RAWALPINDI: The lawyers of Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi Bar on Thursday called on Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Asif Saeed Khosa to apprise him about the problems being faced by them.
As per spokesman of the LHC Bar, the delegation of the lawyers was led by Lahore High Court Bar President, Ghulam Mustafa and Secretary Muhammad Faisal Malik.
The meeting discussed various matter related to their professionalism and problems being faced by them during their practice.
Earlier on April 2, Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice had said the Supreme Court had left with cases pending for only four months now.
Justice Asif Saeed Khosa said they were hearing criminal cases of November 2012.
“We started hearing the cases pending since 1994,” he had said while hearing an appeal of a convict against his life imprisonment in the Supreme Court, Islamabad.
Dismissing his appeal, the three-member bench of the apex court upheld life sentence of convict Rehmat in truck driver murder case. He was accused of killing a driver, Muhibbullah, in Rajanpur.
The chief justice said the judiciary had traversed the journey of 25 years. “Now we are about to achieve our target,” he said.