Vision for Pakistan
Three Types of Courts:
The role of the Constitutional Supreme Court of Pakistan will be to:
Note: Judges of the Provincial Supreme Court will be appointed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
2. Each province will have its own Supreme Court. Hence, there will be five Supreme Courts
• Punjab Supreme Court
• Sindh Supreme Court
. • Balochistan Supreme Court
• Khyber Pakhuntka Supreme Court
• Kashmir Supreme Court
These courts will only accept appeals against the decisions of district Supreme Courts. These courts are bound to give their decisions within six months. Their decisions will be final in any criminal and civil matters. There will be no appeal to the Constitutional Supreme Court of Pakistan.
3. Each district will have one or more benches of the Supreme Court. The number of benches in a district will depend upon its population.
A population of one hundred thousand should have one bench of the Supreme Court. The district Supreme Court benches are bound to give their decisions for criminal matters within six months and for civil matters within one year. In criminal matters, the district government will be the prosecutor, bound to act within the time limit of six months.
After the above constitutional amendment, the ishtihad process will start
between the constitutional supreme court, parliament, and the media. In this way, a fatwa will come from the supreme court, not from the clergy. Presently, fatwas are coming from different sects of clergies, which are
creating differences and leading to extremism.
We need to introduce new education systems from primary to high school
level with uniform curriculum throughout the country.
We need to upgrade the standard of public school and make education free up to high school, which will eliminate the necessity of madrassas.