LAHORE - Punjab Governor Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana has stressed the need to make law a part of educational curriculum at the school and college level so that the youth could know the operational procedure of the legal system to play a better role in its implementation.

Separately talking to the delegations of Islamabad High Court Bar Association, District Bar Association Pakpattan, and Rawalpindi here on Saturday, the governor said that lawyers have a key role in making sure timely provision of justice to the litigants. He asked the lawyers to do their best to ensure relief to the downtrodden and oppressed people while upholding supremacy of law and justice.

Rajwana said that everyone must abide by the law and the constitution as collective betterment lies therein. He spotlighted the need for introducing law as a subject at the school and college level, hoping it would also be a better way to implement law in the society through the youth.

The governor further said that the government is attending to the need of capacity building of the lawyers and development of the legal system and huge funds are being allocated for this purpose. He added that lawyers are intelligentsia of our society which could work well to disseminate awareness in every respect to achieve improvement in our system.

Peer Ashraf Quershi advocate led the delegation of Pakpattan Bar Association, Sheikh Muhammad Sulman of the Pindi Bar Association and Raja Aleem Khan Abbasi of Islamabad High Court Bar Association.