ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar has underlined the need that bureaucracy should gain adequate knowledge of administrative laws to discharge their duties independently, honesty and transparently in accordance with the law and the Constitution.
He was talking to a 59-member delegation comprising faculty members and course participants of 109th National Management Course, National Management College, Lahore, which called on him in Islamabad today.
He said that vibrant bureaucracy is indispensable for the State therefore; bureaucracy must try its level best to ensure good governance in the country.
He also explained that Supreme Court under constitutional scheme, possesses special jurisdiction of the judicial review to examine certain acts of legislative and executive organs of the State repugnant to the Constitution.
On the occasion, the Chief Justice welcomed the delegation and gave them an overview of the 1973 Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
He briefed them on principles of natural justice, judicial system of Pakistan, its functioning, role, dispensation of justice and constitutional jurisdiction of Supreme Court of Pakistan to provide relief to people.
The Chief Justice also explained to them tracheotomy of power and dilated upon the role, function and importance of each limb of the State - Legislative, Executive and Judiciary.