We live in an age of injustice. Injustice, in all its forms and manifestations, is present in our society. The prevailing question is; who will put an end to this era of injustice? Court proceedings in our country are slow and tedious. The persecutors are rarely put to justice. Nothing is in its proper and rightful place in every society. 

Our rulers are far too occupied with their individualistic motives to pay a second thought to reform the judiciary of our country. As arbitrators of public desire, it is their responsibility to dispense justice and they should take any measures they can to do so. 

HASHIM ABRO, 

Islamabad, July 20.