Like the LJCP
, the SC is also losing approximately Rs10m per day as interest, the secretary said.
The meeting was attended by the inspector generals of police from Sindh, Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir and the Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP
Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP
) decided to organise one-day National Conference on Investigation in collaboration with the National Police Academy (NPA) in June 2019 for the capacity building of the police officers.
The meeting was attended by the serving and former inspector generals of police (IGPs) to discuss on the agenda items such as; public complaints redressal mechanism; measures taken to improve quality of investigation and result thereof; output of liaison with Judicial academies for joint training of investigation officers and prosecutors; enhancing the effectiveness of criminal justice system in dealing with anti terrorism act cases and on proposal for organizing a national conference on the investigation by the LJCP
in collaboration with the National Police Academy (NPA) at NPA Islamabad.
A proposal for organising a national conference on the investigation by the LJCP
in collaboration with the National Police Academy (NPA) in Islamabad also came under discussion.
Muhammad Raheem Awan, Secretary, Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP
) convened the meeting.
The meeting was attended by Amjad Javed Saleemi, Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr Naeem Khan, KP IGP, S K Imam, Sindh IGP, Mohsin A Butt, Balochistan IGP, Amir Zulifiqar Khan, Islamabad IGP, Salahauddin Khan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) IGP, Sana Ullah Abbasi, Gilgit-Baltistan IGP, and former police chiefs Tariq Khosa, Shoukat Javed, Tariq Parvez, Dr Shoaib Suddle, Syed Masud Shah, and Afzal Ali Shigri who gave presentations to the committee.Welcoming the participants of the meeting, LJCP
Secretary Dr Muhammad Raheem Awan gave a brief background of the working of police reforms committee and agenda of the meeting.
In response, the Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar remarked the Supreme Court could not force assemblies to pass laws, and that the issue of low-cost housing was a difficult one to resolve given a shortage of state resources.He also said that the state would have to differentiate between genuine residents and land grabbers who were using katchi abadis for commercial purposes.He then ordered the federal and provincial governments, as well the newly-constituted PM's task force on low-income housing to submit their responses regarding the draft law prepared by the AWP and LJCP
within a month.
Islamabad, June 5(ANI): The Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP
) has recommended amendment in laws for giving strict punishments against the judgments of panchayats and jirgas, whereby girls are abused in exchange for heinous crimes to settle local disputes.
Thank Wendy Mann Resnick, who had set up the pair months before on a blind date; and thank LJCP
supporters, who raised more than $55,000 that night.
ISLAMABAD -- The Chief Justice of Pakistan and chairman of the Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP
) on Tuesday said police departments needed to take initiatives and address grievances of the general public to unburden the judiciary.
After the presentations of the inspector generals of police, LJCP
Secretary Dr Muhammad Raheem Awan, proposed a national conference on the subject of investigation by the LJCP
in collaboration with the National Police Academy (NAP).