ISLAMABAD - The Senate committee comprising whole of the upper house yesterday finalised the draft recommendations for provision of speedy and inexpensive justice in the country.

Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani commended the members of the upper house for accomplishing a remarkable job in a short span of time which will be laid before the house in coming days for final approval and then the same will be sent to the National Assembly for consideration. The committee comprising whole Senate deliberated upon all the points and suggestions coming from members and experts thoroughly and then finally drafted a set of recommendations which will pave the way for provision of speedy and inexpensive justice to the people.

Chairman Senate said that recommendations and proposals which are not made part of the draft recommendations would also be included in the final document as annexure so that people should know the work and efforts put in by each and every member of the Senate.

The aim of the committee was to get approval of the recommendations given by the members of the Senate and law experts so that draft report on speedy and inexpensive justice in the country could be presented to the National Assembly for further procedure.

It was further decided that the bills which are made part of these recommendations would be tabled before the upper house by the parliamentary parties’ heads in the house as private members bills in the upcoming session of the Senate. It is for the first time in the country's history that law experts, members of the Senate as well as Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court has presented their point of view regarding the matter.

Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani, speaking on the occasion, congratulated all the members for finalisation of recommendations on speedy and inexpensive justice in the country.

He said the credit went to all the Senate members for getting success in this regard.

He appreciated the Senate members, law experts and others for suggestions made on the speedy and inexpensive justice in the country. The draft report of the committee on recommendations for speedy and inexpensive justice after its formal approval from the Senate will be sent to the National Assembly for further action.