LAHORE - A new batch of 36 Assistant District Public Prosecutors completed their induction training at Center for Provincial Development for Public Prosecutors.

All 36 prosecutors have been appointed in 36 districts of Punjab. Prosecutors were selected through Punjab Public Service Commission and were provided with induction training of one month at the academy.

German Development Institute GIZ provided the technical facilities for the training. GIZ also provided Law books to newly appointed prosecutors for preparation of flawless cases.

On completion of successful training a convocation ceremony was arranged here in the academy on Sunday in which Additional Public Prosecutor Punjab, Mazhar Sher Awan distributed certificates among the prosecutors.

Speaking on the occasion, Additional Public Prosecutor Punjab said that the Punjab government is taking effective measures to train Public Prosecutors.

He said that department is trying to provide prosecutors with modern training for dispensation of timely and effective justice.

He instructed the prosecutors to work with devotion to serve the oppressed. He said that lack of resources should not impede their responsibilities.

He thanked GIZ for providing technical facilities and thorough support in training process.

At the end of the training course, a mock trial was held in which the young Prosecutors appear in court to present their case effectively. Former District and Sessions Judges identified the errors of prosecutors and gave suggestions for better proceedings in court. Newly trained prosecutors while expressing their feelings said that training has increased their confidence and they will be able to perform better in courts now.