LAHORE – Justice Umar Ata Bandial of the Lahore High Court on Saturday said that Judges through their expertise and knowledge of law could deliver fair and perfect decisions as well as win the hearts of legal fraternity and the masses.

He expressed these views while addressing the concluding ceremony of the 3rd Capacity Building in Service Training Course of District & Sessions Judges held at Punjab Judicial Academy.

Justice Bandial said that there were approximately 1.2 million cases pending adjudication throughout the country, while only in Punjab there were one million such cases. “This pendency shows that people trust more on judiciary as compared to other institutions”, he said.

He was of the view that maximum deliverance of justice was the only way to solve the problems of the people who trust upon the judiciary and are the true stakeholders of judicial system. At the end of the ceremony, certificates and awards were distributed among the District & Sessions Judges who successfully completed the week long exercise.

The Sessions Judges who attended the course include, Muhammad Tariq Abbasi, Muhammad Islam, Wamiq Javed, Muhammad Falaq Sher Faooqa, Moqurab Khan, Ch. Mushtaq Ahmad, Ch. Abdul Qayyum, Muhammad Rashid Qamar, Abdul Hafeez, Mushtaq Ahmad Tarar, Ch. Khaliq-uz-Zaman, Abid Hussain Qureshi, Muhammad Ilyas, Sanaullah Khan Niazi, Ghaffar Jalil, Shahid Naseer, Abid Hussain, Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry, Muhammad Tanvir Mir, Syed Pervez Ali Shah, Muhammad Abdul Nasir, Rai Nazir Ahmed and Ameer Muhammad khan.