Prime minister seeks proposals on quick justice
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on Thursday directed Wasi Zafar, the federal minister for Law, Justice and Human Rights, to prepare proposals for quick justice to the common man.
Mr Zafar called on the prime minister along with Minster of State Shahid Akram Bhindar and Attorney General of Pakistan Makhdoom Ali Khan at Prime Minister’s House. Wasim Sajjad, leader of the House in the Senate, Senate Deputy Chairman Khalilur Rehman, Members of the National Assembly Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari, Rai Mansab Ali Khan, Rehman Naseer, Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry and Farhan Latif, Public Safety Commission Chairman Muhammad Latif and Toba Tek Singh District Nazim Chaudhry Muhammad Ishaq also met the prime minister.
They discussed with the prime minister the matters relating to their ministries and constituencies.
The law minister told the prime minister that the legal system needed to be reformed to help people get early access to justice in Pakistan. Praising the lifting of sanctions in South Waziristan, Khalilur Rehman said that the decision was received well in the area and generated economic activity there.
The prime minister told the MNAs that his government was committed to generating economic activity and improving the standard of living in Pakistan. He asked them to prepare development schemes for their areas to help the government solve the people’s problems at the grassroots. He also directed them to personally supervise development schemes.
Energy plan: The prime minister on Thursday directed the Planning Commission to make a long-term energy plan by December 15 for development of electricity, gas and alternate energy sources keeping in view the future demands of the country, APP reported.
The prime minister said a long-term energy plan would help the government prepare development projects. He said the commission should strengthen individual discipline in social and economic planning and should focus speedy implementation of projects.