Fourth accountability court planned for Rawalpindi

The Punjab Law Ministry has selected a new courtroom for the fourth accountability court of the Rawalpindi division


Our Correspondent February 08, 2021
The five-member bench had earlier reserved judgment on June 20. CREATIVE: AAMIR KHAN

RAWALPINDI:

Owing to the burden of corruption cases, the provincial ministry has designated a new courtroom for the purpose, officials said on Sunday.

The Punjab Law Ministry has selected a new courtroom for the fourth accountability court of the Rawalpindi division, which will become functional later this month, they said.

This new accountability court will be called Accountability Court No 4 in Rawalpindi. The new court is being built on the second floor of the old court complex with three other accountability courts. Staff for the new court will be deployed next week. A special anti-terrorism court for Rawalpindi division is being formally disbanded this year.

 

Published in The Express Tribune, February 8th, 2021.

 

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