CJP Gulzar Ahmed Remarks over interference in the matters of judiciary
Quetta: Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmad says no one interfered in matters of judiciary, adding that the institutions works independently.
Addressing a ceremony in Quetta on Wednesday, the top judge also termed a matter related to missing persons serious.
Vowing to protect basic rights of public, he said that a commission has also been setup to review the matter. He added that missing of anyone would not be allowed.
He told that a case regard the missing persons is fixed for hearing before the top court.
The chief justice said that the court today heard a case related to shortage of water where the bench was told that five dams are being constructed to mitigate it.
“It is our responsibility to protect the rights of the people of Balochistan,” he said.
The chief justice also vowed to address the issues being faced by lawyers, adding: “I consider the insult of lawyers as my insult”.
He said that efforts will be made to meet all demands of the bar of the province.