ISLAMABAD (APP)- A number of Special Courts which are meant for specific territory have not been located in the Federal Capital Territory. The Capital with a thriving population of about 1.2 million have fewer facilities of special courts and that too are located in Rawalpindi. A number of leading lawyers, legal fraternity and legal experts are of the opinion that creation of separate Special Courts like Banking court, Customs court, Anti Terrorism court, Labour Court, Special Judge Central and Drug court etc; are required in the Capital especially after dissolution of Islamabad High Court. They said that their shifting from Rawalpindi or separate creation as perceived under the constitutional parameters will help reduce burden on the judiciary and expedite disposal of pending matters. They said that introduction of special courts for the Federal Capital was need of the hour in face of increasing number of litigation over diverse and complicated labour laws. The lawyers community and litigants faced difficulties in the absence of vital special courts dealing with particular areas. Niazullah Niazi, President Islamabad Bar Association, said that their body had been demanding for the establishment and shifting of special courts to the Capital. He informed that they had received a letter from the Secretary Ministry of Law and Justice saying that construction work on the piece of land for establishment of various special courts in Sector G-11/1 would be started within one month. Raja Inam Amin Minhas, general secretary Islamabad High Court Bar Association, said that the lawyers community always struggled for creation of Special courts for the Capital. He demanded that Labour Court, Banking Court, Special Judge Central, Drug Court and Customs should be established to facilitate a large number of litigants here. Nayyab Hassan Gardezi, a senior legal practitioner at District Courts and member Punjab Bar Council, told this news agency that under various constitutional provisions and requirements, the legal fraternity of the Capital were also unanimous their views on setting up special courts for Islamabad. He said some time back, an ambitious project was announced for bringing and introduction of special courts under one roof at G-11/1 sector, but so far no steps had been taken in this regard. They were of the opinion that Article 212 of the Constitutionprovided for establishment of Administrative Courts including special courts.The objective of setting up such special courts means that people should get speedy and expeditious dispensation of justice. Moreover, these courts certainly share burden of other judiciary, they added. However, he said, establishment of a separate Court like those set up in other provinces would be ideal step to meet the long standing demand of the legal community.The legal experts said that Articles 175, 202 and 203 of the Constitution provided a framework of Judiciary i.e. the Supreme Court, a High Court for each Province and such other Courts as might be established by law.