Supreme Court orders to install CCTV camera’s in courts

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme court ordered the Chief Secretaries for the installation of high resolution CCTV cameras within the country courts due to the security reasons within 48-hours and also ordered to pay compensation to the martyred family till this evening, Aaj News reported.

A suo-moto notice has been taken regarding Islamabad District Court incident by three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani, whereas Interior Secretary submitted the report of Islamabad blast.

Chief Justice Jilani had also directed IGP to “submit a list of police officials posted at the district courts/kutchery, Islamabad, for security duties.”

Interior Secretary Dr. Shahid said that forty seven policemen were deployed on duty in court but only two officers used their arms.

Chief justice remarked that not even one terrorist was reported injured an neither was arrested, so how can the officials claim that they have used the arms, whereas the CCTV cameras were also not in working condition when the incident took place.

President of District Bar said that police arrived after 45 minutes, whereas the terrorist threw hand grenade to all chambers of judges.

Justice Saeed, while giving his remarks said that the officials have to take immediate action and implementation on court orders, if this doesn’t happens then the responsible persons will go to the Adiala Jail whereas court trial was adjourned until March 10th.