LAHORE - Sikandar Zulqarn-ain Saleem Advocate has demanded of Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif and Inspector General of Police Tariq Saleem Dogar to initiate action against Baghba-npura police for giving shelter to a criminal gang. Addressing a press conference held here in Lahore Press Club on Sunday, he said that some alleged criminals Wasim alias Vicky dacoit, Billah Sapahi alias Billa Don (a former police constable) and their proclaimed offender accomplices were threatening his clients Amir Shakeel Khan and his brothers besides the people of area. He alleged that a number of cases against such accused had already been registered at various police stations of the City including Qila Gujjar Singh, Hurbancepura, Gjjaup-ura and Baghbanpura police stations. He further alleged that such members of a criminal gang were involved in a number of robbery and abduction for ransom cases. While giving details, he said that a couple of days ago, Billa Don and Vicky and their accomplices gave life threats to his client Amir Shakeel Khan and then attempted to kill him and his brothers by opening firing on them with loaded guns, on which Amir and his brothers got registered a case against the accused at Baghbanpura police station. H alleged that instead of arresting the accused, SHO Baghbanpura Police Station Malik Mubashir Awan was protecting them and was forcing Amir Shakeel, Adil Khan and Tanveer Ahmad Khan for reconciliation. He said that the accused also assaulted their home again for threatening them and opened aerial firing before Amirs house and misbehaved with his family members and used abusive language after trespassing his house. PU to implement legal education reforms The Punjab University shall constitute a central committee to ensure implementation of legal education reforms approved by the Board of Studies in Law in all the law colleges affiliated with the varsity. Chairing a meeting of all principals of law colleges affiliated with varsity, Prof Dr Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Dean Faculty of Law, Dr Ehsan Malik stressed the need for changing question papers pattern which, according to him, at present are normally set in a old manner. Justice (retd) Khalil Ur Rehman Khan, Chairman Punjab Law Reforms Committee and Samee Ozair, In-charge Principal PULC, was also present on the occasion. Khalil and Malik apprised the participants about legal education reforms approved by the Board of Studies in law. They also lauded the efforts of PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran for his keen personal interest for the up-gradation of legal system in the province. The meeting decided that each college shall constitute a committee to ensure smooth implementation of the Selection Board recommendations. Malik recommended that question papers should be problem-oriented so that a problem or case is solved by the students citing relevant legal provisions. He further impressed upon law students to keep themselves abreast with the latest emerging developments in the domain of law and legal decisions. The students should be introduced to research methodology and method of finding the laws as well as understanding the case law to help develop their skills of legal drafting, he added. The meeting decided that question papers pattern for all the students of LLB part-I, II & III, from now onwards, shall be slightly changed and one question in each paper shall consist of a problem to be attempted/solved by the student in the light of relevant laws.