KASUR-Not the courts alone, all main pillars of the state including administration, parliament and media are equally responsible to ensure justice dispensation to the oppressed segments of society.

Speakers stated at a seminar held at DPS School auditorium in connection with sesquicentennial celebrations of Lahore High Court here the other day.

They said that justice dispensation belongs to every member of the society so it is obligation of every individual to spare no effort to play his role in this regard.

They said that celebrating 150th anniversary of the LHC aims at strengthening the glorious tradition of providing speedy justice to the common man while remaining adhere to the judicial norms and practices. They stressed these judicial norms are key to upholding the supremacy of law to establish a peaceful and developed society. “We have laws in our country but there is a dire need for implementation,” they said, adding the sense of deprivation and socio-cultural deviation breed in those societies which do not adhere to the supremacy of law and constitution.

“The LHC sesquicentennial celebrations would be helpful in raising public awareness about the 150-year-long shining services of the institution,” they expressed their optimism, adding all these services are obliged to the LHC judges who did their best to make the court proceedings happen in a better way. They also showered LHC chief justice Mansoor Ali Shah with praise over his decision to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the court in a befitting manner.

LHC judge Athar Mehmood, former Supreme Court judge Hussain Nukhari, District and Sessions judge Muzaffar Ali Shah, Sheikhupura range RPO Shehzad Sultan, Kasur DCO Ammara khan, senior journalist Hassan Nisar and Kasur Bar president Ch Munir Ahmed attended the seminar..