e-Justice programme launched in Islamabad
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e-Justice programme launched in Islamabad

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The e-Justice programme launched in Islamabad on 8 December. 

The Federal Minister for Information technology, Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari has inaugurated a massive e-Justice programme to enable the country's bar association to have an easy access statutes and case laws. The first phase of the [project is to inaugurate the automation of Multan District Bar Association, which will allow other 30 bar associations of Punjab province for online access of legal information. Among the beneficiaries of the previous programme were 31 bar associations of Punjab, 16 from Sindh, 21 from NWFP, three from Balochistan besides nine tax bar associations and three registry offices of the Lahore High Court. The e-Justice programme is part of the massive e-Government Programme launched by the federal government to increase efficiency and effectiveness of the government. , increase transparency and accountability and accountability in decision making and enhance. The ministry of information technology has launched the project at a cost of INR 40 million to automate all bar associations, including offices of the higher judiciary, of the country.

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