If the law is not respected, there is uncertainty:CJP

If the law is not respected, there is uncertainty:CJP

QUETTA: Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Atta Bandial has underlined the need for shunning all differences in view of the current and said ‘we all should think for the country’s betterment’.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed building of the Supreme Court Quetta registry on Monday, the CJP said the building had no importance, but the provision of justice was the foundation. He, however, said that the provision of justice would be better with the establishment of new buildings.

“May Almighty Allah help us to make decisions in accordance with righteousness, the Constitution, and laid-down law,” Justice Bandial said, adding that the fate of nations depends upon the leadership instead of decisions of the judiciary.

Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar, Justice Yahya Khan Afridi and Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhail of the Supreme Court, Balochistan High Court Chief Justice Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan, other BHC judges and a large number of senior judges were also present.