Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana assured the lawyers on Saturday that efforts would be made for the establishment of all special courts and services tribunal in Multan.

Addressing the members of District and High Court Bar Associations Multan here at bar hall, the Governor added that special measures would be adopted including allocation of funds for the welfare of bar associations. He stressed upon the lawyers to exhibit sincerity with their profession, respect the judiciary, judges and seniors leave positive impact on the society by showing good manners. He said that the government was determined to resolve all problems faced by the judiciary with a view to ensuring quick dispensation of justice to the public. He declared that efforts would be made to increase judicial induction from South Punjab.

The Governor stressed upon the young lawyers to show good performance first and then raise demands. He disclosed that the vice chancellors of all universities had been directed to include moral lectures in law syllabus. He suggested to the young lawyers to work hard with passion, upgrade their knowledge and skill with a view to presenting their viewpoint in the court in a well manner.

He said that Pakistan was the country of every one and all issues being faced by the country currently were being resolved with the consultation of all political parties. He said that many development projects were currently underway in South Punjab while more projects would be launched in future.

Earlier, welcoming the Governor, the president of District Bar Association Khalid Ashraf Khan demanded establishment of Services Tribunal, Customers Special Court, Banking Crime Court and Member Revenue Board’s court in Multan. He also demanded funds for the bar association.

Earlier, a delegation of PML-N Multan district called on the Governor. The delegation demanded upgradation of emergency ward of Cardiology Institute, construction of one hospital each in Shujabad and Jalalpur Pirwala, shifting of classes of Women University to main campus from Girls Degree College Kutchery and making the kidney centre functional. The Governor assured the delegation that all demands would be fulfilled on priority basis.