Nervousness between Judiciary and prosecution ended after
CHITRAL: The tension prevailing between the district
judiciary and the prosecution ended as the paper of compromise was
inked by the parties in a function held in the offices of district
and sessions judge here the other day.
The stress was the result of scuffle between the assistant
prosecutor Muhammad Afzal and the low official of judiciary three
months ago when some dispute over use of pathway arose between the
prosecutor and the senior civil judge.
On the direction of Peshawar High Court, the two parties reached at
compromise in which district nazim Maghfirat Shah and president of
District Bar Association Ghulam Hazrat Inqilabi acted as mediators.
On this occasion, it was told that as per compromise deed, the
assistant prosecutor will tender unconditional apology to the
district judiciary and will vacate the bungalow to the judiciary
occupied by him and the withdrawal of cases pending in different
Addressing on this occasion, the district and sessions judge, Aftab
Afridi said that prosecution was an important component of the
judiciary and the rift between them was posed to be detrimental in
disposition of quick justice to the people.
He said that it was a great deed on the part of a man to forget
about the excess perpetrated by others while it was equally a
higher deed to admit one’s fault.
He said that the people of Chitral were highly peaceful and they
evaded commotion and disputes which was the basic reason of
tranquility and peace in Chitral.
The district nazim Maghfirat Shah also praised the two pillars of
judiciary, the bench and the prosecution for ending their
differences and said that developing differences was the instinct
of human being and those people are valuable and exalted who pardon
He assured the judiciary of all out support the judiciary on the
part of district government in providing facilities to it.
The president of district bar association, Ghulam Hazrat Inqilabi
and the district public prosecutor Taj Noor Khan, and Maulana
Israrud Din Al-hilal also spoke on the occasion and expressed their
pleasure over the ending of the dispute.
The senior Civil judge Syed Fazle Wadood Jan, civil judge Chitral
Shah Sultan Durrani, civil judge Booni Shaukat Ali and civil judge
Drosh Muhammad Ismail present on the occasion.
The parties formally signed their signatures on the compromise deed
on this occasion.