stressed that police should be transformed into a force that enjoys the trust and confidence of the masses.

Chief Justice said it is the responsibility of police to protect the citizens against all sorts of excesses and protect their fundamental rights.

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