Islamabad: According to news reports, in September, city officials plan to begin work on the capital’s first-ever judicial complex for district courts, which will house over 90 courts.
District courts are currently housed in modest rented premises in F-8, where litigants, lawyers, and judicial employees frequently encounter difficulties.
In G-11, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is currently constructing new proper courts.
When queried about an earlier proposal to set up temporary prefabricated facilities for the courts, the CDA chief stated that the plan had been revised due to security concerns, and that it had now been decided to construct proper court buildings.
According to sources, CDA has completed the PC-I, which cost Rs1,382 million. According to the PC-I, the project will take one year to complete. The design for the judicial complex, which will consist of three buildings, has already been finished.
Meanwhile, an important meeting was conducted at CDA Headquarters, headed by the CDA chairman, with sessions judge (East Islamabad), sessions judge (West Islamabad), member engineering CDA, deputy commissioner Islamabad, and other top officials in attendance, according to a press release.