CJ-PHC inaugurates Judicial Complex in Havelian Tehsil


Chief Justice Peshawar High Court Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan has said that the establishment of Judicial Complex in Havelian Tehsil would significantly reduce the residence problems of lawyers and judges of the Tehsil.
He expressed these views while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Judicial Complex at Havelian Tehsil, an Rs 149.935 million scheme of the provincial government.
Justice Qaiser Rashid on this occasion said that forests of the Hazara division have increased the beauty of the region, adding that forests play an important role in the development of a country.
“But unfortunately deforestation is increasing in Hazara division day by day and it is putting adverse effect on environment,” he added.
He directed the provincial forest department to take pragmatic steps for controlling the process of deforestation in the division.
All mining department leases have been cancelled, adding that Kunhar River was the country’s historical heritage but it was also damaged by unplanned urbanization and unsustainable use of natural resources.
He directed to allocate Rs500 million for restoration of beauty of Kunhar river.
“We have to think of our future generations. We have the best planning for the coming generations,” he added.
District and session judge Abbotabad Ikhtiar Khan, High Court Bar Association president advocate Mehdi Zaman and president of Tehsil Bar Association advocate Havelian Nasir Saleem also spoke on the occasion.