The Government of Pakistan has announced the approval for a separate judiciary system for overseas Pakistani’s to ensure that their cases are dealt with effectively and in a timely manner. This news was announced by Fawad Chaudhry, Minister for Information, on 15th February. This new separate judiciary system for overseas Pakistanis will be extremely beneficial for all NRP’s who live in the cold west, trying to make ends meet.
In the press conference, Fawad Chaudhry announced, “We have given approval for a separate judicial system for overseas Pakistanis, continuing our tradition to think about and work for their benefit.” He further added, “The system would be first implemented in the capital Islamabad through an act. The law would be later implemented in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after approval of the two provinces, where the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has its government. The same laws would also be introduced in Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir.’’
Fawad Chaudhry in the same press conference added that the implementation of the separate judiciary for the Overseas Pakistani System will first be implemented in Islamabad, after which, both Punjab and KPP will also adopt this strategy.
The people of Pakistan working in the West are an integral part of Pakistan who not only contribute to the economy but also make sure that the name of Pakistan remains positive throughout the world. This contribution carries weight.
They work so hard in countries that they live in; it falls on us to make sure that we provide them with all that we can to make sure that their lives are easy.
The court cases tend to take a lot of time before any result is finalized. There are times when the court cases go pending for months, and years. To save the Overseas Pakistanis from this hassle, the government of Pakistan has introduced a separate judiciary system to ensure that there is no hassle.
The separate judiciary system for overseas Pakistani was implemented, because overseas Pakistanis come to Pakistan for a very limited time, and it is their right to have their matters dealt with in an efficient and effective manner.