Min­is­ter seeks lawyers’ role in ‘cor­rup­tion-free Pak­istan’ drive

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - STAFF REPORTER

PESHAWAR—KP Fi­nance Min­is­ter Muzaffar Said Ad­vo­cate has said that a com­pre­hen­sive pro­gram of the con­struc­tion of bar rooms through­out the coun­try was be­ing in­cluded in the new ADP that he said was a ba­sic is­sue of lawyer com­mu­nity while we are duty bound to solve their prob­lems for good be­ing linked with sa­cred pro­fes­sion of law/jus­tice.

He how­ever called upon them to strengthen hands of present KP govt in elim­i­nat­ing the scourge of cor­rup­tion from the so­ci­ety so that the drive of Cor­rup­tion Free Pak­istan could be made a real suc­cess story.

He was talk­ing to del­e­ga­tion of cab­i­net-elect of Timer­gara Bar As­so­ci­a­tion that called on him at of­fice Civil Sec­re­tariat Peshawar with MPA and Ja­maat-e-Is­lami Distt Amir Iza­zul Mulk Ifkari at the head and ap­prised him cer­tain prob­lems and de­mands of the Bar. He said that his govt wanted supremacy of law, merit and jus­tice in the prov­ince at all cost.

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