Balochistan Judicial Academy concludes training

Judicial officers would pursue criminal and civil cases


Our Correspondent August 30, 2020
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Balochistan Judicial Academy Director General Anwar Aftab said the province has maintained high standards for training and enhancing skills of judicial officers.

"The training officers were inspected at various stages of case studies, research, investigation, forensic laboratory samples, and model police station activities — where the officers provided information to the police related to modern technology,” said Aftab while addressing the certificate distribution ceremony of a course for trainee judicial officers in Balochistan Judicial Academy.

The director-general added it was expected that the judicial officers who have completed the training would pursue criminal and civil cases and perform duties in an efficient manner.

On the occasion, Balochistan High Court Judge Justice Nazir Langove noted hard work, dedication and honesty are mainstays of the officers. “It is hoped the trainees will perform their responsibilities in the field and meet the requirement of justice by reviewing all aspects of cases during the hearing and moving the matter forward,” he said.

The ceremony was attended by Academy Director Zarif Baloch, Academy Advisor Naz Kakar, and others. Langove distributed certificates among the officers who successfully completed the training.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 30th, 2020.

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