LAHORE - The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Sayed Zahid Hussain on Tuesday made fresh appointments of 42 civil judges-cum-judicial magistrates in various districts of the province with directives to disclose their assets to district and session judges concerned within 30 days after assuming the charge of their respective offices. Among those who are appointed include Qaisar Hussain Mari at Attock, Naveed Abbas at Fateh Jang, Miuhammad Zia-ur-Rehman at Ahmadpur East, Saif Ullah Babur Janjiana at Ferozewala, Muhammad Abdul Sattar at Layyah, Muhammad Zaigham at Alipur, Kalsoom Mustafa at Lahore, Abdul Sattar at Chakwal, Amber Gul Khan at Lahore, Muhammad Jamshed at Pindi Bhattian, Mohammad Asim Shafique at Hasilpur, Muhammad Shahid Iqbal at Depalpur, Muhammad Shahid Iqbal at Depalpur, Zaheer Ahmad at Rahim Yar Khan, Muhammad Azhar Qayyum at Sangla Hill, Adnan Anjum Gondal at Arifwala, Nasar Mehmood at Khanpur, Javaid Iqbal at Sahiwal, Aneela Saeed at Lahore, Sahib Gul Khan Baloch at Sargodha, Zaira Manzoor Malik at Multan, Muhammad Imran Khan at Summundri, Muhammad Ajmal Khan at Tandlianwala, Faiz Ullah at Jaranwala, Mian Ijaz Ahmad at Sadiqabad, Umar Draz at Shakargarh, Muhammad Tayyab Ishaq at Chiniot, Mohsin Ali at Jhelum, Farooq Ahmad at Mandi Bahaudin, Syed Ali Waqas Bukhari at Multan, Sherbaz Khan at Vehari, Zulfiqar Ahmad at Kasur Shaukat Abbas at Depalpur, Sajid Mehmood at Kamalia, Zaman Ali Ranjha at Jampur, Ghulam Mustafa Yezdani at Rawalpindi, Kashif Rasheed Khan Bangash at Rajanpur, Sadar Naveed Ahmad Bhalwal, Kashif Iftikhar at Gujranwala, Muhammad Umer Farooq at Dera Ghazi Khan, Tariq Mahmood Kahut at Faisalabad and Imran Yaqum at Burewala. The LHC directed these judicial officers to report the LHC registrar on November 14 who shall administer oath. On November 16, these officers would report Member, directing staff, of Federal Judicial Academy, Khayaban-e-Jauhar Islamabad for receiving six weeks pre-service training with effect from November 17, from which date they shall be treated as on duty. Corps Commander inspects training Corps Commander Lieutenant General Ijaz Ahmed Bakhshi inspected the ongoing Collective Training near Badian on Tuesday and witnessed the troops engaged in field exercises. He appreciated the high morale and the standard of training of all ranks. Earlier, Corps Commander was received by General Officer Commandeering Major General Shafqaat Ahmed on his arrival to the field area.