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When the Access to Justice Programme (AJP) was introduced with the support of the Asian Development Bank in 2003, it was able to bring about several improvements.
He said that the provincial government had introduced prosecution service under the access to justice programme in Punjab.
The Access to Justice Programme was accorded approval at a total rationalised cost of Rs4.711bn.
Revision of the federal programme under Access to Justice Programme was accorded approval at a total cost of Rs 4,711.981 million.
In governance, Access to Justice Programme worth Rs6.4 billion was recommended to ECNEC.
The construction of the judicial complex had started in 2005 on 1,000 acres land after the Asian Development Bank granted a loan under the Access to Justice Programme.
300 million for Federal Programme Under Access to Justice Programme (all over Pakistan).
In the document, Rs 900 million had been earmarked for construction of Islamabad High Court, Rs 400 million allocated for Federal Programme under Access to Justice Programme across the country.
'Under the access to justice programme, a super-infrastructure has been constructed but no attention was paid to the early resolution of cases,' Kundi claimed while referring to the establishment of new judicial complexes in the province.
In governance, federal program under Access to Justice Programme worth Rs6.4 billion was recommended to ECNEC.
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