LAHORE Ram Prasad Shreshta, Chief Justice of Nepal, has underscored the need of extending cooperation among the South Asian countries in the area judiciary as well as to promote judicial system in the region. The visiting Nepalese CJ on Friday met with the Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry and other judges of this court and exchanged views on the matters relating to the judiciary and working of judicial system in both countries. The detailed discussions mainly focused around knowing the judicial system in Pakistan about which the guest asked many questions which were responded by the host. The Nepalese CJ expressed the desire to increase cooperation among the South Asian states and exchange of the delegations in order to work for the establishment of an ideal system of dispensation of justice in the region. Justice Chaudhry informed the guest about functioning of the provincial judiciary at different tiers and also about the procedural law of the land. Nepalese Supreme Court Judge Tahir Ali Ansari and wife of Ram Prasad also accompanied the delegation. Justice Shreshta praised the beauty and grandeur of the LHC building and also thanked for the hospitality he received during his visit to Pakistan. He also invited the LHC Chief Justice to visit Nepal. Justice Chaudhry presented memento to the visiting CJN besides exchanging gifts. On the occasion, Justice Ram Prasad Shrestha and his delegation was also briefed by Justice Mansoor Ali Shah on the newly introduced SMS and e-mail system by the Information Technology (IT) department and Judicial Brach of this court to inform the lawyers about their cases.