Pakistan judges want Punjab and Haryana HC-like museum at Lahore court
A three-member delegation of senior judges of the Lahore high court visited the Amritsar district courts complex on Thursday.punjab Updated: Sep 09, 2016 16:10 IST
A three-member delegation of senior judges of the Lahore high court visited the Amritsar district courts complex on Thursday.
On the first day of their visit to India, judges Anwar ul Haq, Sayeed Shehbaz Ali Rizvi and Mohammad Farrok Irfan Khan said they plan to develop a museum at their high court on the lines of the one at the Punjab and Haryana high court in Chandigarh.
The museum project will be part of the 150th foundation day celebrations of the high court this year, said the delegation.
The judges will also be visiting the Punjab and Haryana high court in the coming days to study the museum. “We also plan to invite our counterparts here for the foundation day celebrations in Lahore,” they said.
The delegation praised the free legal aid and alternative dispute resolution facilities being provided in India, terming it a great initiative and vying to make similar efforts back home.