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Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts

Annual Report 2014

National Judicial (Policy Making) Committee

Published by:
The Secretariat of Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan
Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts
Annual Report 2014

National Judicial (Policy Making) Committee

Published by:
The Secretariat of Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan
Supreme Court Building, Islamabad
www.ljcp.gov.pk
Contents at a Glance
1 Accountability Courts 7

2 Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal 35

3 Appellate Tribunals Inland Revenue 43

4 Customs Appellate Tribunals 55

5 Drug Courts 69

6 Environmental Protection Tribunals 83

7 Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards 93

8 Special Courts (Central) 99

9 Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) 111

10 Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti-Smuggling) 121

11 Special Courts (Offences in Banks) 129

12 Insurance Appellate Tribunal 137

13 Banking Courts 143

14 Commercial Courts 177

15 Federal Service Tribunal 183

16 Competition Appellate Tribunal 191

17 Provincial Service Tribunals 199

18 Anti-Corruption Courts (Provincial) 209

19 Anti Terrorism Courts 231

20 Consumer Courts 291

21 Labour Courts 309

22 Labour Appellate Tribunals 343

23 Child Protection Court 353

24 Lahore Development Authority Tribunal 359

25 Special Courts of Public Property (Removal of Encroachment) 365


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Summary of the Performance ....................................................................................................................................... 3

1. Accountability Courts ....................................................................................................................................... 7

1.1 Establishment of Accountability Courts ............................................................................................................ 7

1.2 Procedure of the Courts ................................................................................................................................... 7

1.3 Consolidated Statement of Accountability Courts ............................................................................................ 8

1.4 Accountability Court – I, Islamabad .................................................................................................................. 9

1.5 Accountability Court – II, Islamabad ............................................................................................................... 10

1.6 Accountability Court – I, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................... 11

1.7 Accountability Court – II, Rawalpindi .............................................................................................................. 12

1.8 Accountability Court – III, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................. 13

1.9 Accountability Court – IV, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................ 14


1.10 Accountability Court – I, Lahore ..................................................................................................................... 15

1.11 Accountability Court – II, Lahore .................................................................................................................... 16

1.12 Accountability Court – III, Lahore ................................................................................................................... 17

1.13 Accountability Court – IV, Lahore ................................................................................................................... 18

1.14 Accountability Court – V, Lahore .................................................................................................................... 19

1.15 Accountability Court – I, Karachi..................................................................................................................... 20

1.16 Accountability Court – II, Karachi.................................................................................................................... 21

1.17 Accountability Court – III, Karachi................................................................................................................... 22

1.18 Accountability Court – IV, Karachi .................................................................................................................. 23

1.19 Accountability Court – V, Karachi ................................................................................................................... 24

1.20 Accountability Court, Hyderabad .................................................................................................................... 25

1.21 Accountability Court – I, Peshawar ................................................................................................................. 26

1.22 Accountability Court – II, Peshawar ................................................................................................................ 27

1.23 Accountability Court – III, Peshawar ............................................................................................................... 28

1.24 Accountability Court – IV, Peshawar............................................................................................................... 29

1.25 Accountability Court – I, Quetta ..................................................................................................................... 30

1.26 Accountability Court – II, Quetta .................................................................................................................... 31

2. Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal .................................................................................................................. 35

2.1 Establishment of the Tribunal ......................................................................................................................... 35

2.2 Procedure of the Tribunal ............................................................................................................................... 35

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2.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal ....................................................................... 37

2.4 Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal, Islamabad ................................................................................................ 38

3. Appellate Tribunals Inland Revenue ............................................................................................................. 43

3.1 Establishment of the Appellate Tribunals ...................................................................................................... 43

3.2 Procedure of the Tribunals ............................................................................................................................. 43

3.3 Consolidated Statement of Appellate Tribunals Inland Revenue ................................................................... 45

3.4 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Islamabad .............................................................................................. 46

3.5 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Lahore ................................................................................................... 47

3.6 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Karachi .................................................................................................. 49

3.7 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Peshawar ............................................................................................... 50

4. Customs Appellate Tribunals ......................................................................................................................... 55

4.1 Establishment of the Customs Appellate Tribunal ......................................................................................... 55

4.2 Appeal to the Tribunals .................................................................................................................................. 55

4.3 Procedure of the Appellate Tribunals ............................................................................................................ 56

4.4 Consolidated Statement of Customs Appellate Tribunals .............................................................................. 58

4.5 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Lahore ............................................................................................... 59

4.6 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Lahore .............................................................................................. 60

4.7 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Islamabad .......................................................................................... 61

4.8 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Islamabad ......................................................................................... 62

4.9 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Karachi............................................................................................... 63

4.10 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Karachi.............................................................................................. 64

4.11 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - III, Karachi............................................................................................. 65

4.12 Customs Appellate Tribunal, Peshawar .......................................................................................................... 66

5. Drug Courts .................................................................................................................................................... 69

5.1 Establishment of Drug Courts ......................................................................................................................... 69

5.2 Procedure of Drug Courts ............................................................................................................................... 69

5.3 Consolidated Statement of Drug Courts ........................................................................................................ 70

5.4 Drug Court, Rawalpindi/Islamabad ................................................................................................................ 71

5.5 Drug Court, Lahore ......................................................................................................................................... 72

5.6 Drug Court, Sargodha and Faisalabad Division, Faisalabad ............................................................................ 73

5.7 Drug Court, Gujranwala .................................................................................................................................. 74

5.8 Drug Court, Bahawalpur ................................................................................................................................. 75

5.9 Drug Court, Multan ........................................................................................................................................ 76

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5.10 Drug Court, Karachi ......................................................................................................................................... 77

5.11 Drug Court, Peshawar ..................................................................................................................................... 78

5.12 Drug Court, Quetta ......................................................................................................................................... 79

6. Environmental Protection Tribunals.............................................................................................................. 83

6.1 Establishment of the Tribunals ....................................................................................................................... 84

6.2 Right of Appeal ............................................................................................................................................... 84

6.3 Consolidated Statement of Environmental Protection Tribunals ................................................................... 85

6.4 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Islamabad .............................................................................................. 86

6.5 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Karachi ................................................................................................... 87

6.6 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Peshawar ............................................................................................... 89

6.7 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Quetta ................................................................................................... 90

7. Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards............................................................................................ 93

7.1 Constitution of Appellate Board ..................................................................................................................... 93

7.2 Procedure of the Board .................................................................................................................................. 93

7.3 Consolidated Statement of Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards ................................................. 94

7.4 Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board, Lahore .................................................................................. 95

7.5 Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board, Karachi ................................................................................. 96

8. Special Courts (Central) .................................................................................................................................. 99

8.1 Establishment of the Special Courts (Central) ................................................................................................ 99

8.2 Procedure of the Court ................................................................................................................................... 99

8.3 Consolidated Statement of the Special Courts (Central) .............................................................................. 100

8.4 Special Court (Central), Faisalabad ............................................................................................................... 101

8.5 Special Court (Central), Multan .................................................................................................................... 102

8.6 Special Court (Central), Rawalpindi/Islamabad ............................................................................................ 103

8.7 Special Court (Central), Lahore ..................................................................................................................... 104

8.8 Special Court (Central) - I, Karachi ................................................................................................................ 105

8.9 Special Court (Central) - II, Karachi ............................................................................................................... 106

8.10 Special Court (Central), Hyderabad .............................................................................................................. 107

8.11 Special Court (Central), Peshawar ................................................................................................................ 108

9. Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) ......................................................................................... 111

9.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 111

9.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 111

9.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) .............................................. 112

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9.4 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Lahore ............................................................................... 113

9.5 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Rawalpindi ........................................................................ 114

9.6 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Karachi – I ......................................................................... 115

9.7 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Karachi – II ........................................................................ 116

9.8 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Peshawar .......................................................................... 117

9.9 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Quetta .............................................................................. 118

10. Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti-Smuggling) ............................................................................... 121

10.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 121

10.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 121

10.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti-Smuggling) ..................................... 122

10.4 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Rawalpindi ............................................................... 123

10.5 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Lahore ...................................................................... 124

10.6 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Karachi ..................................................................... 125

10.7 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Peshawar ................................................................. 126

11. Special Courts (Offences in Banks) .............................................................................................................. 129

11.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 129

11.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 129

11.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Offences in Banks) ................................................................... 130

11.4 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Lahore .................................................................................................... 131

11.5 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Karachi ................................................................................................... 132

11.6 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Peshawar ............................................................................................... 133

12. Insurance Appellate Tribunal ...................................................................................................................... 137

12.1 Establishment of the Tribunal ...................................................................................................................... 137

12.2 Procedure of the Tribunal ............................................................................................................................ 137

12.3 Appeal .......................................................................................................................................................... 138

12.4 Consolidated Statement of Insurance Appellate Tribunal ........................................................................... 139

12.5 Insurance Appellate Tribunal, Karachi .......................................................................................................... 140

13. Banking Courts ............................................................................................................................................. 143

13.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 143

13.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 143

13.3 Consolidated Statement of Banking Courts ................................................................................................. 144

13.4 Banking Court - I, Gujranwala ....................................................................................................................... 145

13.5 Banking Court - II, Gujranwala ...................................................................................................................... 146

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13.6 Banking Court - I, Faisalabad......................................................................................................................... 147

13.7 Banking Court - II, Faisalabad........................................................................................................................ 148

13.8 Banking Court - I, Lahore .............................................................................................................................. 149

13.9 Banking Court - II, Lahore ............................................................................................................................. 150

13.10 Banking Court - III, Lahore ............................................................................................................................ 151

13.11 Banking Court - IV, Lahore ............................................................................................................................ 152

13.12 Banking Court, Bahawalpur .......................................................................................................................... 153

13.13 Banking Court, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................................ 154

13.14 Banking Court, Sargodha .............................................................................................................................. 155

13.15 Banking Court - I, Multan .............................................................................................................................. 156

13.16 Banking Court - II, Multan ............................................................................................................................. 157

13.17 Banking Court - III, Multan ............................................................................................................................ 158

13.18 Banking Court – I, Karachi ............................................................................................................................. 159

13.19 Banking Court – II, Karachi ............................................................................................................................ 160

13.20 Banking Court – III, Karachi ........................................................................................................................... 161

13.21 Banking Court – IV, Karachi........................................................................................................................... 162

13.22 Banking Court – V, Karachi............................................................................................................................ 163

13.23 Banking Court – I, Hyderabad ....................................................................................................................... 164

13.24 Banking Court – II, Hyderabad ...................................................................................................................... 165

13.25 Banking Court – I, Sukkur .............................................................................................................................. 166

13.26 Banking Court – II, Sukkur ............................................................................................................................. 167

13.27 Banking Court – I, Larkana ............................................................................................................................ 168

13.28 Banking Court – II, Larkana ........................................................................................................................... 169

13.29 Banking Court, Abbotabad ............................................................................................................................ 170

13.30 Banking Court - I, Peshawar .......................................................................................................................... 171

13.31 Banking Court - II, Peshawar ......................................................................................................................... 172

13.32 Banking Court, Quetta .................................................................................................................................. 173

14. Commercial Courts ....................................................................................................................................... 177

14.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 177

14.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 177

14.3 Consolidated Statement of Commercial Courts ........................................................................................... 178

14.4 Commercial Court for Punjab & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Lahore ................................................................ 179

14.5 Commercial Court, Karachi ........................................................................................................................... 180

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15. Federal Service Tribunal .............................................................................................................................. 183

15.1 Branch Registries of the Tribunal ................................................................................................................. 183

15.2 Procedure to file Appeal before the Tribunal............................................................................................... 183

15.3 Appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan .................................................................................................... 183

15.4 Consolidated Statement of Federal Service Tribunal ................................................................................... 184

15.5 Federal Service Tribunal, Islamabad (Principal Seat) ................................................................................... 185

15.6 Federal Service Tribunal, Lahore Bench ....................................................................................................... 187

15.7 Federal Service Tribunal, Karachi Bench ...................................................................................................... 187

16. Competition Appellate Tribunal .................................................................................................................. 191

16.1 Establishment of the Competition Commission of Pakistan ........................................................................ 191

16.2 Procedure of the Commission ...................................................................................................................... 191

16.3 Competition Appellate Tribunal ................................................................................................................... 191

16.4 Consolidated Statement of Competition Appellate Tribunal ....................................................................... 193

16.5 Competition Appellate Tribunal, Islamabad ................................................................................................. 194

17. Provincial Service Tribunals ......................................................................................................................... 199

17.1 Establishment of Provincial Service Tribunals .............................................................................................. 199

17.2 Procedure to File Appeal before the Tribunal .............................................................................................. 199

17.3 Appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan .................................................................................................... 199

17.4 Consolidated Statement of Provincial Service Tribunals .............................................................................. 200

17.5 Punjab Service Tribunal, Lahore ................................................................................................................... 201

17.6 Sindh Service Tribunal, Karachi .................................................................................................................... 203

17.7 Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Service Tribunal, Peshawar ..................................................................................... 205

17.8 Balochistan Service Tribunal, Quetta ........................................................................................................... 206

18. Anti- Corruption Courts (Provincial) ............................................................................................................ 209

18.1 Establishment of the Courts ......................................................................................................................... 209

18.2 Procedure of the Courts ............................................................................................................................... 209

18.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Corruption Courts (Provincial) .................................................................. 210

18.4 Anti-Corruption Court-I, Lahore ................................................................................................................... 211

18.5 Anti-Corruption Court-II, Lahore .................................................................................................................. 212

18.6 Anti-Corruption Court, Bahawalpur ............................................................................................................. 213

18.7 Anti-Corruption Court, Faisalabad................................................................................................................ 214

18.8 Anti-Corruption Court, Multan ..................................................................................................................... 215

18.9 Anti-Corruption Court, Dera Ghazi Khan ...................................................................................................... 216

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18.10 Anti-Corruption Court, Gujranwala .............................................................................................................. 217

18.11 Anti-Corruption Court, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................... 218

18.12 Anti-Corruption Court, Sargodha .................................................................................................................. 219

18.13 Anti-Corruption Court, Sahiwal..................................................................................................................... 220

18.14 Anti-Corruption Court, Hyderabad ............................................................................................................... 221

18.15 Anti-Corruption Court, Sukkur ...................................................................................................................... 222

18.16 Anti-Corruption Court, Karachi ..................................................................................................................... 223

18.17 Anti-Corruption Court, Larkana .................................................................................................................... 224

18.18 Anti-Corruption Court, Peshawar ................................................................................................................. 225

18.19 Anti-Corruption Court, Bannu (Southern District) ........................................................................................ 226

18.20 Anti-Corruption Court, Quetta ...................................................................................................................... 227

19. Anti Terrorism Courts................................................................................................................................... 231

19.1 Establishment of Anti - Terrorism Courts ..................................................................................................... 231

19.2 Procedure of the Court ................................................................................................................................. 231

19.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Terrorism Courts ....................................................................................... 232

19.4 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Lahore ................................................................................................................... 233

19.5 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Lahore .................................................................................................................. 234

19.6 Anti-Terrorism Court – III, Lahore ................................................................................................................. 235

19.7 Anti-Terrorism Court – IV, Lahore................................................................................................................. 236

19.8 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Gujranwala............................................................................................................ 237

19.9 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Gujranwala........................................................................................................... 238

19.10 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Rawalpindi ............................................................................................................ 239

19.11 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Rawalpindi ........................................................................................................... 240

19.12 Anti-Terrorism Court, Multan ....................................................................................................................... 241

19.13 Anti-Terrorism Court - II, Multan .................................................................................................................. 242

19.14 Anti-Terrorism Court, Faisalabad .................................................................................................................. 243

19.15 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sargodha.................................................................................................................... 244

19.16 Anti-Terrorism Court, Bahawalpur ............................................................................................................... 245

19.17 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Dera Ghazi Khan ................................................................................................... 246

19.18 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Karachi .................................................................................................................. 247

19.19 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Karachi ................................................................................................................. 248

19.20 Anti-Terrorism Court – III, Karachi ................................................................................................................ 249

19.21 Anti-Terrorism Court – IV, Karachi ................................................................................................................ 250

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19.22 Anti-Terrorism Court – V, Karachi ................................................................................................................ 251

19.23 Anti-Terrorism Court – VI, Karachi ............................................................................................................... 252

19.24 Anti-Terrorism Court – VII, Karachi .............................................................................................................. 253

19.25 Anti-Terrorism Court – VIII, Karachi ............................................................................................................. 254

19.26 Anti-Terrorism Court – IX, Karachi................................................................................................................ 255

19.27 Anti-Terrorism Court – X, Karachi................................................................................................................. 256

19.28 Anti-Terrorism Court, Hyderabad ................................................................................................................. 257

19.29 Anti-Terrorism Court, Naushero Feroze ....................................................................................................... 258

19.30 Anti-Terrorism Court, Mirpurkhas ................................................................................................................ 259

19.31 Anti-Terrorism Court, Kashmore @ Kandhkot ............................................................................................. 260

19.32 Anti-Terrorism Court, Shaheed Benazirabad................................................................................................ 261

19.33 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sukkur ....................................................................................................................... 262

19.34 Anti-Terrorism Court, Khairpur .................................................................................................................... 263

19.35 Anti-Terrorism Court, Larkana ...................................................................................................................... 264

19.36 Anti-Terrorism Court, Shikarpur ................................................................................................................... 265

19.37 Anti-Terrorism Court - I, Peshawar ............................................................................................................... 266

19.38 Anti-Terrorism Court - II, Peshawar .............................................................................................................. 267

19.39 Anti-Terrorism Court - III, Peshawar ............................................................................................................. 268

19.40 Anti-Terrorism Court, Kohat ......................................................................................................................... 269

19.41 Anti-Terrorism Court, Dera Ismail Khan ....................................................................................................... 270

19.42 Anti-Terrorism Court, Mardan...................................................................................................................... 271

19.43 Anti-Terrorism Court, Bannu ........................................................................................................................ 272

19.44 Anti-Terrorism Court, Abbottabad ............................................................................................................... 273

19.45 Anti-Terrorism Court - I, Swat ...................................................................................................................... 274

19.46 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Swat..................................................................................................................... 275

19.47 Anti-Terrorism Court -III, Swat at Timergara, Dir Lower .............................................................................. 276

19.48 Anti-Terrorism Court -IV, Swat at Camp Court Kabal/Kanju ........................................................................ 277

19.49 Anti-Terrorism Court - V, Matta Swat at Camp Court Batkhela ................................................................... 278

19.50 Anti-Terrorism Court - VI, Matta Swat ......................................................................................................... 279

19.51 Anti-Terrorism Court - VII, Kanju at Buner ................................................................................................... 280

19.52 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Quetta .................................................................................................................. 281

19.53 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Quetta ................................................................................................................. 282

19.54 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sibi............................................................................................................................. 283

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19.55 Anti-Terrorism Court, Khuzdar...................................................................................................................... 284

19.56 Anti-Terrorism Court, Turbat ........................................................................................................................ 285

19.57 Anti-Terrorism Court, Dera Allah Yar ............................................................................................................ 286

19.58 Anti-Terrorism Court, Loralai ........................................................................................................................ 287

20. Consumer Courts .......................................................................................................................................... 291

20.1 Establishment of the Consumer Courts ........................................................................................................ 291

20.2 Procedure of the Court ................................................................................................................................. 292

20.3 Consolidated Statement of Consumer Courts .............................................................................................. 294

20.4 Consumer Court, Lahore ............................................................................................................................... 295

20.5 Consumer Court, Sahiwal.............................................................................................................................. 296

20.6 Consumer Court, Dera Ghazi Khan ............................................................................................................... 297

20.7 Consumer Court, Multan .............................................................................................................................. 298

20.8 Consumer Court, Gujranwala ....................................................................................................................... 299

20.9 Consumer Court, Sargodha ........................................................................................................................... 300

20.10 Consumer Court, Gujrat ................................................................................................................................ 301

20.11 Consumer Court, Sialkot ............................................................................................................................... 302

20.12 Consumer Court, Bahawalpur ....................................................................................................................... 303

20.13 Consumer Court, Faisalabad ......................................................................................................................... 304

20.14 Consumer Court, Rawalpindi ........................................................................................................................ 305

20.15 Consumer Courts, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ...................................................................................................... 306

21. Labour Courts ............................................................................................................................................... 309

21.1 Establishment of Labour Courts & Appellate Tribunals ................................................................................ 309

21.2 Consolidated Statement of Labour Courts ................................................................................................... 312

21.3 Labour Court – I, Lahore ............................................................................................................................... 313

21.4 Labour Court – II, Lahore .............................................................................................................................. 314

21.5 Labour Court – III, Ferozewala at Lahore ...................................................................................................... 315

21.6 Labour Court – IV, Faisalabad ....................................................................................................................... 316

21.7 Labour Court –V, Gujranwala........................................................................................................................ 317

21.8 Labour Court – VI, Rawalpindi ...................................................................................................................... 318

21.9 Labour Court – VII, Sargodha ........................................................................................................................ 319

21.10 Labour Court – VIII, Bahawalpur ................................................................................................................... 320

21.11 Labour Court – IX, Multan............................................................................................................................. 321

21.12 Labour Court – X, Sahiwal ............................................................................................................................. 322

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21.13 Labour Court – XI, Dera Ghazi Khan ............................................................................................................. 323

21.14 Labour Court – I, Karachi .............................................................................................................................. 324

21.15 Labour Court – II, Karachi ............................................................................................................................. 325

21.16 Labour Court – III, Karachi ............................................................................................................................ 326

21.17 Labour Court – IV, Karachi ............................................................................................................................ 327

21.18 Labour Court – V, Karachi ............................................................................................................................. 328

21.19 Labour Court – VI, Hyderabad ...................................................................................................................... 329

21.20 Labour Court – VII, Sukkur ............................................................................................................................ 330

21.21 Labour Court – VIII, Larkana ......................................................................................................................... 331

21.22 Labour Court, Peshawar ............................................................................................................................... 332

21.23 Labour Court, Mardan .................................................................................................................................. 333

21.24 Labour Court, Haripur .................................................................................................................................. 334

21.25 Labour Court, Quetta ................................................................................................................................... 335

21.26 Labour Court, Sibi ......................................................................................................................................... 336

21.27 Labour Court, Hub ........................................................................................................................................ 337

21.28 Labour Court, Gawadar ................................................................................................................................ 338

21.29 Labour Court, Loralai .................................................................................................................................... 339

22. Labour Appellate Tribunals ......................................................................................................................... 343

22.1 Consolidated Statement of Labour Appellate Tribunals .............................................................................. 343

22.2 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Lahore ............................................................................................................... 344

22.3 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Multan .............................................................................................................. 345

22.4 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Karachi .............................................................................................................. 346

22.5 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Peshawar .......................................................................................................... 347

22.6 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Abbotabad Bench ............................................................................................. 347

22.7 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Bannu Bench ..................................................................................................... 348

22.8 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Dar-ul-Qaza Bench ............................................................................................ 348

22.9 Labour Appellate Tribunal, Quetta ............................................................................................................... 349

23. Child Protection Court ................................................................................................................................. 353

23.1 Establishment of Child Protection Court ...................................................................................................... 353

23.2 Procedure of the Court ................................................................................................................................. 353

23.3 Consolidated Statement of Child Protection Court ...................................................................................... 354

23.4 Child Protection Court, Punjab, Lahore ........................................................................................................ 355

24. Lahore Development Authority Tribunal, Lahore ....................................................................................... 359

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24.1 Establishment of Lahore Development Authority Tribunal .......................................................................... 359

24.2 Procedure of the Tribunal ............................................................................................................................. 359

24.3 Consolidated Statement of Lahore Development Authority Tribunal .......................................................... 361

25.4 Lahore Development Authority Tribunal, Lahore ......................................................................................... 362

25. Special Courts of Public Property (Removal of Encroachment) .................................................................. 365

25.1 Establishment of the Special Court Public Property ..................................................................................... 365

25.2 Establishment and Procedure of the Tribunal .............................................................................................. 365

25.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Court of Public Property (Removal of Encroachment) ........................ 366

25.4 Special Court of Public Property (Removal of Encroachment), Karachi ........................................................ 367

25.5 Special Court of Public Property (Removal of Encroachment), Hyderabad .................................................. 368

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Foreword

The Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan’s annual report on the Administrative Tribunals
and Special Courts for the year 2014 provides performance statistics for the administrative
tribunals and special courts established by the Federal and provincial governments under
different statutes. Beside statistical data on cases, the report also provides detailed information
about the sanctioned / working strength and vacant posts of judicial officers as well as
administrative staff and annual budgetary allocations for the courts.

We hope this report will enable the stakeholders to evaluate the performance of the courts and
formulate strategies for improving the quality of justice service delivery.

As part of our continuing effort to improve our services and transparency, and pursuant to the
Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan’s 39th Meeting held on 17 August 2015, the Secretariat
has initiated the process to strengthen information and datasets to enable more informed
analysis of the quality and reach of the administration of justice in country. To this end, as well
as gathering supply-side information, efforts are also being made to capture more demand-side
data as a baseline for justice needs and evaluating performance. By strengthening the LJCP’s
analytic capacities, it is hoped that data in future will be more accessible and informative for a
wider range of stakeholders, and more amenable to translating it into policy prescriptions.

This report is also placed on our website to enable greater access to information.

We would also welcome any suggestions to improve the quality of statistics and information
provided.

Secretary
Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan

Annual Report on Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts, 2014


Performance of Special Courts and Administrative Tribunals |3

Summary of the Performance


This report contains detailed information about the institution and disposal of cases by the
administrative tribunals and special courts under the administrative control of Federal and
provincial governments. Table below shows an overview of the performance of such courts
during the year 2014.
Transferred/
Number Pendency Institution Disposal Balance
Title of Tribunals/ Special Abated
Sr. # of on during the Total during on
Courts during
Courts 1-1-2014 year the year 31-12-2014
the year
1 Accountability Courts 22 403 307 -83 627 118 510
Anti Dumping Appellate
2 1 46 0 0 46 32 14
Tribunal
Appellate Tribunal Inland
3 4 13954 14111 272 28337 10373 17964
Revenue
4 Customs Appellate Tribunals 8 4379 6138 -1115 9402 6056 3346

5 Drug Courts 9 2577 3127 1 5705 3445 2260


Environmental Protection
6 4 212 35 -3 244 45 199
Tribunals
Foreign Exchange Regulation
7 2 320 15 1 336 311 25
Appellate Boards
8 Special Courts (Central) 8 6740 5506 -2154 10092 5526 4564

9 Special Courts (CNS) 6 1563 2004 -61 3506 888 2618


Special Courts (Customs,
10 4 806 386 -14 1178 465 713
Taxation & Anti Smuggling)
Special Courts (Offences in
11 3 1271 367 0 1638 456 1182
Banks)
12 Insurance Appellate Tribunal 1 70 11 0 81 4 77

13 Banking Courts 29 41550 22474 0 64024 26772 37198

14 Commercial Courts 2 22 7 0 29 4 25

15 Federal Service Tribunals 3 5380 1516 24 6920 514 6406


Competition Appellate
16 1 49 0 0 49 0 49
Tribunal
17 Provincial Service Tribunals 4 7925 8033 1949 17907 5243 12664
Anti Corruption Courts
18 17 6158 3454 4 9616 3596 6020
(Provincial)
19 Anti Terrorism Courts 55 2521 5055 -642 6934 3113 3821

20 Consumer Courts 12 3197 2973 439 6609 3426 3183

21 Labour Courts 27 11802 14896 101 26799 13367 13432

22 Labour Appellate Tribunals 8 7275 2851 1357 11483 3127 8356

23 Child Protection Court 1 318 468 0 786 436 350


Lahore Development
24 1 88 25 0 113 1 112
Authority Tribunal
Special Court Public Property
25 2 48 16 1 65 23 42
(Removal of Encroachment)

Grand Total 234 118674 93775 77 212526 87341 125130

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1. Accountability Courts
1.1 Establishment of Accountability Courts
Accountability Courts are established after promulgation of the National Accountability
Ordinance, 1999. The purpose of establishment of the Accountability Courts is to
eradicate corruption, corrupt practices, misuse or abuse of power or authority,
misappropriation of property, taking of kickbacks, commissions and hold accountable all
those persons accused of such charges. The Accountability Courts have exclusive
jurisdiction to try all the offences mentioned in the Schedule to the said Ordinance.
Accountability Court shall consist of a Judge who shall be appointed by the President of
Pakistan, in consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court of the Province
concerned. A serving District and Sessions Judge qualified to be appointed as Judge of
the High Court or retired District and Sessions Judge, can be appointed as Judge of
Accountability Court.

1.2 Procedure of the Courts


Under section 16 of the National Accountability Ordinance, 1999 the Accountability
Court shall hear the cases on day to day basis and dispose it of within 30 days. The
Chairman NAB may in respect of any case relating to any offence tri-able under the said
Ordinance file a reference before Accountability Court and such Court shall have the
jurisdiction to try the same. Any person convicted or the Prosecutor General
Accountability, if so directed by the Chairman NAB, aggrieved by the final judgment and
order of the Court under this Ordinance may, within ten days of the final judgment and
order of the Accountability Court prefer an appeal to the High Court of the Province
where the Court is situated. All appeals against the final judgment filed before the High
Court will be heard by a Bench of not less than two judges constituted by the Chief
Justice of the High Court and shall be finally disposed off within thirty days of the filing
of the appeal. An appeal shall lie only against the final judgment of the Court.

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1.3 Consolidated Statement of Accountability Courts


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
22 403 307 -83 118 510

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 403

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 510

0 100 200 300 400 500 600


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

350

300

250

200

150 307

100

118
50

0
Institution during 2014 Disposal during 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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1.4 Accountability Court – I, Islamabad

Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Bashir


Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the year Abated during the 31-12-2014
year
29 23 -11 41 19 22
Month-wise Breakup
January 29 0 0 29 1 28
February 28 2 0 30 1 29
March 29 2 0 31 0 31
April 31 0 0 31 1 30
May 30 3 0 33 2 31
June 31 2 0 33 2 31
July 31 1 0 32 1 31
August 31 1 0 32 1 31
September 31 6 0 37 2 35
October 35 1 0 36 2 34
November 34 2 -9 27 2 25
December 25 3 -2 26 4 22

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1.5 Accountability Court – II, Islamabad

Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Nisar Baig


Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the year Abated during the 31-12-2014
year
0 0 13 13 0 13
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 0 11 11 0 11
December 11 0 2 13 0 13

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1.6 Accountability Court – I, Rawalpindi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Raja Akhlaq Hussain
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 0 1
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the year Abated the year 31-12-2014
0 4 7 11 1 10
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 1 0 1 0 1
April 1 0 0 1 0 1
May 1 0 0 1 0 1
June 1 1 0 2 0 2
July 2 0 7 9 0 9
August 9 0 0 9 0 9
September 9 1 0 10 0 10
October 10 1 0 11 0 11
November 11 0 0 11 1 10
December 10 0 0 10 0 10

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1.7 Accountability Court – II, Rawalpindi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
on during the year Abated the year 31-12-2014
1-1-2014
7 0 -7 0 0 0
Month-wise Breakup
January 7 0 0 7 0 7
February 7 0 0 7 0 7
March 7 0 0 7 0 7
April 7 0 0 7 0 7
May 7 0 0 7 0 7
June 7 0 0 7 0 7
July 7 0 -7 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 0 0 0 0 0
December 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1.8 Accountability Court – III, Rawalpindi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Sohail Nasir
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 2 0 2 0 2
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 2 0 2 0 2
November 2 0 0 2 0 2
December 2 0 0 2 0 2

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1.9 Accountability Court – IV, Rawalpindi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 0 0 0 0
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 0 0 0 0 0
December 0 0 0 0 0 0
All cases were disposed off in the Month of December, 2013 and no case instituted in 2014

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1.10 Accountability Court – I, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Rehan Bashir
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,575,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
20 25 19 26 3 23
Month-wise Breakup
January 20 0 0 20 1 19
February 19 0 0 19 1 18
March 18 1 0 19 0 19
April 19 0 0 19 0 19
May 19 0 -19 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 14 0 14 0 14
September 14 1 0 15 0 15
October 15 0 0 15 0 15
November 15 3 0 18 0 18
December 18 6 0 24 1 23

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1.11 Accountability Court – II, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Salah ud Din (Jan – Jun 2014)
Mr. Mahboob Qadir Shah (Aug – Dec 2014)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
20 38 -5 53 23 30
Month-wise Breakup
January 20 4 0 24 0 24
February 24 0 0 24 0 24
March 24 0 0 24 0 24
April 24 0 0 24 1 23
May 23 2 0 25 0 25
June 25 2 0 27 0 27
July 27 1 0 28 0 28
August 28 0 0 28 0 28
September 28 2 0 30 0 30
October 30 10 1 41 1 40
November 40 14 -6 48 15 33
December 33 3 0 36 6 30

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1.12 Accountability Court – III, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Abdul Sattar
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,613,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
17 15 -2 30 5 25
Month-wise Breakup
January 17 1 0 18 1 17
February 17 2 0 19 0 19
March 19 0 0 19 1 18
April 18 1 -1 18 0 18
May 18 6 0 24 0 24
June 24 1 0 25 1 24
July 24 0 0 24 0 24
August 24 0 0 24 0 24
September 24 3 0 27 0 27
October 27 1 0 28 1 27
November 27 0 -1 26 0 26
December 26 0 0 26 1 25

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1.13 Accountability Court – IV, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Malik Azhar ul Haq
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
21 87 -52 56 30 26
Month-wise Breakup
January 21 9 -8 22 3 19
February 19 7 -4 22 2 20
March 20 9 -4 25 3 22
April 22 6 -1 27 3 24
May 24 11 -3 32 4 28
June 28 8 -2 34 5 29
July 29 2 0 31 2 29
August 29 18 -14 33 1 32
September 32 10 -6 36 2 34
October 34 5 -11 28 5 23
November 23 0 0 23 0 23
December 23 2 1 26 0 26

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1.14 Accountability Court – V, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Zafarullah Tarar
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials

Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant


Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 9 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 0 1
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Grade 1 to 3 - 4 4 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
15 19 -1 33 3 30
Month-wise Breakup
January 15 2 0 17 1 16
February 16 2 0 18 0 18
March 18 3 0 21 1 20
April 20 1 0 21 0 21
May 21 5 0 26 0 26
June 26 6 0 32 0 32
July 32 0 0 32 0 32
August 32 0 0 32 0 32
September 32 0 0 32 0 32
October 32 0 -1 31 0 31
November 31 0 0 31 0 31
December 31 0 0 31 1 30

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1.15 Accountability Court – I, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Abdul Latif Golo
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 9 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Grade 1 to 3 - 4 4 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
44 3 8 54 5 49
Month-wise Breakup
January 44 0 0 44 0 44
February 44 0 0 44 0 44
March 44 0 0 44 1 43
April 43 0 0 43 1 42
May 42 1 0 43 1 42
June 42 1 0 43 0 43
July 43 0 2 45 0 45
August 45 0 2 47 1 46
September 46 0 0 46 1 45
October 45 1 0 46 0 46
November 46 0 2 48 0 48
December 48 0 1 49 0 49

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1.16 Accountability Court – II, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 0 1
7 LDC 7 1 0 1
8 Driver 4 1 0 1
9 Qasid 3 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 2 1 3 1 2
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 1 1 0 1
March 1 0 0 1 0 1
April 1 0 0 1 0 1
May 1 0 0 1 0 1
June 1 0 0 1 0 1
July 1 0 0 1 0 1
August 1 0 0 1 0 1
September 1 0 0 1 0 1
October 1 1 0 2 0 2
November 2 0 0 2 1 1
December 1 1 0 2 0 2

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1.17 Accountability Court – III, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Ms. Munawar Sultana
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
60 5 2 67 1 66
Month-wise Breakup
January 60 0 1 61 0 61
February 61 0 0 61 0 61
March 61 0 0 61 0 61
April 61 1 0 62 0 62
May 62 0 0 62 0 62
June 62 0 1 63 0 63
July 63 0 0 63 0 63
August 63 0 0 63 0 63
September 63 1 0 64 0 64
October 64 2 0 66 0 66
November 66 0 0 66 0 66
December 66 1 0 67 1 66

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1.18 Accountability Court – IV, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Saad Qureshi
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
43 22 -15 50 4 46
Month-wise Breakup
January 43 1 -1 43 1 42
February 42 0 0 42 0 42
March 42 0 0 42 0 42
April 42 1 -1 42 0 42
May 42 4 -1 45 0 45
June 45 2 -2 45 1 44
July 44 3 -2 45 0 45
August 45 0 -2 43 1 42
September 42 2 -1 43 0 43
October 43 3 -2 44 1 43
November 43 2 -2 43 0 43
December 43 4 -1 46 0 46

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1.19 Accountability Court – V, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 9 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Grade 1 to 3 - 4 4 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 1 0 1 0 1
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 1 0 1 0 1
September 1 0 0 1 0 1
October 1 0 0 1 0 1
November 1 0 0 1 0 1
December 1 0 0 1 0 1

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1.20 Accountability Court, Hyderabad


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Lal Muhammad Khero
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 4 4 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
25 1 0 26 2 24
Month-wise Breakup
January 25 1 0 26 0 26
February 26 0 0 26 0 26
March 26 0 0 26 0 26
April 26 0 0 26 0 26
May 26 0 0 26 2 24
June 24 0 0 24 0 24
July 24 0 0 24 0 24
August 24 0 0 24 0 24
September 24 0 0 24 0 24
October 24 0 0 24 0 24
November 24 0 0 24 0 24
December 24 0 0 24 0 24

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1.21 Accountability Court – I, Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
10 11 0 21 2 20
Month-wise Breakup
January 10 2 0 12 0 12
February 12 1 0 13 0 13
March 13 1 0 14 0 14
April 14 0 0 14 0 14
May 14 1 0 15 0 15
June 15 0 0 15 0 15
July 15 1 0 16 0 16
August 16 1 0 17 0 17
September 17 0 0 17 0 17
October 17 1 0 18 0 18
November 18 1 0 19 0 19
December* *20 2 0 22 2 20
*Difference of 1 case found in the month of December due to Physical Verification

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1.22 Accountability Court – II, Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Ms. Zarqaish Sani
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
11 8 -1 18 0 18
Month-wise Breakup
January 11 1 0 12 0 12
February 12 0 0 12 0 12
March 12 2 0 14 0 14
April 14 3 0 17 0 17
May 17 0 -1 16 0 16
June 16 0 0 16 0 16
July 16 0 0 16 0 16
August 16 0 0 16 0 16
September 16 0 0 16 0 16
October 16 0 0 16 0 16
November 16 1 0 17 0 17
December 17 1 0 18 0 18

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1.23 Accountability Court – III, Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Tariq Yousafzai
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 0 1
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
14 9 0 23 4 19
Month-wise Breakup
January 14 0 0 14 1 13
February 13 0 0 13 0 13
March 13 0 0 13 0 13
April 13 0 0 13 0 13
May 13 0 0 13 0 13
June 13 1 0 14 0 14
July 14 1 0 15 0 15
August 15 1 0 16 1 15
September 15 1 0 16 0 16
October 16 1 0 17 0 17
November 17 1 0 18 2 16
December 16 3 0 19 0 19

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1.24 Accountability Court – IV, Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Shamsher Ali Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
11 9 0 20 2 18
Month-wise Breakup
January 11 1 0 12 0 12
February 12 0 0 12 1 11
March 11 2 0 13 0 13
April 13 1 0 14 1 13
May 13 0 0 13 0 13
June 13 0 0 13 0 13
July 13 1 0 14 0 14
August 14 0 0 14 0 14
September 14 2 0 16 0 16
October 16 0 0 16 0 16
November 16 2 0 18 0 18
December 18 0 0 18 0 18

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1.25 Accountability Court – I, Quetta


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Rozi Khan Bareech
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 9 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Grade 1 to 3 - 4 3 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
30 6 0 36 5 31
Month-wise Breakup
January 30 0 0 30 0 30
February 30 0 0 30 0 30
March 30 0 0 30 1 29
April 29 1 0 30 0 30
May 30 0 0 30 0 30
June 30 1 0 31 0 31
July 31 0 0 31 0 31
August 31 0 0 31 0 31
September 31 0 0 31 0 31
October 31 2 0 33 2 31
November 31 0 0 31 1 30
December 30 2 0 32 1 31

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1.26 Accountability Court – II, Quetta

Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Rozi Khan (Additional Charge)


Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 9 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Grade 1 to 3 - 4 3 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
26 17 0 43 8 35
Month-wise Breakup
January 26 0 0 26 0 26
February 26 0 0 26 0 26
March 26 0 0 26 0 26
April 26 1 0 27 0 27
May 27 0 0 27 2 25
June 25 1 0 26 0 26
July 26 0 0 26 0 26
August 26 0 0 26 0 26
September 26 4 0 30 0 30
October 30 2 0 32 0 32
November 32 3 0 35 3 32
December 32 6 0 38 3 35

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2. Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal


2.1 Establishment of the Tribunal
The Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal are established under the Anti-Dumping Duties
Ordinance, 2000 to redress the issues relating to imposition of anti-dumping duties to
offset injurious dumping in the public interest, to provide a framework for investigation
and determination of dumping and injury in respect of goods imported into Pakistan and
for matters ancillary thereto or connected therewith. The Federal Government may
establish an Appellate Tribunal consisting of three persons, one of such persons being a
retired judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, who shall also be its Chairman and two
persons of known integrity having experience and expertise in the fields of economics,
international trade related issues and matters related to customs law and practice or
designate an existing Tribunal to be the Appellate Tribunal for the purposes of this
Ordinance. Any interested party may prefer an appeal to the Appellate Tribunal against
an affirmative or a negative determination made by the National Tariff Commission
established under the National Tariff Commission Act, 1990, and any final determination
pursuant to a review.

2.2 Procedure of the Tribunal


While examining an appeal, the Appellate Tribunal may make such further inquiry as it
may consider necessary and after giving an opportunity to appellant and the
Commission being heard, pass such order as it thinks fit, confirming, altering or
annulling a determination. The appeal shall be disposed of and the decision of the
Appellate Tribunal pronounced as expeditiously as possible but not later than ninety
days from the date of receipt of the appeal except in extraordinary circumstances and
on grounds to be recorded by the Appellate Tribunal and shall hear the appeal from day
to day. The decision of the Appellate Tribunal shall be final and no further appeal shall
lie there from, provided that the Appellate Tribunal may, if it thinks fit, accept an
application from any party to an appeal in which the Appellate Tribunal has rendered its
decision for a clarification of any of the issues raised by the Appellate Tribunal in its
decision. However, no such application shall be accepted by the Appellate Tribunal later

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than thirty days of its decision. The Appellate Tribunal may call for and examine the
official records of an investigation conducted by the Commission and any other
information or documents relied upon by the Commission in reaching a determination
appealed against for the purpose of satisfying itself as to the legality or propriety of an
impugned determination of the Commission.

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2.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
1 46 0 0 32 14

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 46

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 14

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

35
32

30

25

20

15

10

0
0
Institution during 2014 Disposal during 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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2.4 Anti-Dumping Appellate Tribunal, Islamabad


Name of the Chairman: Justice(R) Ghulam Rabbani
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 36,712,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 23 1 1 0

2 Member 22 2 2 0

3 Registrar 17 1 0 1

4 Private Secretary 17 3 1 2

5 Asst. Account Officer 16 1 1 0

6 APS/APS 16 3 3 0

7 Reader 14 1 1 0

8 Computer Operator 14 1 0 1

9 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1

10 UDC 9 2 0 2

11 LDC 7 3 0 3

12 Bailiff 5 2 0 2

13 Driver 4 4 3 1

14 Dispatch Rider 4 1 1 0

15 Cook 2 1 0 1

16 Qasid 2 1 0 1

17 Room Bearer 1 1 0 1

18 Naib Qasid 1 5 5 0

19 Mali 1 1 1 0

20 Farash 1 1 1 0

21 Chowkidar 1 3 2 1

22 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

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Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases

Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on


1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
46 0 0 46 32 14

Month-wise Breakup

January 46 0 0 46 0 46

February 46 0 0 46 0 46

March 46 0 0 46 1 45

April 45 0 0 45 0 45

May 45 0 0 45 0 45

June 45 0 0 45 0 45

July 45 0 0 45 31 14

August 14 0 0 14 0 14

September 14 0 0 14 0 14

October 14 0 0 14 0 14

November 14 0 0 14 0 14

December 14 0 0 14 0 14

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3. Appellate Tribunals Inland Revenue


3.1 Establishment of the Appellate Tribunals
The Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue has been established under section 130 of the
Income Tax Ordinance, 2001. The Tribunal consists of a chairperson and other members
i.e. judicial and accounting, etc appointed by the Federal Government according to the
needs. A person may be appointed as a judicial member of the Appellate Tribunal if he
has exercised the powers of a District Judge and is qualified to be a Judge of a High
Court; or is or has been an advocate of a High Court and is qualified to be a Judge of the
High Court. A person may be appointed as a member accounting of an Appellate
Tribunal if he is an officer of Inland Revenue equivalent to the rank of Regional
Commissioner or a Commissioner Inland Revenue or Commissioner Inland Revenue
(Appeals) having at least five years experience as Commissioner or Collector. The
Federal Government shall appoint a member of the Appellate Tribunal as Chairperson of
the Tribunal and, except in special circumstances, the person appointed should be a
judicial member. The powers and functions of the Appellate Tribunal shall be exercised
and discharged by Benches constituted from members of the Tribunal by the
Chairperson of the Tribunal. A Bench shall consist of not less than two members of the
Appellate Tribunal and shall be constituted so as to contain an equal number of judicial
and accountant members, or so that the number of members of one class does not
exceed the number of members of the other class by more than one. The Federal
Government may direct that all or any of the powers of the Appellate Tribunal shall be
exercised by any one member or more members than one, jointly or severally.

3.2 Procedure of the Tribunals


Where the taxpayer or Commissioner objects to an order passed by the Commissioner
(Appeals), the taxpayer or Commissioner may file an appeal to the Appellate Tribunal
against such order. The appeal shall be in the prescribed form verified in the prescribed
manner accompanied, except in case of an appeal preferred by the Commissioner, by
the prescribed fee specified and preferred to the Appellate Tribunal within sixty days of
the date of service of order of the Commissioner (Appeals) on the taxpayer or the

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Commissioner, as the case may be. The Appellate Tribunal may, upon application in
writing, admit an appeal after expiration of the prescribed period if it is satisfied that the
person appealing was prevented by sufficient cause from filing the appeal within that
period. Notwithstanding that an appeal has been filed under this section, tax shall,
unless recovery thereof has been stayed by the Appellate Tribunal, be payable in
accordance with the assessment made in the case provided that where recovery of tax
has been stayed by the Appellate Tribunal by an order, such order shall cease to have
effect on the expiration of a period of three months following the date on which it is
made, unless the appeal is decided, or such order withdrawn by the Appellate Tribunal
earlier. The Appellate Tribunal may, before disposing of an appeal, call for such
particulars as it may require in respect of the matters arising on the appeal or cause
further enquiry to be made by the Commissioner. The Appellate Tribunal shall afford an
opportunity of being heard to the parties to the appeal and, in case of default by any of
the party on the date of hearing, the Tribunal may, if it deems fit, dismiss the appeal in
default, or may proceed ex parte to decide the appeal on the basis of the available
record. The Appellate Tribunal shall decide the appeal within six months of its filing.

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3.3 Consolidated Statement of Appellate Tribunals Inland Revenue


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
4 13954 14111 272 10373 17964

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 13954

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 17964

1000 5000 9000 13000 17000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

16000

14000

12000

10000

8000
14111
6000
10373
4000

2000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
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3.4 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Islamabad


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 22 1 1 0

2 Judicial Member 21 2 2 1

3 Member Accounting 21 3 3 0

4 Registrar 19 1 1 0
5 Senior Private Secretary 19 1 1 0
6 Deputy Registrar 17 1 1 0

7 Private Secretary 17 5 0 5

8 Assistant Registrar 16 2 2 0
9 Assistant Private Secretary 16 6 6 0

10 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
11 Assistant 14 1 1 0

12 Superintendent 13 1 1 0

13 Supervisor 10 3 2 1

14 UDC 7 7 7 0
15 LDC 5 15 15 0
16 Driver 5 6 2 4

17 Daftary 3 4 4 0
18 Qasid 3 6 6 0

19 Naib Qasid 2 18 13 5

20 Chowkidar 2 3 2 1

21 Farash 2 2 2 0
22 Sweeper 1 2 2 0

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Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases

Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on


1-1-2014 during the year Abated the year 31-12-2014
2851 3721 115 6687 3272 3415

Month-wise Breakup

January 2851 323 5 3179 169 3010

February 3010 279 -19 3270 327 2943

March 2943 322 12 3277 227 3050

April 3050 384 44 3478 444 3034

May 3034 412 29 3475 354 3121

June 3121 402 12 3535 319 3216

July 3216 315 -2 3529 252 3277

August 3277 304 3 3584 251 3333

September 3333 257 1 3591 291 3300

October 3300 217 24 3541 203 3338

November 3338 223 10 3571 255 3316

December 3316 283 -4 3595 180 3415

3.5 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Lahore


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0

2 Judicial Member 21 9 4 5

3 Accountant Member 21 9 3 6
4 Private Secretary 17 14 14 0

5 Deputy Registrar 17 1 0 1

6 Assistant Registrar 16 8 6 2

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7 APS/APS 16 16 16 0

8 Supervisor 10 9 8 1

9 UDC 9 18 17 1

10 LDC 7 45 43 2
11 Driver 5 15 3 12

12 Qasid 3 17 17 0

13 Daftry 3 9 9 0
14 Naib Qasid 2 46 46 0

15 Chowidar 2 8 3 5

16 Farash 2 8 3 5

17 Sweeper 2 7 7 0
18 Mali 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
8454 7996 160 16610 5340 11270
Month-wise Breakup
January 8454 588 15 9057 308 8749
February 8749 493 20 9262 315 8947
March 8947 510 1 9458 371 9087
April 9087 669 0 9756 462 9294
May 9294 898 0 10192 542 9650
June 9650 952 0 10602 647 9955
July 9955 718 0 10673 349 10324
August 10324 673 -1 10996 427 10569
September 10569 695 63 11327 502 10825
October 10825 693 53 11571 509 11062
November 11062 467 5 11534 451 11083
December 11083 640 4 11727 457 11270

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3.6 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Judicial Member 21 7 2 5
3 Accountant Member 21 7 6 1
4 Deputy Registrar 17 1 1 0
5 Assistant Register 16 5 5 0
6 Senior Private Secretary 19 4 0
10
7 Private Secretary 17/18 6 0
8 APS 16 11 9 2
9 Supervisor 10 7 7 0
10 UDC 9 13 13 0
11 LDC 7 34 34 0
12 Driver 4 11 4 7
13 Daftry 3 7 6 1
14 Qasid 3 14 13 1
15 Naib Qasid 2 39 39 0
16 Chowkidar 2 6 2 4
17 Farash 2 6 2 4
18 Sweeper 2 5 5 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2325 1791 3 4119 1325 2794
Month-wise Breakup
January 2325 173 0 2498 117 2381
February 2381 132 0 2513 105 2408
March 2408 197 0 2605 108 2497
April 2497 152 3 2652 198 2454

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May 2454 138 0 2592 145 2447


June 2447 149 0 2596 165 2431
July 2431 128 0 2559 50 2509
August 2509 183 0 2692 65 2627
September 2627 122 0 2749 115 2634
October 2634 139 0 2773 71 2702
November 2702 123 0 2825 69 2756
December 2756 155 0 2911 117 2794

3.7 Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Peshawar


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Judicial Member 21 1 1 0
3 Accountant Member 21 1 1 0
4 Senior Private Secretary 19 2 2 0
5 APS 16 1 1 0
6 Assistant Registrar 16 1 0 1
7 Supervisor 10 1 1 0
8 UDC 9 2 2 0
9 LDC 7 5 5 0
10 Driver 6 &5 2 1 1
11 Daftary 3 1 1 0
12 Qasid 3 2 2 0
13 Naib Qasid 2 5 4 1
14 Farrash 2 1 0 1
15 Mali 2 1 1 0
16 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
17 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

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Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
324 603 -6 921 436 485
Month-wise Breakup
January 324 63 -1 386 33 353
February 353 55 0 408 35 373
March 373 59 -12 420 35 385
April 385 52 -2 435 39 396
May 396 64 0 460 66 394
June 394 50 -2 442 47 395
July 395 33 3 431 24 407
August 407 57 4 468 14 454
September 454 74 2 530 27 503
October 503 16 1 520 47 473
November 473 53 1 527 33 494
December 494 27 0 521 36 485

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4. Customs Appellate Tribunals


4.1 Establishment of the Customs Appellate Tribunal
The Customs Appellate Tribunal are established under the Customs Act, 1969 (IV of
1969) for levy and collection of customs duties, fee and service charges and other
related matters. Under section 194 of the Act, the Federal Government shall constitute
an Appellate Tribunal to be called the Customs, Excise and Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal
consisting of as many judicial and technical members as it thinks fit for exercising the
powers conferred on the Appellate Tribunal. A judicial member shall be a person who
has been a Judge of the High Court, or is or has been an advocate of a High Court and is
qualified to be a Judge of a High Court. A technical member shall be an officer of the
Customs and Excise Group equivalent in rank to that of a Member of the Board or Chief
Collector of Customs or Director General or a Senior Collector with five years experience
in that position. The Federal Government shall appoint one of the members to be the
Chairman of the Tribunal.

4.2 Appeal to the Tribunals


Any aggrieved person or an officer of Customs may prefer an appeal to the Appellate
Tribunal against an order passed by the Collector (Appeals), an order passed by the
Board or the Collector of Customs under section 195 and an order passed in revision by
the Director-General Customs Valuation which will be heard by a Special Bench
consisting of one technical member and one judicial member. Where the Board or the
Collector of Customs is aggrieved by an order passed by the Collector (Appeals), it, or as
the case may be, he may prefer an appeal to the Appellate Tribunal. Such appeal shall
be preferred by an officer not below the rank of Assistant Collector or Assistant Director
so authorized in writing by the Board or the Collector or the Director, as the case may
be. Every appeal under this section shall be filed within sixty days from the date on
which the decision or order sought to be appealed against is communicated to the
Board or the Collector of Customs, or, as the case may be, the other party preferring the
appeal under section 194-B. The Appellate Tribunal may after giving the parties to the
appeal an opportunity of being heard, pass such orders thereon as it thinks fit
confirming, modifying or annulling the decision or order appealed against. The appeal

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shall be decided within sixty days of filing the appeal or within such extended period as
the Tribunal may, for reasons to be recorded in writing thinks fit. The Appellate Tribunal
may, at any time within one year from the date of order, with a view to rectifying any
mistake apparent from the record, amend any order passed by it and shall make such
amendments if the mistake is brought to its notice by the Collector of Customs or the
other party to the appeal, provided that an amendment which has the effect of
enhancing the assessment or reducing a refund or otherwise increasing the liability of
the other party shall not be made under this sub-section, unless the Appellate Tribunal
has given notice to the party of its intention to do so and has allowed a reasonable
opportunity of being heard.

4.3 Procedure of the Appellate Tribunals


Under Section 194-C. the powers and functions of the Appellate Tribunal may be
exercised and discharged by Benches constituted by the Chairman from amongst the
members thereof. A Bench shall consist of one judicial member and one technical
member. Every appeal against a decision or order deciding a case involving duty, tax,
penalty or fine exceeding five million rupees shall be heard by a Special Bench
constituted by the Chairman for hearing such appeals and such Bench shall consist of
not less than two members and shall include at least one judicial member and one
technical member. The Chairman may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, constitute
Benches including special Benches consisting of two or more technical members or two
or more judicial members and as many Benches consisting of a single member as he
may deem necessary to hear such cases or class of cases as the Federal Government
may, by order in writing, specify. If the members of a Bench differ in opinion on any
point, the point shall be decided according to the opinion of the majority, if there is a
majority but if the members are equally divided, they shall state the point or points on
which they differ and the case shall be referred to the Chairman for hearing on such
point or points by one or more of the other members of the Appellate Tribunal, and
such point or points shall be decided according to the opinion of the majority of the
members of the Appellate Tribunal who have heard the case including those who first
heard it. Where the members of a Special Bench are equally divided, the points on

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which they differ shall be decided by the Chairman. Subject to the provisions of this Act,
the Appellate Tribunal shall have power to regulate its own procedure and the
procedure of the Benches thereof in all matters arising out of the exercise of its powers
or of the discharge of its functions, including the places at which the Benches shall hold
their sittings. The Appellate Tribunal shall, for the purposes of discharging its functions,
have the same powers as are vested in a court under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
(V of 1908), in respect of matters of discovery and inspection, enforcing the attendance
of any person and examining him on oath, compelling the production of books of
account and other documents and issuing Commissions.
Custom Appellate Tribunals has eight Benches, three at Karachi, two each at Lahore and
Islamabad and one at Peshawar. Each Bench consists of two Members (B-21).

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4.4 Consolidated Statement of Customs Appellate Tribunals


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
8 4379 6138 -1115 6056 3346

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 4379

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 3346

500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

7000

6000

5000

4000

3000 6138 6056

2000

1000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

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4.5 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Lahore


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Members: Mr. Omer Hakim Arshad (Member Judicial)
Mr. Khawaja Umer Mehdi (Member Technicial)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member (Judicial) 21 1 1 0
3 Member (Technical) 21 1 1 0
4 Senior Private Secretary 19 2 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APSs 16 2 2 0
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 5 2 2 0
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
89 257 -4 342 175 167
Month-wise Breakup
January 89 7 0 96 13 83
February 83 7 -1 89 10 79
March 79 19 -1 97 19 78
April 78 20 0 98 0 98
May 98 21 0 119 6 113
June 113 43 0 156 9 147
July 147 25 0 172 10 162
August 162 5 -2 165 10 155
September 155 31 0 186 15 171
October 171 15 0 186 61 125
November 125 16 0 141 13 128
December 128 48 0 176 9 167

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4.6 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Lahore


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Member: Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Bhatti (Member Judicial)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member (Judicial) 21 1 1 0
3 Member (Technical) 21 1 0 1
4 Private Secretary 19&18 0 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APS 16 2 2 0
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 5 2 2 0
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
168 158 0 326 171 155
Month-wise Breakup
January 168 6 0 174 19 155
February 155 6 0 161 10 151
March 151 10 0 161 18 143
April 143 0 0 143 15 128
May 128 19 0 147 10 137
June 137 7 0 144 36 108
July 108 1 0 109 15 94
August 94 56 0 150 11 139
September 139 32 0 171 11 160
October 160 0 0 160 3 157
November 157 21 0 178 8 170
December 170 0 0 170 15 155

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4.7 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Islamabad


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Muhammad Tariq (Chairman cum Jud. Member)
Member: Mr. Khalid Mahmood (Member Technical)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 18,773,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member (Judicial) 21 1 1 0
3 Member (Technical) 21 1 1 0
4 Senior Private Secretary 18 2 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APS 16 2 2 0
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 4 2 2 0
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasib 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
66 1826 -17 1875 1833 42
Month-wise Breakup
January 66 15 0 81 6 75
February 75 20 0 95 24 71
March 71 5 0 76 2 74
April 74 5 0 79 8 71
May 71 53 0 124 52 72
June 72 97 -12 157 101 56
July 56 53 0 109 65 44
August 44 1548 0 1592 1545 47
September 47 11 -4 54 6 48
October 48 5 -3 50 5 45
November 45 2 0 47 2 45
December 45 12 2 59 17 42

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4.8 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Islamabad


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Member: Mr. Muhammad Maqsood ul Hassan (Mem. Judicial)
Mr. Muhammad Nisar Khan (Member Technical)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member (Judicial) 21 1 1 0
3 Member (Technical) 21 1 1 0
4 Private Secretary 19 2 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APS 16 2 2 0
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 5 2 2 0
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
40 40 -19 61 40 21
Month-wise Breakup
January 40 0 -9 31 0 31
February 31 0 0 31 0 31
March 31 0 -1 30 0 30
April 30 2 0 32 0 32
May 32 0 0 32 3 29
June 29 19 -2 46 11 35
July 35 0 0 35 0 35
August 35 0 0 35 0 35
September 35 8 -5 38 6 32
October 32 5 -1 36 8 28
November 28 5 0 33 3 30
December 30 1 -1 30 9 21

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4.9 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - I, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Member: Mr. Muhammad Nadeem Qureshi (Mem. Judicial)
Mr. Muhammad Yahya (Member Technicial)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member Judicial 21 1 1 0
3 Member Technical 21 1 1 0
4 Private Secretary 17 2 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APS 16 2 2 0
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 5 2 1 1
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1130 924 -589 1465 442 1023
Month-wise Breakup
January 1130 28 -2 1156 33 1123
February 1123 43 0 1166 15 1151
March 1151 8 -64 1095 57 1038
April 1038 117 -11 1144 31 1113
May 1113 8 -23 1098 12 1086
June 1086 36 -1 1121 80 1041
July 1041 52 0 1093 16 1077
August 1077 45 -42 1080 74 1006
September 1006 40 -9 1037 61 976
October 976 474 -432 1018 19 999
November 999 60 -5 1054 15 1039
December 1039 13 0 1052 29 1023

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4.10 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - II, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Member: Mr. Adnan Ahmed (Judicial Member)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member Judicial 21 1 1 0
3 Member Technical 21 1 0 1
4 Private Secretary 17/18/19 2 1 1
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 APS 16 2 1 1
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 3 0
9 Driver 5 2 2 0
10 Qasid 3 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 0 1
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2172 1167 -246 3093 2336 757
Month-wise Breakup
January 2172 29 0 2201 1 2200
February 2200 70 -59 2211 15 2196
March 2196 80 -11 2265 4 2261
April 2261 23 0 2284 15 2269
May 2269 84 -7 2346 17 2329
June 2329 10 -45 2294 12 2282
July 2282 0 0 2282 41 2241
August 2241 167 -24 2384 1514 870
September 870 135 -39 966 551 415
October 415 426 -3 838 18 820
November 820 141 -48 913 138 775
December 775 2 -10 767 10 757

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4.11 Customs Appellate Tribunal Bench - III, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member Judicial 21 1 0 1
3 Member Technical 21 1 0 1
4 Private Secretary 17/18 2 2 0
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 1 0
6 Stenogpher 16 2 0 2
7 UDC 9 2 2 0
8 LDC 7 3 2 1
19 Driver 5 2 1 1
10 Qasid 3 2 1 1
11 Naib Qasid 2 4 2 2
12 Chowkidar 2 1 0 1
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
553 732 -240 1045 562 483
Month-wise Breakup
January 553 96 -17 632 35 597
February 597 18 0 615 74 541
March 541 143 -36 648 26 622
April 622 4 -26 600 88 512
May 512 8 0 520 1 519
June 519 115 -11 623 13 610
July 610 0 0 610 9 601
August 601 18 -38 581 34 547
September 547 215 -45 717 24 693
October 693 0 -17 676 170 506
November 506 26 -18 514 67 447
December 447 89 -32 504 21 483

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4.12 Customs Appellate Tribunal, Peshawar


Name of Chairman: Ch. Naimatullah
Member: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member Judicial 21 1 0 1
3 Member Technical 21 1 0 1
4 Assistant Registrar 16 1 0 1
5 Private Secretary 17 2 1 1
6 APS 15 2 0 2
7 UDC 7 2 1 1
8 LDC 5 3 3 0
9 Driver 4 2 1 1
10 Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 1 4 3 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
161 1034 0 1195 497 698
Month-wise Breakup
January 161 31 0 192 17 175
February 175 20 0 195 29 166
March 166 31 0 197 26 171
April 171 30 0 201 15 186
May 186 31 0 217 20 197
June 197 28 0 225 21 204
July 204 42 0 246 20 226
August 226 70 0 296 56 240
September 240 115 0 355 60 295
October 295 64 0 359 51 308
November 308 59 0 367 84 283
December 283 513 0 796 98 698

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Drug Courts
Drug Courts | 69

5. Drug Courts
5.1 Establishment of Drug Courts
The Drugs Act, 1976 was enforced to regulate the import, export, manufacture, storage,
distribution and sale of drugs. Under section 31 of the Act, the Federal Government and,
if so directed by the Federal Government, the Provincial Government may establish as
many Drug Courts to exercise jurisdiction under this Act as it considers necessary. A
Drug Court shall consist of a person who is, or has been or is qualified for appointment
as a Judge of a High Court, who shall be the Chairman, and two members being persons
who, in the opinion of the Federal Government, are experts in the medical or
pharmaceutical fields.
A Drug Court shall have all the powers conferred by the Code of Criminal Procedure,
1898 (Act V of 1898) on a Court of Sessions exercising original jurisdiction. A person
sentenced by a Drug Court may prefer an appeal to a Bench of the High Court consisting
of not less than two Judges within thirty days of the judgment.
5.2 Procedure of Drug Courts
No Court other than a Drug Court shall try an offence punishable under Chapter 4 of the
said Act i.e. relating to offences, penalties and procedure. The Drug Court shall, in all
matters with respect to which no procedure has been prescribed by this Act, follow the
procedure prescribed by the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 for the trial of summons
cases by magistrates.
At present nine Drug Courts are functioning under the Drugs Act, 1976 presided over by
a Chairman. In four Drug Courts at Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad and Bahawalpur, the
Chairmen have been appointed by the Federal Government whereas the funds for these
courts and provision of other facilities are to be arranged by the Provincial Government.
The Chairmen in those Drug Courts working on full time basis, have been appointed
from the Provincial Judiciary on deputation. However, the work of part-time Drug Court
at Peshawar and Quetta has been assigned to one of our Judges in the Federal Courts at
both these places in addition to their own duties.

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5.3 Consolidated Statement of Drug Courts


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
9 2577 3127 1 3445 2260

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 2577

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 2260

0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

4000

3000

2000
3445
3127

1000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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5.4 Drug Court, Rawalpindi/Islamabad


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Muhammad Arshad Malik
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Members 19 2 2 0
3 District Attorney 18 1 1 0
4 Drug Inspector/ DPRO 17 1 1 0
5 APS 12 2 1 1
6 Ahlmad (Civil) 7 2 0 2
7 Cashier 7 1 0 1
8 Reader 7 1 1 0
9 Junior Clerk 5 1 0 1
10 Driver 4 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 2 0 2
12 Naib Qasid 1 2 0 2

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
115 219 0 334 236 98
Month-wise Breakup
January 115 0 0 115 27 88
February 88 62 0 150 15 135
March 135 0 0 135 14 121
April 121 0 0 121 26 95
May 95 0 0 95 14 81
June 81 50 0 131 13 118
July 118 0 0 118 22 96
August 96 39 0 135 8 127
September 127 68 0 195 28 167
October 167 0 0 167 30 137
November 137 0 0 137 22 115
December 115 0 0 115 17 98

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5.5 Drug Court, Lahore


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Sardar Ashiq Hussain

Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)


Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Technical Members 19 2 0 2
3 APSs 12 2 2 0
4 Reader 9 1 1 0
5 Cashier 9 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 2 2 0
7 Junior Clerk 5 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Chowkidar 2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
454 713 0 1167 916 251
Month-wise Breakup
January 454 108 0 562 131 431
February 431 80 0 511 82 429
March 429 76 0 505 124 381
April 381 35 0 416 13 403
May 403 83 0 486 50 436
June 436 43 0 479 46 433
July 433 55 0 488 38 450
August 450 31 0 481 12 469
September 469 62 0 531 82 449
October 449 31 0 480 115 365
November 365 42 0 407 84 323
December 323 67 0 390 139 251

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5.6 Drug Court, Sargodha and Faisalabad Division, Faisalabad


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Arshad Qayyum
Members: Dr. Muhammad Naeem Iqbal and Dr. Muhammad Irfan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Technical Members 19 2 2 0
3 District Attorney 18 1 0 1
4 Drug Inspector 17 1 0 1
5 APS 12 2 0 2
6 Reader 9 1 1 0
7 Ahlmad & UDC 9 2 2 0
8 Cashier/Accounts Clerk 9 1 1 0
9 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
10 Driver 5 1 1 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
12 Chowkidar 2 2 1 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
453 375 0 828 590 238
Month-wise Breakup
January 453 44 0 497 33 464
February 464 21 0 485 17 468
March 468 19 0 487 36 451
April 451 0 0 451 29 422
May 422 0 0 422 64 358
June 358 40 0 398 74 324
July 324 42 0 366 92 274
August 274 19 0 293 1 292
September 292 1 0 293 45 248
October 248 86 0 334 2 332
November 332 57 0 389 111 278
December 278 46 0 324 86 238

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5.7 Drug Court, Gujranwala


Name of the Chairman: Ch. Muhammad Jahangir
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,056,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 2 1 1
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 3 1 2
6 Driver 5 1 1 0
7 Daftri 3 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 4 4 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
435 414 0 849 292 557
Month-wise Breakup
January 435 39 0 474 17 457
February 457 29 0 486 0 486
March 486 28 0 514 1 513
April 513 30 0 543 20 523
May 523 66 0 589 28 561
June 561 67 0 628 14 614
July 614 32 0 646 45 601
August 601 51 0 652 7 645
September 645 38 0 683 35 648
October 648 2 0 650 30 620
November 620 0 0 620 41 579
December 579 32 0 611 54 557

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5.8 Drug Court, Bahawalpur


Name of the Chairman: Malik Khalid Mehmood
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Members 19 2 2 0
3 District Attorney 18 1 1 0
4 Drug Inspector /DPO 18 1 1 0
5 APS 14 2 1 1
6 Accounts Clerk 11 1 1 0
7 Reader 9 1 1 0
8 Ahlmad 9 2 2 0
9 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
10 Driver 7 1 1 0
11 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
12 Chowkidar 1 2 1 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
351 307 1 659 288 371
Month-wise Breakup
January 351 48 0 399 58 341
February 341 57 0 398 35 363
March 363 0 0 363 0 363
April 363 0 0 363 0 363
May 363 0 1 364 1 363
June 363 115 0 478 10 468
July 468 1 0 469 6 463
August 463 10 0 473 12 461
September 461 34 0 495 35 460
October 460 3 0 463 40 423
November 423 13 0 436 1 435
December 435 26 0 461 90 371

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5.9 Drug Court, Multan


Name of the Chairman: Hafiz Allah Ditta Kashif
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,699,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 5 1 1 0
7 Daftary 3 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
287 702 0 989 708 281
Month-wise Breakup
January 287 82 0 369 66 303
February 303 83 0 386 65 321
March 321 125 0 446 67 379
April 379 94 0 473 118 355
May 355 48 0 403 106 297
June 297 56 0 353 72 281
July 281 17 0 298 32 266
August 266 24 0 290 11 279
September 279 51 0 330 33 297
October 297 58 0 355 56 299
November 299 60 0 359 49 310
December 310 4 0 314 33 281

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5.10 Drug Court, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Saathi Muhammad Ishaque
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,262,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 4 1 0 1
7 Daftary 2 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
111 23 0 134 41 93
Month-wise Breakup
January 111 3 0 114 11 103
February 103 2 0 105 7 98
March 98 12 0 110 3 107
April 107 0 0 107 2 105
May 105 1 0 106 1 105
June 105 0 0 105 2 103
July 103 0 0 103 0 103
August 103 0 0 103 0 103
September 103 0 0 103 2 101
October 101 5 0 106 4 102
November 102 0 0 102 9 93
December 93 0 0 93 0 93

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5.11 Drug Court, Peshawar


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Muhammad Shafiq Tanoli
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,534,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 1 0 1
6 LDC 7 1 0 1
7 Driver 4 1 0 1
8 Qasid 2 1 0 1
9 Naib Qasid 1 1 0 1
10 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
11 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
366 374 0 740 370 370
Month-wise Breakup
January 366 0 0 366 6 360
February 360 114 0 474 31 443
March 443 88 0 531 88 443
April 443 143 0 586 102 484
May 484 9 0 493 78 415
June 415 20 0 435 57 378
July 378 0 0 378 0 378
August 378 0 0 378 0 378
September 378 0 0 378 0 378
October 378 0 0 378 0 378
November 378 0 0 378 7 371
December 371 0 0 371 1 370

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5.12 Drug Court, Quetta


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Abdullah Khan Kakar (Add. Charge)
Dr. Syed Umer Jan (Member)
Mr. Rehmatullah Khan (Member)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0

2 Member - 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
5 0 0 5 4 1

Month-wise Breakup

January 5 0 0 5 0 5

February 5 0 0 5 0 5

March 5 0 0 5 2 3

April 3 0 0 3 0 3

May 3 0 0 3 1 2

June 2 0 0 2 0 2

July 2 0 0 2 0 2

August 2 0 0 2 1 1

September 1 0 0 1 0 1

October 1 0 0 1 0 1

November 1 0 0 1 0 1

December 1 0 0 1 0 1

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Environmental Protection Tribunals
Environmental Protection Tribunals | 83

6. Environmental Protection Tribunals


Right to live a free, proper, comfortable and clean life is a fundamental right of all the
citizens which has been constitutionally guaranteed in all the civilized countries of the
world including Pakistan. The Environmental Protection Act, 1997 provides for the
protection, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of the environment for the
prevention and control of pollution and promotion of sustainable development. The Act
extends to the whole of Pakistan. Under section 2 of the said Act, “pollution” means the
contamination of air, land or water by discharge or emission of effluents or wastes or air
pollutions or noise or other matter which either directly or indirectly or in combination
with other discharge or substances alters unfavorably the chemical, physical, biological,
radiational, thermal or radiological or aesthetic properties of the air, land or water or
which may or is likely to make the air, land or water unclean, noxious or impure or
injurious, disagreeable or detrimental to the health, safety, welfare or property or
detrimental to the health, safety, welfare of property and persons or harmful to
biodiversity.
The Federal Government shall constitute a Council to be known as the Pakistan
Environmental Protection Council. The Council shall consist of the Prime Minister or
such other person as the Prime Minister may nominate on his behalf as Chairperson,
Minister in-charge of the Ministry or Division dealing with the subject of environment as
Vice Chairperson, Chief Ministers of the Provinces and Ministers in-charge of the subject
of environment in the Provinces as Members and such other persons not exceeding
thirty five to be appointed by the Federal Government as the Members of which at least
twenty shall be non-officials. The Secretary to the Government of Pakistan in-charge of
the Ministry or Division dealing with the subject of environment shall be a Member and
Secretary to the Council. The Council shall, inter alia, co-ordinate and supervise
enforcement of the provisions of this Act to approve comprehensive national
environmental policies, ensure their implementation within the framework of a national
conservation strategy as may be approved by the Federal Government from time to
time and to approve the National Environmental Quality Standards.

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The Act also provides for the establishment of the Pakistan Environmental Protection
Agency at Federal and provincial level to exercise the powers and perform the functions
assigned to it under this Act and the rules and regulations made there under and to take
all necessary measures for the implementation of the National Environmental Policies
approved by the Council.
6.1 Establishment of the Tribunals
Under section 20 of the said Act the Federal Government may by notification in the
official gazette establish as many Environmental Tribunals as it considers necessary and
where it establishes more than one Environmental Tribunals, it shall specify territorial
limits within which or the class of cases in respect of which each one of them shall
exercise jurisdiction under this Act. An Environmental Tribunal shall consist of a
Chairperson who is or has been or is qualified for appointment as a judge of the High
Court to be appointed after consultation with the Chief Justice of the concerned High
Court and two members to be appointed by the Federal Government of which at least
one shall be a technical member with suitable professional qualification and experience
in the environmental field as may be prescribed.
6.2 Right of Appeal
Any person aggrieved by any order or direction of the Federal or Provincial Agency
passed under any provision of this Act or rules or regulations made there under may
prefer an appeal with the Environmental Tribunal within thirty days of the date of
communication of the order or direction to such person. An appeal to the
Environmental Tribunal shall be in such form, contain such particulars and be
accompanied by such fees as may be prescribed. Any person aggrieved by any final
order or by any sentence of the Environmental Tribunal passed under this Act may
within thirty days of communication of such order or sentence, prefer an appeal to the
High Court. At present there are five Environmental Protection Tribunals constituted
under the Environmental Protection Act, 1997, functioning in Islamabad, Lahore,
Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta.

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 85

6.3 Consolidated Statement of Environmental Protection Tribunals

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
4 212 35 -3 45 199

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 212

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 199

0 50 100 150 200 250


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

50

45

40

35

30

25
45
20
35
15

10

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 86

6.4 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Islamabad


Name of the Chairperson: Vacant
Member: Mr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Minhas (Mem. Legal)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairperson 21 1 0 1
2 Member (Technical) 21 1 0 1
3 Member (Legal) 20 1 1 0
4 Registrar 18 1 0 1
5 Private Secretary 18 1 0 1
6 APS 16 3 1 2
7 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
8 Reader 11 1 0 1
9 UDC 9 1 1 0
10 LDC 7 1 1 0
11 Driver 5 3 3 0
12 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
13 Chowkidar 2 2 0 2
14 Naib Qasid 2 3 0 3
15 Mali 2 1 1 0
16 Farash 2 1 0 1
17 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
88 0 0 88 0 88
Month-wise Breakup
January 88 0 0 88 0 88
February 88 0 0 88 0 88
March 88 0 0 88 0 88
April 88 0 0 88 0 88
May 88 0 0 88 0 88
June 88 0 0 88 0 88
July 88 0 0 88 0 88
August 88 0 0 88 0 88
September 88 0 0 88 0 88
October 88 0 0 88 0 88
November 88 0 0 88 0 88
December 88 0 0 88 0 88

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 87

6.5 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Karachi


Name of the Chairperson: Mrs. Rashida Asad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 17,300,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairperson 21 1 1 0

2 Member Technical 21 1 0 1

3 Member Legal 20 1 0 1

4 Registrar 17 1 1 0
5 Private Secretary 17 1 0 1

6 APS 16 3 2 1
7 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0

8 Reader 11 1 1 0

9 UDC 9 1 0 1

10 LDC 7 1 1 0
11 Drivers 4&5 3 2 1

12 Bailiffs 2 2 2 0

13 Naib Qasids 2 3 3 0
14 Chowkidars 2 2 2 0

15 Mali 2 1 0 1
16 Farash 1 1 1 0

17 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
13 0 0 13 0 13

Month-wise Breakup

January 13 0 0 13 0 13

February 13 0 0 13 0 13

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 88

March 13 0 0 13 0 13

April 13 0 0 13 0 13

May 13 0 0 13 0 13

June 13 0 0 13 0 13

July 13 0 0 13 0 13

August 13 0 0 13 0 13

September 13 0 0 13 0 13

October 13 0 0 13 0 13

November 13 0 0 13 0 13

December 13 0 0 13 0 13

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 89

6.6 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Peshawar


Name of the Chairperson: Mr. Muhammad Bashir Khan
Member: Mr. Yousaf Jamal (Member Technical)
Mr. Muhammad Farooq (Member Legal)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 13,102,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairperson 21 1 1 0
2 Member Technical 21 1 1 0
3 Member Legal 20 1 1 0
4 Registrar 17 1 0 1
5 APS 16 3 3 0
6 Stenotypist 14 1 1 0
7 Reader 11 1 1 0
8 UDC 9 1 1 0
9 LDC 7 1 1 0
10 Driver 5&4 3 3 0
11 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
12 Sweeper 2 3 3 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-
year 2014
82 19 -3 98 23 75
Month-wise Breakup
January 82 0 0 82 7 75
February 75 8 -1 82 3 79
March 79 6 0 85 4 81
April 81 0 0 81 0 81
May 81 0 0 81 0 81
June 81 0 0 81 0 81
July 81 1 0 82 0 82
August 82 0 0 82 0 82
September 82 0 0 82 0 82
October 82 3 0 85 0 85
November 85 1 -1 85 2 83
December 83 0 -1 82 7 75

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Environmental Protection Tribunals | 90

6.7 Environmental Protection Tribunal, Quetta


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Akhtyar Khan Margazani
Members: Mr. Inyat Khan Kasi (Member Legal)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Member Technical 21 1 0 1
2 Member Legal 20 1 1 0
3 Registrar 18 1 0 1
4 APS 16 3 2 1
5 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
6 Reader 11 1 1 0
7 UDC 9 1 1 0
8 LDC 7 1 1 0
9 Driver 4&5 3 3 0
10 Bailiff 1&2 2 2 0
11 Naib Qasid 1&2 3 2 1
12 Chowkidar 2 2 2 0
13 Mali 1 1 1 0
14 Farash 2 1 1 0
15 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
29 16 0 45 22 23
Month-wise Breakup
January 29 2 0 31 0 31
February 31 14 0 45 3 42
March 42 0 0 42 3 39
April 39 0 0 39 0 39
May 39 0 0 39 1 38
June 38 0 0 38 2 36
July 36 0 0 36 0 36
August 36 0 0 36 0 36
September 36 0 0 36 3 33
October 33 0 0 33 5 28
November 28 0 0 28 3 25
December 25 0 0 25 2 23

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Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards
Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards | 93

7. Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards


7.1 Constitution of Appellate Board
The Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1947 was enforced to regulate certain payments
and dealings in foreign exchange and securities and import and export of currency and
bullion. Under section 23C of the Act, the Federal Government may constitute as many
Appellate Boards, to be called the Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board, as it
may consider necessary. An Appellate Board shall consist of a person who is or has been
or is qualified for appointment as a Judge of a High Court or a District Judge or an
Additional District Judge.
7.2 Procedure of the Board
Any person aggrieved by any order of the Adjudicating Officer made under sub-section
(4) or sub-section (5) or sub-section (6) of section 23B of the Foreign Exchange
Regulation Act, 1947 may within thirty days of such order prefer an appeal to the
Appellate Board within whose jurisdiction the order is passed. However the Appellate
Board may entertain an appeal after the expiry of the said period of thirty days but not
later than sixty days from the date of the aforesaid order if it is satisfied that the
appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from filing the appeal in time. Furthermore,
no appeal shall be admitted for hearing unless the appellant deposits in cash with the
Appellate Board the amount of penalty or at the discretion of the Appellate Board,
furnishes security equal in value to such amount of penalty. The Appellate Board may
make such inquiry as it may consider necessary and after giving the appellant an
opportunity of being heard, if he so desires, pass such order as it thinks fit, confirming,
altering or annulling the order appealed against. However, no order enhancing any
penalty shall be passed unless the person affected thereby has been given an
opportunity of showing cause against it and of being heard in person or through a
counsel. The decision of the Appellate Board shall be final and no Court, Tribunal or
other authority shall call or permit to be called in question any proceedings or order of
the Appellate Board or the legality or propriety of anything done or intended to be done
by the Appellate Board under this Act.

Annual Report on Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts, 2014


Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards | 94

7.3 Consolidated Statement of Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
2 320 15 1 311 25

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 320

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 25

0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

320

280

240

200

160 311

120

80

40 15

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards | 95

7.4 Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board, Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Presiding Officer - 1 0 1

2 LDC 7 1 1 0

3 Daftary 3 1 1 0

4 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1

5 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
20 2 0 22 3 19

Month-wise Breakup

January 20 0 0 20 0 20

February 20 0 0 20 0 20

March 20 0 0 20 0 20

April 20 0 0 20 0 20

May 20 0 0 20 0 20

June 20 0 0 20 0 20

July 20 0 0 20 0 20

August 20 0 0 20 0 20

September 20 0 0 20 3 17

October 17 2 0 19 0 19

November 19 0 0 19 0 19

December 19 0 0 19 0 19

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Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Boards | 96

7.5 Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Presiding Officer 21 1 0 1

2 UDC 9 1 0 1
3 Bailiff 2 1 1 0

4 Daftary 3 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
300 13 1 314 308 6

Month-wise Breakup

January 300 0 0 300 22 278

February 278 0 0 278 277 1

March 1 0 0 1 0 1

April 1 0 0 1 0 1

May 1 8 0 9 1 8

June 8 3 0 11 8 3

July 3 1 0 4 0 4

August 4 0 0 4 0 4

September 4 0 0 4 0 4

October 4 1 0 5 0 5

November 5 0 1 6 0 6

December 6 0 0 6 0 6

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Special Courts (Central)
Special Courts (Central) | 99

8. Special Courts (Central)


8.1 Establishment of the Special Courts (Central)
The Courts of Special Judge Anti Corruption (Central) have been established under the
Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1958 to provide more speedy trial and effective
punishments of the offences as specified in the Schedule provided under section 5 of
the Act. The said Schedule includes offences punishable under section 161 to 166, 168,
217 and 218 of the Pakistan Penal Code, 1860. The Schedule further includes offences
punishable under sections 403 to 409, 417 to 420, 465, 471 and 477 A of the Pakistan
Penal Code, 1860, when committed by any public servant as such or by any person
acting jointly with or abetting or attempting to abet or acting in conspiracy with any
public servant. Offences punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 are
also tri-able by the Special Court (Central).
Under section 3 of the Act, The Federal Government shall appoint as many Special
Judges as may be necessary to try and punish specified offences. No person shall be
appointed a Special Judge unless he is, or is qualified to be a Judge of a High Court or
has, for a period of not less than three years, exercised the powers under the Code of
Criminal Procedure, 1898 of a Sessions Judge, or an Additional Sessions Judge.
8.2 Procedure of the Court
Under section 6 of the said Act the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898
except those of chapter 38 relating to the appointment of public prosecutor shall, in so
far as they are not inconsistent with the provisions of the said Act, apply to the
proceedings of the court of a Special Judge who shall be deemed to be a Court of
Sessions trying cases without the aid of assessors or jury. A person conducting
prosecution before the court of a Special Judge shall be deemed to be a Public
Prosecutor. The Federal Government in cases sent up by the Federal Investigating
Agency for trial, and in all other cases, the Provincial Governments or their authorized
officers, as the case may be, shall, by general or special order, appoint one or more
persons to conduct prosecution before any Special Judge. At present eight Special
Courts (Central) are functional in the country one each at Faisalabad, Multan,
Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Lahore, Hyderabad, Peshawar and two at Karachi.

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Special Courts (Central) | 100

8.3 Consolidated Statement of the Special Courts (Central)

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
8 6740 5506 -2154 5526 4564

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 6740

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 4564

0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

5530

5525

5520

5515

5510
5526
5505

5500
5506
5495

5490
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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Special Courts (Central) | 101

8.4 Special Court (Central), Faisalabad


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Suhaib Ahmed Rumi
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,425,300/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 7 1 1 0
7 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
8 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
9 Sweeper 1 0 0 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
440 720 0 1160 696 464
Month-wise Breakup
January 440 52 0 492 50 442
February 442 64 0 506 63 443
March 443 83 0 526 57 469
April 469 123 0 592 68 524
May 524 42 0 566 69 497
June 497 66 0 563 70 493
July 493 47 0 540 56 484
August 484 44 0 528 36 492
September 492 50 0 542 68 474
October 474 28 0 502 19 483
November 483 46 0 529 63 466
December 466 75 0 541 77 464

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Special Courts (Central) | 102

8.5 Special Court (Central), Multan


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Raja Muhammad Arshad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,694,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 0 1
3 Reader 14 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 7 1 1 0
7 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
8 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
287 629 0 918 604 314

Month-wise Breakup

January 287 56 0 343 48 295

February 295 46 0 341 50 291

March 291 59 0 350 50 300

April 300 69 0 369 58 311

May 311 59 0 370 52 318

June 318 83 0 401 61 340

July 340 33 0 373 52 321

August 321 39 0 360 28 332

September 332 51 0 383 40 343

October 343 52 0 395 58 337

November 337 55 2 394 52 342

December 342 27 0 369 55 314

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Special Courts (Central) | 103

8.6 Special Court (Central), Rawalpindi/Islamabad


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Malik Nasir Ahmad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0

2 APS 16 1 0 1

3 Reader 11 1 0 1

4 UDC 9 1 1 0

5 LDC 7 1 1 0

6 Driver 4 1 1 0
7 Grade 1-3 - 3 2 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
544 359 0 903 293 610

Month-wise Breakup

January 544 72 0 616 12 604

February 604 28 0 632 33 599

March 599 28 0 627 23 604

April 604 16 0 620 34 586

May 586 32 0 618 32 586

June 586 9 0 595 46 549

July 549 9 0 558 4 554

August 554 28 0 582 31 551

September 551 24 0 575 22 553

October 553 26 0 579 24 555

November 555 17 0 572 25 547

December 547 70 0 617 7 610

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Special Courts (Central) | 104

8.7 Special Court (Central), Lahore


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Malik Abdul Rashid
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 7 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 3 1 1 0
11 Farash 2 1 0 1
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
3620 3445 -2165 4900 2328 2570
Month-wise Breakup
January 3620 186 0 3806 143 3663
February 3663 281 0 3944 180 3764
March 3764 482 0 4246 284 3962
April 3962 452 -2165 2249 199 2050
May *2048 369 0 2417 235 2182
June 2182 296 0 2478 167 2311
July 2311 295 0 2606 291 2315
August 2315 90 0 2405 59 2346
September 2346 277 0 2623 319 2304
October 2304 239 0 2543 161 2382
November 2382 374 0 2756 142 2614
December 2614 104 0 2718 148 2570
* difference of -2 cases were found due to physical verification for the month of May, 2014

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Special Courts (Central) | 105

8.8 Special Court (Central) - I, Karachi


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Azeem
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,246,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 7 1 0 1
6 UDC 4 1 1 0
7 LDC 9 1 1 0
8 Driver 7 1 1 0
9 Baliff 3 1 0 1
10 Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Naib Qasid 3 1 1 0
12 Farash 2 1 0 1
13 Chowkidar 2 1 0 1
14 Sweeper 2 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
376 62 0 438 232 206
Month-wise Breakup
January 376 21 0 397 4 393
February 393 11 0 404 0 404
March 404 8 0 412 0 412
April 412 6 0 418 24 394
May 394 7 0 401 47 354
June 354 1 0 355 63 292
July 292 2 0 294 15 279
August 279 2 0 281 15 266
September 266 0 0 266 18 248
October 248 2 0 250 14 236
November 236 2 0 238 18 220
December 220 0 0 220 14 206

LJCP Annual Report on Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts, 2014


Special Courts (Central) | 106

8.9 Special Court (Central) - II, Karachi


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Ms. Tasneem Sultana
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0

2 APS 16 1 1 0

3 Reader 11 1 1 0

4 UDC 9 1 1 0

5 LDC 7 1 1 0

6 Driver 4 1 0 1
7 Grade 1-3 - 3 3 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1264 145 0 1409 1233 176

Month-wise Breakup

January 1264 14 0 1278 5 1273

February 1273 12 0 1285 20 1265

March 1265 17 0 1282 15 1267

April 1267 18 0 1285 86 1199

May 1199 23 0 1222 164 1058

June 1058 17 0 1075 163 912

July 912 16 0 928 216 712

August 712 8 0 720 223 497

September 497 14 0 511 227 284

October 284 0 0 284 98 186

November 186 0 0 186 12 174

December 174 6 0 180 4 176

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Special Courts (Central) | 107

8.10 Special Court (Central), Hyderabad


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Nadeem Ahmad Akhund
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,634,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
144 33 10 186 46 140
Month-wise Breakup
January 144 6 0 150 4 146
February 146 3 -1 148 3 145
March 145 1 0 146 2 144
April 144 2 0 146 4 142
May 142 2 0 144 4 140
June 140 6 0 146 6 140
July 140 1 0 141 2 139
August 139 0 0 139 4 135
September 135 2 0 137 3 134
October 134 8 0 142 5 137
November 137 1 0 138 5 133
December 133 1 10 144 4 140

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Special Courts (Central) | 108

8.11 Special Court (Central), Peshawar


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Ishtiaq Ahmed
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0

2 APS 16 1 1 0

3 Reader 11 1 1 0

4 UDC 9 1 1 0

5 LDC 7 1 0 1

6 Driver 4 1 1 0
7 Grade 1-3 - 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
65 113 0 178 94 84

Month-wise Breakup

January 65 17 0 82 7 75

February 75 5 0 80 7 73

March 73 5 0 78 7 71

April 71 17 0 88 14 74

May 74 10 0 84 8 76

June 76 11 0 87 5 82

July 82 5 0 87 3 84

August 84 3 0 87 3 84

September 84 3 0 87 1 86

October 86 10 0 96 11 85

November 85 22 0 107 19 88

December 88 5 0 93 9 84

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Special Courts
(Control of Narcotic Substances)
Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) | 111

9. Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances)


9.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) are established under the Control of
Narcotic Substances Act, 1997, inter alia, with an object to control the production,
processing and trafficking of the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, etc. Under
the said Act the Federal Government and, if so directed by the Federal Government, the
Provincial Government shall establish as many Special Courts as it considers necessary
and appoint a Judge for each of such Courts to exercise jurisdiction under this Act. The
Special Courts are of two classes, one having the power to try all offences under the Act
and the other having the power to try offences punishable with imprisonment upto two
years. No person shall be appointed a Judge of a Special Court of category one unless
he is or has been a Sessions Judge or Additional Sessions Judge, whereas in case of
category two Special Judge is appointed from Judicial Magistrates of the 1st Class. A
person shall be appointed as Judge of Special Court after consultation with the Chief
Justice of the High Court of the Province concerned. The Federal Government or the
provincial Government may in consultation with the Chief Justice of the concerned High
Court confer the powers of a Special Court on any Sessions Judge or Additional Sessions
Judge or Judicial Magistrate as the case may be.
9.2 Procedure of the Courts
For the purpose of inquiring into and investigating offences Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF)
has been constituted under the Anti Narcotics Force Act, 1997.The cases registered
under the Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 by ANF Police and other Law
Enforcing Agencies are tried by these courts. According to section 46 of the Control of
Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 the trials are conducted in these Special Courts while
applying the Criminal Procedure Code, 1898. Appeal against the judgment of these
Courts can be filed under section 48 of the Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997
before the Division Bench of the High Court concerned. Presently there are six Special
Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) two at Karachi, one each at Lahore,
Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta headed by a Presiding Officer (District &
Sessions Judge). All these Special Courts are fully functional. Besides these Special
Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances), powers have also been conferred on most of
the District and Sessions Judges under the said Act to try narcotic cases.

Annual Report on Administrative Tribunals and Special Courts, 2014


Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances) | 112

9.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Control of Narcotic Substances)


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
6 1563 2004 -61 888 2618

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 1563

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 2618

0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000 2004
800
600
400 888

200
0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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9.4 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Lahore


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Khalid
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Baliff 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Farash 1 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
96 135 0 231 76 155
Month-wise Breakup
January 96 9 0 105 6 99
February 99 9 0 108 6 102
March 102 7 0 109 10 99
April 99 4 0 103 3 100
May 100 22 0 122 9 113
June 113 4 0 117 11 106
July 106 16 0 122 8 114
August 114 16 0 130 8 122
September 122 7 0 129 8 121
October 121 18 0 139 6 133
November 133 14 0 147 0 147
December 147 9 0 156 1 155

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9.5 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Rawalpindi


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Ch. Anwar Ahmed Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,888,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 0 1
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 7 1 1 0
9 Baliff 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 3 1 1 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
121 183 1 305 166 139
Month-wise Breakup
January 121 16 0 137 0 137
February 137 14 0 151 9 142
March 142 11 0 153 8 145
April 145 24 0 169 27 142
May 142 6 0 148 5 143
June 143 17 0 160 29 131
July 131 27 0 158 51 107
August 107 6 0 113 0 113
September 113 19 0 132 5 127
October 127 22 0 149 9 140
November 140 6 0 146 9 137
December 137 15 1 153 14 139

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9.6 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Karachi – I


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Azam Anwar Baloch
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,034,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Nazir 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Baliff 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Farash 1 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 427 954 1381 94 1287
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 27 27 0 27
February 27 14 14 55 0 55
March 55 26 546 627 2 625
April 625 48 0 673 7 666
May 666 54 0 720 6 714
June 714 45 0 759 5 754
July 754 36 0 790 5 785
August 785 37 14 836 5 831
September 831 47 -1 877 10 867
October 867 35 2 904 6 898
November 898 36 352 1286 25 1261
December 1261 49 0 1310 23 1287

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9.7 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Karachi – II


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Sanaullah Ghauri
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 18 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
5 Reader 11 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 3 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
13 Farash 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1276 1017 -1016 1277 414 863
Month-wise Breakup
January 1276 21 -25 1272 0 1272
February 1272 212 -15 1469 36 1433
March 1433 93 -600 926 12 914
April 914 100 -6 1008 17 991
May 991 75 -3 1063 30 1033
June 1033 78 -1 1110 12 1098
July 1098 63 0 1161 0 1161
August 1161 76 -1 1236 16 1220
September 1220 83 -2 1301 88 1213
October 1213 85 -2 1296 32 1264
November 1264 70 -362 972 67 905
December 905 61 1 967 104 863

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9.8 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Peshawar


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Syed Asghar Ali Shah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Asst: Private Secretary 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 1 1 0
6 Nazir 8 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Bailiff/Chowkidar/Farash 2 3 3 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
42 192 0 234 82 152
Month-wise Breakup
January 42 24 0 66 9 57
February 57 9 0 66 4 62
March 62 44 0 106 5 101
April 101 11 0 112 7 105
May 105 9 0 114 9 105
June 105 13 0 118 10 108
July 108 14 0 122 8 114
August 114 5 0 119 3 116
September 116 8 0 124 0 124
October 124 41 0 165 6 159
November 159 8 0 167 16 151
December 151 6 0 157 5 152

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9.9 Special Court (Control of Narcotic Substances), Quetta


Name of the Chairman/Presiding Officer: Mr. Munawar Ahmed Shahwani
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 1 1 0
6 Nazir 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 0 1
9 Grade 1-3 - 5 4 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
28 50 0 78 56 22
Month-wise Breakup
January 28 0 0 28 0 28
February 28 2 0 30 0 30
March 30 0 0 30 0 30
April 30 0 0 30 0 30
May 30 40 0 70 5 65
June 65 2 0 67 0 67
July 67 0 0 67 0 67
August 67 3 0 70 0 70
September 70 1 0 71 27 44
October 44 0 0 44 19 25
November 25 1 0 26 3 23
December 23 1 0 24 2 22

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Special Courts
(Customs, Taxation & Anti-Smuggling)
Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling) | 121

10. Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti-Smuggling)


10.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Customs Act, 1969 was enforced with an aim to redress the issues regarding levy
and collection of customs duty, fee and service charges and for other allied matters.
Under section 185 of the Act, the Federal Government may appoint as many special
Judges (Customs, Taxation & Anti-smuggling) as it considers necessary and no person
shall be appointed as such Special Judge unless he is or has been a Sessions Judge.

10.2 Procedure of the Courts


A Special Judge Customs, Taxation & Anti-smuggling may within the limits of his
jurisdiction, take cognizance of any offence punishable under this Act upon a report in
writing made by an officer of Customs or by any other officer specially authorized in this
behalf by the Federal Government. A Special Judge may also take cognizance of any
offence punishable under this Act upon receiving a complaint or information of facts
constituting such offence made or communicated by any person or upon his own
knowledge acquired during any proceedings before him. In such cases the special judge
may, before issuing a summon or a warrant for appearance of the person complained
against, hold a preliminary inquiry for ascertaining the truth or falsehood of the
complaint or direct any magistrate or any officer of customs or any police officer to hold
such inquiry and submit report. No court other than the Special Judge having jurisdiction
shall try an offence punishable under this Act. The provisions of the Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1898 in so far as they are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act,
shall apply to the proceedings of the court of a Special Judge and such court shall be
deemed to be a Court of Sessions for the purposes of the said Code.
Four Special Courts of Customs, Taxation and Anti-Smuggling are functioning under the
Customs Act, 1969 (IV of 1969) at Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Peshawar each
presided over by a Special Judge.

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10.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Customs, Taxation & Anti-


Smuggling)

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
4 806 386 -14 465 713

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 806

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 713

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900

Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year
500

450

400

350

300

250
465
200 386
150

100

50

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

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10.4 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Rawalpindi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Ahmed Farooqi & Mumtaz Hussain
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 0 1
3 Stenotypist 11 1 1 0
4 Reader 9 1 1 0
5 UDC 7 1 1 0
6 LDC 7 1 1 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 0 1
11 Sanitary Worker 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
36 76 -7 105 68 37
Month-wise Breakup
January 36 15 0 51 13 38
February 38 5 0 43 8 35
March 35 7 0 42 7 35
April 35 16 0 51 7 44
May 44 12 0 56 16 40
June 40 2 0 42 0 42
July 42 1 0 43 0 43
August 43 2 -7 38 2 36
September 36 7 0 43 3 40
October 40 0 0 40 2 38
November 38 6 0 44 5 39
December 39 3 0 42 5 37

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10.5 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Azhar Chaudhry
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 0 1
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 5 1 1 0
7 Qasid 3 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
261 133 0 394 190 204
Month-wise Breakup
January 261 2 0 263 1 262
February 262 22 0 284 14 270
March 270 11 0 281 10 271
April 271 3 0 274 21 253
May 253 15 0 268 24 244
June 244 11 0 255 28 227
July 227 21 0 248 21 227
August 227 11 0 238 12 226
September 226 12 0 238 26 212
October 212 8 0 220 12 208
November 208 10 0 218 9 209
December 209 7 0 216 12 204

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10.6 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mrs. Sofia Latif
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 2 2 0
5 LDC 7 2 1 1
6 Driver 5 1 1 0
7 Qasid 3 2 0 2
8 Naib Qasid 2 3 3 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
435 119 -7 547 128 419
Month-wise Breakup
January 435 14 0 449 11 438
February 438 10 0 448 10 438
March 438 10 0 448 27 421
April 421 10 0 431 23 408
May 408 7 -7 408 6 402
June 402 14 0 416 10 406
July 406 7 0 413 5 408
August 408 13 0 421 13 408
September 408 16 0 424 20 404
October 404 2 0 406 3 403
November 403 7 0 410 0 410
December 410 9 0 419 0 419

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10.7 Special Court (Customs, Taxation & Anti Smuggling), Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Niaz Muhammad Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 LDC 7 1 1 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1&2 3 2 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
74 58 0 132 79 53
Month-wise Breakup
January 74 16 0 90 9 81
February 81 1 0 82 36 46
March 46 7 0 53 6 47
April 47 2 0 49 4 45
May 45 3 0 48 3 45
June 45 2 0 47 4 43
July 43 0 0 43 0 43
August 43 1 0 44 2 42
September 42 9 0 51 1 50
October 50 12 0 62 2 60
November 60 3 0 63 6 57
December 57 2 0 59 6 53

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Special Courts (Offences in Banks)
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11. Special Courts (Offences in Banks)


11.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Special Courts (Offences in Banks) are established under the Offences in Respect of
Banks (Special Courts) Ordinance, 1984 for speedy trial of certain offences committed in
respect of banks. Under section 3 of the Ordinance, the Federal Government may
establish as many special courts as it considers necessary to try scheduled offences and
appoint a Judge for each of such Courts to exercise jurisdiction under this Ordinance.
A Judge of a Special Court (Offences in Banks) shall be appointed by the Federal
Government after consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court of the Province
in which such Special Court is to be established and no person shall be appointed a
Judge of such Special Court unless he has been a Judge of High Court or is, or has been a
Sessions Judge.
11.2 Procedure of the Courts
A Special Court (Offences in Banks) shall not adjourn any trial for any purpose unless
such adjournment is, in its opinion, necessary in the interests of justice. Such Court may
try an accused person in his absence if, in its opinion, such absence is deliberate and
brought about with a view to impeding the course of justice or the behavior of the
accused in court has been such as to impede the course of justice and the Court has on
that account ordered his removal from the Court. An accused person shall not be
released on bail by such Special Court or by any other court, if there appears reasonable
grounds for believing that he has been guilty of a scheduled offence; nor shall an
accused person be so released unless the prosecution has been given notice to show
cause why he should not be so released. Such Special Court shall in all matters with
respect to which no procedure has been prescribed by this Ordinance, follow the
procedure prescribed by the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 for the trial of the cases
by a magistrate.
Four Special Courts (Offences in Banks), one each at Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and
Peshawar are functioning under Offences in Respect of Banks (Special Courts)
Ordinance, 1984.

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11.3 Consolidated Statement of Special Courts (Offences in Banks)

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
3 1271 367 0 456 1182

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 1271

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 1182

0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

500

450

400

350

300

250
456
200
367
150

100

50

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
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11.4 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Abdul Rashid
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,175,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Presiding Officer 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 Reader 16 1 0 1
5 APS 16 1 1 0
6 Assistant 14 1 1 0
7 UDC 9 1 1 0
8 LDC 7 2 2 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Daftary 2 1 1 0
11 Biliff 1 1 1 0
12 Qasid 2 1 1 0
13 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
14 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
15 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
889 299 0 1188 403 785
Month-wise Breakup
January 889 62 0 951 2 949
February 949 37 0 986 15 971
March 971 24 0 995 49 946
April 946 29 0 975 37 938
May 938 39 0 977 35 942
June 942 2 0 944 32 912
July 912 18 0 930 29 901
August 901 0 0 901 12 889
September 889 17 0 906 41 865
October 865 21 0 886 30 856
November 856 27 0 883 36 847
December 847 23 0 870 85 785

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11.5 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Arshad Noor Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Presiding Officer 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 16 1 1 0
5 Reader 11 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Daftary 2 1 1 0
11 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
12 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
375 63 0 438 49 389
Month-wise Breakup
January 375 2 0 377 0 377
February 377 14 0 391 0 391
March 391 9 0 400 0 400
April 400 3 0 403 0 403
May 403 7 0 410 0 410
June 410 5 0 415 0 415
July 415 4 0 419 0 419
August 419 0 0 419 0 419
September 419 9 0 428 3 425
October 425 1 0 426 7 419
November 419 7 0 426 20 406
December 406 2 0 408 19 389

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11.6 Special Court (Offences in Banks), Peshawar


Name of the Presiding Officer: Mr. Ikramullah Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,641,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Presiding Officer 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 UDC 9 1 1 0
5 LDC 7 1 1 0
6 Driver 4 1 1 0
7 Qasid 2 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Mali 1 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
7 5 0 12 14 8
Month-wise Breakup
January 7 0 0 7 1 6
February 6 0 0 6 1 5
March 5 0 0 5 1 4
April 4 0 0 4 0 4
May 4 0 0 4 0 4
June 4 2 0 6 1 5
July 5 1 0 6 0 6
August 6 0 0 6 0 6
September 6 0 0 6 0 6
October 6 2 0 8 0 8
November 8 0 0 8 0 8
December 8 0 0 8 0 8

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12. Insurance Appellate Tribunal


12.1 Establishment of the Tribunal
Section 121 of the Insurance Ordinance, 2000 empowers the Federal Government to
constitute a Tribunal or Tribunals in consultation with the Securities and Exchange
Commission of Pakistan to exercise jurisdiction under this Ordinance. The Federal
Government may confer all or any of the powers of the Tribunal on any District or
Additional District and Sessions Judge of an area where, for any reason, it may not be
expedient to constitute a separate Tribunal. The Tribunal consists of a Chairperson from
the serving or retired Judges of the High Court and not less than two members having
such knowledge or experience of life insurance, non-life insurance, actuarial science,
finance, economics, law, accountancy, administration or other discipline as would, in the
opinion of the Federal Government, enable them to discharge the duties and functions
as members of the Tribunal. The said Ordinance empowers the Tribunal to exercise all
the powers vested in a civil court under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 in respect of a
claim filed by a policy holder against Insurance Company. Similarly, the Tribunal has
been empowered with the same powers as are vested in the Court of Sessions under
the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 to try the offences punishable under this
Ordinance with such other powers and functions conferred or assigned to it by or under
this Ordinance.
12.2 Procedure of the Tribunal
Under section 123 of the said Ordinance the Tribunal has to follow procedure as may be
prescribed for trial of an application and have the same powers as are vested in a Civil
Court trying suit under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 for summoning and enforcing
the attendance of any person, examining him on oath, requiring the discovery and
production of documents and material objects, receiving evidence on affidavits and
issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses or documents. If, in the course of
the trial of an application, any one of its members ceases to hold office, or is, for any
reason, unable to attend the sittings of that Tribunal, the trial shall continue
notwithstanding such vacancy, and the decision may be given by the remaining

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members and if there is a difference of opinion among its members, the opinion of the
majority shall prevail provided that where the members are equally divided on any point
it shall be decided in accordance with the views of the Chairperson. The Ordinance also
provides that the decision of a Tribunal shall be given in writing and shall be signed by
the Chairperson and a copy thereof shall be given by the Tribunal to each party to the
dispute and a copy shall also be forwarded to the Commission.
12.3 Appeal
Under section 124 of the said Ordinance the decision of the Tribunal on any application
shall be final and shall not be questioned in any Court or before any other Authority.
However, any party aggrieved by a decision of the Tribunal may, if the amount of the
claim in dispute or the penalty prescribed, as the case may be, is not less than one
hundred thousand rupees, prefer an appeal to the High Court within a period of thirty
days from the date of such decision to be heard by a Bench of not less than two judges
of the High Court having territorial jurisdiction over the relevant Tribunal.

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12.4 Consolidated Statement of Insurance Appellate Tribunal

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
1 70 11 0 4 77

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 70

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 77

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

12

10

6
11

2 4

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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12.5 Insurance Appellate Tribunal, Karachi


Name of the Chairman: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): (Not Provided)

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 0 1

2 Member 20 1 0 1
3 APS 16 2 1 1

4 Reader 11 1 0 1
5 UDC 9 2 2 0

6 Driver 5 1 0 1
7 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
70 11 0 81 4 77

Month-wise Breakup
January 70 0 0 70 1 69

February 69 3 0 72 0 72

March 72 0 0 72 0 72

April 72 0 0 72 0 72

May 72 0 0 72 1 71

June 71 0 0 71 0 71

July 71 2 0 73 1 72

August 72 1 0 73 0 73

September 73 2 0 75 1 74

October 74 0 0 74 0 74

November 74 0 0 74 0 74

December 74 3 0 77 0 77

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13. Banking Courts


13.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Financial Institution (Recovery of Finances) Ordinance, 2001 has been promulgated
to redress the issues relating to the Banking Companies loans, advances, credits,
finances and recoveries, etc. Under section 5 of the said Ordinance the Federal
Government may establish as many courts as it considers necessary to exercise
jurisdiction in respect of cases in which the claim does not exceed fifty million rupees or
for the trial of offences under this Ordinance. A Judge of a Banking Court shall be
appointed by the Federal Government after consultation with the Chief Justice of the
High Court of the Province in which the Banking Court is established and no person shall
be appointed a Judge of a Banking Court unless he has been a Judge of High Court or is
or has been District Judge.

13.2 Procedure of the Courts


A Banking Court shall in all matters with respect to which the procedure has not been
provided under this Ordinance, follow the procedure laid down in the Code of Civil
Procedure, 1908 and the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898. Where a borrower or
customer or a financial institution commits a default in fulfillment of any obligation with
regard to any finance, the financial institution or, as the case may be, the customer may
institute a suit in the Banking Court by presenting a plaint which shall be verified on
oath, in the case of a financial institution, by the Branch Manager or such other officer
of the financial institution as may be duly authorized in this behalf by power of attorney
or otherwise. The plaint shall be supported by a statement of account which, in the
case of a financial institution, shall be duly certified under the Bankers Book Evidence
Act, 1891 (XVII of 1891), and all other relevant documents relating to the grant of
finance. Copies of the plaint, statement of account and other relevant documents shall
be filed in the Banking Court in sufficient numbers so that there is one set of copies for
each defendant and one extra copy.

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13.3 Consolidated Statement of Banking Courts

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
29 41550 22474 0 26772 37198

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 41550

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 37198

0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

27000

24000

21000

18000

15000
26772
12000
22474
9000

6000

3000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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13.4 Banking Court - I, Gujranwala


Name of the Judge: Mr. Zulfiqar Lone
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,620,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 0 1
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 2 1
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2099 804 0 2903 973 1930
Month-wise Breakup
January 2099 90 0 2189 130 2059
February 2059 117 0 2176 128 2048
March 2048 64 0 2112 76 2036
April 2036 63 0 2099 77 2022
May 2022 64 0 2086 86 2000
June 2000 78 0 2078 66 2012
July 2012 83 0 2095 47 2048
August 2048 26 0 2074 47 2027
September 2027 64 0 2091 94 1997
October 1997 74 0 2071 105 1966
November 1966 23 0 1989 51 1938
December 1938 58 0 1996 66 1930

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13.5 Banking Court - II, Gujranwala


Name of the Judge: Mr. Masood Arshad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,427,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 2 1
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1732 669 0 2401 693 1708
Month-wise Breakup
January 1732 64 0 1796 75 1721
February 1721 39 0 1760 107 1653
March 1653 70 0 1723 91 1632
April 1632 43 0 1675 56 1619
May 1619 74 0 1693 84 1609
June 1609 61 0 1670 96 1574
July 1574 35 0 1609 28 1581
August 1581 56 0 1637 32 1605
September 1605 44 0 1649 46 1603
October 1603 69 0 1672 53 1619
November 1619 23 0 1642 11 1631
December 1631 91 0 1722 14 1708

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13.6 Banking Court - I, Faisalabad


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Azam
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,943,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2899 991 0 3890 1094 2796
Month-wise Breakup
January 2899 54 0 2953 50 2903
February 2903 107 0 3010 204 2806
March 2806 39 0 2845 151 2694
April 2694 71 0 2765 163 2602
May 2602 53 0 2655 108 2547
June 2547 180 0 2727 137 2590
July 2590 173 0 2763 55 2708
August 2708 73 0 2781 35 2746
September 2746 86 0 2832 69 2763
October 2763 37 0 2800 28 2772
November 2772 45 0 2817 14 2803
December 2803 73 0 2876 80 2796

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13.7 Banking Court - II, Faisalabad


Name of the Judge: Mr. Yousaf Aujela
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,024,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 4 4 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 3 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2978 1254 0 4232 2335 1897
Month-wise Breakup
January 2978 56 0 3034 4 3030
February 3030 145 0 3175 20 3155
March 3155 77 0 3232 129 3103
April 3103 138 0 3241 127 3114
May 3114 102 0 3216 366 2850
June 2850 161 0 3011 457 2554
July 2554 72 0 2626 124 2502
August 2502 117 0 2619 203 2416
September 2416 111 0 2527 284 2243
October 2243 96 0 2339 282 2057
November 2057 110 0 2167 150 2017
December 2017 69 0 2086 189 1897

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13.8 Banking Court - I, Lahore


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Nawaz
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,903,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 0 1
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 1 1
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2707 2061 0 4768 2764 2004
Month-wise Breakup
January 2707 66 0 2773 0 2773
February 2773 89 0 2862 143 2719
March 2719 147 0 2866 309 2557
April 2557 104 0 2661 169 2492
May 2492 197 0 2689 375 2314
June 2314 239 0 2553 361 2192
July 2192 97 0 2289 114 2175
August 2175 169 0 2344 100 2244
September 2244 161 0 2405 286 2119
October 2119 166 0 2285 248 2037
November 2037 274 0 2311 302 2009
December 2009 352 0 2361 357 2004

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13.9 Banking Court - II, Lahore


Name of the Judge: Mr. Ghaffar Jalil
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,658,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Personnel Secretary 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 1 1
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Farash 1 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2897 1680 0 4577 2346 2231
Month-wise Breakup
January 2897 134 0 3031 10 3021
February 3021 146 0 3167 21 3146
March 3146 161 0 3307 299 3008
April 3008 103 0 3111 342 2769
May 2769 132 0 2901 334 2567
June 2567 167 0 2734 293 2441
July 2441 133 0 2574 222 2352
August 2352 85 0 2437 61 2376
September 2376 122 0 2498 216 2282
October 2282 132 0 2414 260 2154
November 2154 108 0 2262 264 1998
December 1998 257 0 2255 24 2231

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13.10 Banking Court - III, Lahore


Name of the Judge: Mr. Mehar Muhammad Nawaz
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,293,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2884 2492 0 5376 2420 2956
Month-wise Breakup
January 2884 318 0 3202 255 2947
February 2947 190 0 3137 281 2856
March 2856 240 0 3096 220 2876
April 2876 221 0 3097 199 2898
May 2898 242 0 3140 248 2892
June 2892 223 0 3115 269 2846
July 2846 95 0 2941 133 2808
August 2808 304 0 3112 61 3051
September 3051 232 0 3283 208 3075
October 3075 157 0 3232 214 3018
November 3018 157 0 3175 189 2986
December 2986 113 0 3099 143 2956

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13.11 Banking Court - IV, Lahore


Name of the Judge: Mr. Qasir Nazir Butt (Additional Charge)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,448,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
2891 1455 0 4346 2606 1740
Month-wise Breakup
January 2891 116 0 3007 0 3007
February 3007 144 0 3151 49 3102
March 3102 105 0 3207 233 2974
April 2974 55 0 3029 422 2607
May 2607 88 0 2695 478 2217
June 2217 160 0 2377 315 2062
July 2062 112 0 2174 183 1991
August 1991 64 0 2055 42 2013
September 2013 158 0 2171 260 1911
October 1911 144 0 2055 190 1865
November 1865 167 0 2032 272 1760
December 1760 142 0 1902 162 1740

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13.12 Banking Court, Bahawalpur


Name of the Judge: Ch. Mehmood ul Hassan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,760,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 0 1
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1640 799 0 2439 878 1561
Month-wise Breakup
January 1640 17 0 1657 0 1657
February 1657 34 0 1691 55 1636
March 1636 42 0 1678 78 1600
April 1600 47 0 1647 101 1546
May 1546 44 0 1590 113 1477
June 1477 87 0 1564 145 1419
July 1419 182 0 1601 133 1468
August 1468 64 0 1532 15 1517
September 1517 142 0 1659 147 1512
October 1512 86 0 1598 13 1585
November 1585 40 0 1625 72 1553
December 1553 14 0 1567 6 1561

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13.13 Banking Court, Rawalpindi


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Arshad Ali
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,455,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 1 1
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
7 Bailiff 2 2 1 1
9 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
683 1231 0 1941 1139 775
Month-wise Breakup
January 683 120 0 803 149 654
February 654 115 0 769 89 680
March 680 110 0 790 86 704
April 704 138 0 842 76 766
May 766 111 0 877 141 736
June 736 116 0 852 113 739
July 739 81 0 820 74 746
August 746 29 0 775 21 754
September 754 89 0 843 52 791
October 791 104 0 895 131 764
November 764 98 0 862 131 731
December 731 120 0 851 76 775

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13.14 Banking Court, Sargodha


Name of the Judge: Khawaja Hassan Wali
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,664,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
935 973 0 1908 931 977
Month-wise Breakup
January 935 13 0 948 1 947
February 947 139 0 1086 129 957
March 957 70 0 1027 63 964
April 964 122 0 1086 82 1004
May 1004 116 0 1120 119 1001
June 1001 80 0 1081 119 962
July 962 120 0 1082 108 974
August 974 28 0 1002 29 973
September 973 83 0 1056 116 940
October 940 68 0 1008 68 940
November 940 27 0 967 42 925
December 925 107 0 1032 55 977

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13.15 Banking Court - I, Multan


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Ashraf Gill
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,286,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
9 Farash 2 1 1 0
10 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1906 875 0 2781 955 1826
Month-wise Breakup
January 1906 61 0 1967 65 1902
February 1902 130 0 2032 72 1960
March 1960 71 0 2031 117 1914
April 1914 118 0 2032 123 1909
May 1909 71 0 1980 111 1869
June 1869 65 0 1934 37 1897
July 1897 2 0 1899 9 1890
August 1890 76 0 1966 52 1914
September 1914 83 0 1997 73 1924
October 1924 68 0 1992 87 1905
November 1905 70 0 1975 115 1860
December 1860 60 0 1920 94 1826

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13.16 Banking Court - II, Multan


Name of the Judge: Sheikh Khalid Bashir
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,175,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailif 2 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1740 1019 0 2759 1305 1454
Month-wise Breakup
January 1740 44 0 1784 79 1705
February 1705 125 0 1830 138 1692
March 1692 103 0 1795 157 1638
April 1638 117 0 1755 191 1564
May 1564 85 0 1649 166 1483
June 1483 123 0 1606 133 1473
July 1473 87 0 1560 85 1475
August 1475 37 0 1512 24 1488
September 1488 99 0 1587 83 1504
October 1504 76 0 1580 95 1485
November 1485 70 0 1555 85 1470
December 1470 53 0 1523 69 1454

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13.17 Banking Court - III, Multan


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Saeedullah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 60,102,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 3 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1636 960 0 2596 1378 1218
Month-wise Breakup
January 1636 134 0 1770 189 1581
February 1581 91 0 1672 147 1525
March 1525 114 0 1639 161 1478
April 1478 46 0 1524 21 1503
May 1503 49 0 1552 44 1508
June 1508 54 0 1562 50 1512
July 1512 83 0 1595 134 1461
August 1461 74 0 1535 120 1415
September 1415 95 0 1510 178 1332
October 1332 69 0 1401 148 1253
November 1253 77 0 1330 121 1209
December 1209 74 0 1283 65 1218

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13.18 Banking Court – I, Karachi


Name of the Judge: Mrs. Naseem Mansoor
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,405,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 Nazir 8 1 1 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 1 2 1 1
10 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Farash 1 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1296 389 0 1685 482 1111
Month-wise Breakup
January 1296 35 0 1331 70 1261
February 1261 60 0 1321 61 1260
March 1260 32 0 1292 55 1237
April 1237 36 0 1273 57 1216
May 1216 14 0 1230 58 1172
June 1172 17 0 1189 37 1152
July 1152 37 0 1189 31 1158
August 1158 53 0 1211 31 1180
September 1180 19 0 1199 18 1181
October 1181 2 0 1183 1 1182
November 1182 58 0 1240 15 1225
December *1133 26 0 1159 48 1111
*Difference of -92 cases found in the month of December due to Physical Verification

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13.19 Banking Court – II, Karachi


Name of the Judge: Ms. Hafiza Usman
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,988,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
10 Farash 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
854 388 0 1242 420 822
Month-wise Breakup
January 854 34 0 888 35 853
February 853 59 0 912 15 897
March 897 52 0 949 28 921
April 921 36 0 957 98 859
May 859 39 0 898 87 811
June 811 20 0 831 15 816
July 816 29 0 845 22 823
August 823 37 0 860 21 839
September 839 27 0 866 18 848
October 848 19 0 867 18 849
November 849 26 0 875 31 844
December 844 10 0 854 32 822

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13.20 Banking Court – III, Karachi


Name of the Judge: Mrs. Farzana Iqbal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,395,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 2 1
6 LDC 7 2 1 1
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
10 Farash 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1003 339 0 1342 505 837
Month-wise Breakup
January 1003 41 0 1044 75 969
February 969 54 0 1023 30 993
March 993 6 0 999 3 996
April 996 47 0 1043 57 986
May 986 9 0 995 49 946
June 946 6 0 952 43 909
July 909 21 0 930 30 900
August 900 47 0 947 30 917
September 917 35 0 952 71 881
October 881 21 0 902 51 851
November 851 27 0 878 43 835
December 835 25 0 860 23 837

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13.21 Banking Court – IV, Karachi


Name of the Judge: Mrs. Sher Bano Karim
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,910,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 0 1
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 1 2 1 1
10 Farash 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
821 160 0 981 221 760
Month-wise Breakup
January 821 27 0 848 9 839
February 839 36 0 875 14 861
March 861 6 0 867 8 859
April 859 22 0 881 37 844
May 844 20 0 864 26 838
June 838 5 0 843 13 830
July 830 11 0 841 5 836
August 836 12 0 848 9 839
September 839 6 0 845 17 828
October 828 4 0 832 24 808
November 808 10 0 818 23 795
December 795 1 0 796 36 760

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Banking Courts | 163

13.22 Banking Court – V, Karachi


Name of the Judge: Ms. Sher Bano Karim (Additional Charge)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,296,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 1 1
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
948 20 0 968 39 961
Month-wise Breakup
January 948 7 0 955 4 951
February 951 6 0 957 9 948
March 948 2 0 950 13 937
April 937 1 0 938 1 937
May 937 0 0 937 3 934
June 934 3 0 937 0 937
July 937 0 0 937 2 935
August 935 0 0 935 0 935
September 935 0 0 935 0 935
October 935 1 0 936 2 934
November 934 0 0 934 0 934
December *966 0 0 966 5 961
*Difference of 32 cases is due to Physical Verification in the month of December, 2014

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Banking Courts | 164

13.23 Banking Court – I, Hyderabad


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Azeem
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,246,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 0 1
2 Registrar 18 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1783 345 0 2128 403 1725
Month-wise Breakup
January 1783 51 0 1834 43 1791
February 1791 49 0 1840 54 1786
March 1786 60 0 1846 36 1810
April 1810 4 0 1814 3 1811
May 1811 0 0 1811 5 1806
June 1806 18 0 1824 70 1754
July 1754 2 0 1756 34 1722
August 1722 41 0 1763 22 1741
September 1741 16 0 1757 47 1710
October 1710 38 0 1748 52 1696
November 1696 47 0 1743 27 1716
December 1716 19 0 1735 10 1725

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Banking Courts | 165

13.24 Banking Court – II, Hyderabad


Name of the Judge: Mrs. Zareena Abbasi
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,277,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 0 1
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 0 1
8 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
10 Farash 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1395 1190 0 2585 541 2044
Month-wise Breakup
January 1395 54 0 1449 79 1370
February 1370 52 0 1422 19 1403
March 1403 92 0 1495 36 1459
April 1459 132 0 1591 27 1564
May 1564 113 0 1677 46 1631
June 1631 78 0 1709 73 1636
July 1636 98 0 1734 26 1708
August 1708 15 0 1723 34 1689
September 1689 236 0 1925 39 1886
October 1886 36 0 1922 91 1831
November 1831 196 0 2027 58 1969
December 1969 88 0 2057 13 2044

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Banking Courts | 166

13.25 Banking Court – I, Sukkur


Name of the Judge: Mr. Abdul Rehman Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,528,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 1 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
10 Farash 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
995 733 0 1728 585 1143
Month-wise Breakup
January 995 44 0 1039 48 991
February 991 165 0 1156 80 1076
March 1076 55 0 1131 36 1095
April 1095 45 0 1140 65 1075
May 1075 48 0 1123 77 1046
June 1046 100 0 1146 34 1112
July 1112 10 0 1122 7 1115
August 1115 14 0 1129 39 1090
September 1090 19 0 1109 15 1094
October 1094 45 0 1139 29 1110
November 1110 111 0 1221 80 1141
December 1141 77 0 1218 75 1143

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Banking Courts | 167

13.26 Banking Court – II, Sukkur


Name of the Judge: Mr. Jan Muhammad Lanjar
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,346,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 2 1
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 3 1 1 0
9 Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
633 319 0 952 205 747
Month-wise Breakup
January 633 77 0 710 17 693
February 693 7 0 700 7 693
March 693 1 0 694 6 688
April 688 0 0 688 32 656
May 656 49 0 705 6 699
June 699 0 0 699 19 680
July 680 0 0 680 3 677
August 677 76 0 753 13 740
September 740 27 0 767 44 723
October 723 11 0 734 22 712
November 712 18 0 730 24 706
December 706 53 0 759 12 747

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Banking Courts | 168

13.27 Banking Court – I, Larkana


Name of the Judge: Mr. Zulfiqar Ali
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,766,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 3 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
287 111 0 398 190 208
Month-wise Breakup
January 287 9 0 296 21 275
February 275 15 0 290 42 248
March 248 21 0 269 20 249
April 249 8 0 257 18 239
May 239 9 0 248 11 237
June 237 6 0 243 12 231
July 231 9 0 240 6 234
August 234 4 0 238 14 224
September 224 5 0 229 17 212
October 212 9 0 221 9 212
November 212 8 0 220 7 213
December 213 8 0 221 13 208

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Banking Courts | 169

13.28 Banking Court – II, Larkana


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Shahid Shafiq
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,315,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 3 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
165 85 0 250 116 134
Month-wise Breakup
January 165 19 0 184 27 157
February 157 13 0 170 9 161
March 161 6 0 167 3 164
April 164 7 0 171 12 159
May 159 7 0 166 11 155
June 155 6 0 161 5 156
July 156 0 0 156 0 156
August 156 6 0 162 14 148
September 148 5 0 153 6 147
October 147 2 0 149 1 148
November 148 5 0 153 12 141
December 141 9 0 150 16 134

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Banking Courts | 170

13.29 Banking Court, Abbotabad


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Irshad Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,923,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 2 1
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
193 271 0 464 211 253
Month-wise Breakup
January 193 20 0 213 26 187
February 187 148 0 335 22 313
March 313 16 0 329 21 308
April 308 22 0 330 30 300
May 300 11 0 311 28 283
June 283 0 0 283 0 283
July 283 4 0 287 15 272
August* 278 12 0 290 17 273
September 273 9 0 282 14 268
October 268 0 0 268 0 268
November 268 23 0 291 19 272
December 272 6 0 278 19 259
*Difference of 6 cases is found in the month of August due to Physical Verification

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Banking Courts | 171

13.30 Banking Court - I, Peshawar


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Tariq Wali
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 1,065,700/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 2 2 1 1
10 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
398 516 0 914 449 465
Month-wise Breakup
January 398 0 0 398 0 398
February 398 123 0 521 22 499
March 499 45 0 544 55 489
April 489 59 0 548 71 477
May 477 30 0 507 58 449
June 449 32 0 481 45 436
July 436 9 0 445 36 409
August 409 8 0 417 22 395
September 395 108 0 503 59 444
October 444 45 0 489 37 452
November 452 46 0 498 25 473
December 473 11 0 484 19 465

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Banking Courts | 172

13.31 Banking Court - II, Peshawar


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Hamid Mughal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,598,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 0 1
3 Reader 11 1 1 0
4 Nazir 8 1 1 0
5 UDC 9 3 3 0
6 LDC 7 2 2 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Bailiff 2 2 1 1
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Farash 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
889 167 0 1056 450 606
Month-wise Breakup
January 889 12 0 901 18 883
February 883 0 0 883 6 877
March 877 22 0 899 11 888
April 888 25 0 913 49 864
May 864 10 0 874 105 769
June 769 16 0 785 95 690
July 690 8 0 698 45 653
August 653 5 0 658 4 654
September 654 29 0 683 17 666
October 666 15 0 681 27 654
November 654 13 0 667 38 629
December 629 12 0 641 35 606

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Banking Courts | 173

13.32 Banking Court, Quetta


Name of the Judge: Mr. Muhammad Abdullah Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,626,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Reader 11 1 1 0
5 Nazir 8 1 1 0
6 UDC 9 3 3 0
7 LDC 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Bailiff 2 2 2 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Farash 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
263 178 0 441 138 303
Month-wise Breakup
January 263 0 0 263 0 263
February 263 4 0 267 18 249
March 249 3 0 252 11 241
April 241 10 0 251 15 236
May 236 3 0 239 11 228
June 228 0 0 228 0 228
July 228 2 0 230 9 221
August 221 2 0 223 6 217
September 217 23 0 240 9 231
October 231 30 0 261 3 258
November 258 80 0 338 36 302
December 302 21 0 323 20 303

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Commercial Courts
Commercial Courts | 177

14. Commercial Courts


14.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Import and Export Act, 1950 provides for the establishment of Commercial Courts.
Under section 5A of the said Act the Federal Government may establish as many
Commercial Courts as it considers necessary. A Commercial Court shall consist of a
person who is or has been either a Sessions Judge or High Court Judge, who shall be the
Chairman, and two members to be appointed by the Federal Government from amongst
the officers of the Federal Government not below BPS-19 to be nominated by the
Ministry of Commerce from businessmen or Executives whose names appear on the
panel of such persons to be drawn by the Federal Government in consultation with the
Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

14.2 Procedure of the Courts


A Commercial Court shall, in all matters with respect to which no procedure has been
prescribed by this Act, follow the procedure prescribed by the Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1898 for trial of cases by magistrates, and a person conducting prosecution
before a Commercial Court shall be deemed to be a Public Prosecutor. An appeal may
be filed against the decision of the Commercial Court to the High Court within thirty
days. No act or proceedings of a Commercial Court shall be invalid by reason only of the
absence of one or more members, or the existence of any vacancy amongst its
members, or any defect in its composition provided that the Court shall not hear a case
in the absence of the Chairman. A Commercial Court shall, as far as may be, dispose of a
matter within a period of ninety days from the filing of the complaint. However, any
decision of the Commercial Court shall not be rendered invalid by reason of any delay in
the disposal of a matter.
In view of data received from the concerned quarters a Commercial Court has been
established under the said Act for Sindh and Balochistan at Karachi. Similarly, two
Commercial Courts have been established for Karachi and Lahore.

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Commercial Courts | 178

14.3 Consolidated Statement of Commercial Courts

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
2 22 7 0 4 25

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 22

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 25

0 5 10 15 20 25 30
Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

4
7
3

2 4

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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Commercial Courts | 179

14.4 Commercial Court for Punjab & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Lahore


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 1,914,696/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 APS 16 2 2 0
2 Reader 11 1 0 1

3 LDC 7 1 1 0

4 Qasid 3 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
18 0 0 18 0 18

Month-wise Breakup

January 18 0 0 18 0 18

February 18 0 0 18 0 18

March 18 0 0 18 0 18

April 18 0 0 18 0 18

May 18 0 0 18 0 18

June 18 0 0 18 0 18

July 18 0 0 18 0 18

August 18 0 0 18 0 18

September 18 0 0 18 0 18

October 18 0 0 18 0 18

November 18 0 0 18 0 18

December 18 0 0 18 0 18

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Commercial Courts | 180

14.5 Commercial Court, Karachi


Name of the Presiding Officer: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,157,000/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength

1 Reader 11 1 1 0

2 UDC 9 1 1 0

3 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
4 7 0 11 4 7

Month-wise Breakup

January 4 0 0 4 0 4

February 4 0 0 4 1 3

March 3 0 0 3 0 3

April 3 0 0 3 0 3

May 3 0 0 3 1 2

June 2 4 0 6 1 5

July 5 2 0 7 0 7

August 7 1 0 8 0 8

September 8 0 0 8 0 8

October 8 0 0 8 0 8

November 8 0 0 8 1 7

December 7 0 0 7 0 7

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Federal Service Tribunal
Federal Service Tribunal | 183

15. Federal Service Tribunal


The Service Tribunals Act, 1973 was enacted to establish Service Tribunals to exercise
jurisdictions in respect of matters relating to the terms and conditions of service of civil
servants. Under section 3 of the Service Tribunals Act, 1973, the President may,
establish one or more Service Tribunals to exercise jurisdiction under this Act. The
Tribunal shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of matters relating to the terms and
conditions of service of civil servants, including disciplinary matters. The Tribunal shall
consist of a Chairman, being a person who is, or has been, or is qualified to be a Judge of
a High Court; and such number of members not less than three, each of whom is a
person who possesses qualifications as prescribed under the rules. The Chairman and
members of the Tribunal shall be appointed by the President.

15.1 Branch Registries of the Tribunal


In addition to the principal seat of the Federal Service Tribunal at Islamabad, two
permanent benches one each at Lahore and Karachi, have been established to facilitate
the civil servants of those regions.

15.2 Procedure to file Appeal before the Tribunal


Any civil servant aggrieved by any final order, whether original or appellate, made by
departmental authority in respect of any of the terms and conditions of his/her service
may, within 30 days of the communication of such order to him, prefer an appeal to the
respective tribunal having jurisdiction in the matter. Where an appeal, review or
representation to a departmental authority is provided under any law or any rules no
appeal shall lie against any such order to the Tribunal unless the aggrieved civil servant
has preferred an appeal or application for review or representation to such
departmental authority and a period of 90 days has elapsed from the date on which
such appeal, application or representation was so preferred.

15.3 Appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan


In case any party to the appeal is not satisfied with the order of the Tribunal, such party
may file appeal before the Supreme Court of Pakistan within 60 days of the date of
communication of the said order / judgment.

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Federal Service Tribunal | 184

15.4 Consolidated Statement of Federal Service Tribunal

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
3 5380 1516 24 514 6406

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 5380

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 6406

0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

1600

1400

1200

1000

800
1516

600

400
514
200

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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15.5 Federal Service Tribunal, Islamabad (Principal Seat)


Name of the Chairman: Mr. Justice (R) Sheikh Ahmad Farooq
Name of the Members: 1. Mr. Muhammad Arshad Bhatti
2. Qazi Afaq Hussain
3. Syed Arshad Ali
4. Syed Rafique Hussain Shah
5. Dr. Nazir Saeed
6. Mr. Muhammad Javaid Iqbal Kasi
7. Syed Muhammad Hamid
8. Syed Nazir Ali Shah
9. Mr. Salman Ansari
10. Mr. Ishtiaq Ahmed
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 142,219,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials

Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant


Strength Strength
1 Chairman Judge H.C 1 1 0

2 Member 21&22 10 10 0
3 Registrar 19 1 1 0
4 Deputy Registrar 18 3 0 3

5 Administrative Officer 17 1 1 0

6 Private Secretary 17,18&19 11 11 0

7 Assistant Registrar 17 4 3 1
8 Superintendent 16 1 0 1

9 Reader 16 5 2 3
10 APS 16 8 5 3

11 Assistant in charge 15 2 2 0

12 Assistant 14 6 5 1
13 Stenotypist 14 3 3 0

14 Library Assistant 12 1 1 0

15 UDC 9 9 9 0

16 LDC 7 12 12 0

17 Driver 4 13 13 0
18 Dispatch Rider 4 2 2 0

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Federal Service Tribunal | 186

19 D.M.O 4 1 1 0

20 Qasid 2 10 8 2

21 Naib Qasid 1 16 16 0
22 Process Server 1 3 3 0
23 Daftary 1 1 1 0

24 Record Sorter 1 1 0 1

25 Farash 1 3 2 1

26 Mali 1 2 2 0

27 Chowkidar 1 3 3 0

28 Sweeper 1 4 4 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
4097 1210 3 5310 419 4891

Month-wise Breakup
January 4097 41 0 4138 0 4138

February 4138 59 0 4197 0 4197

March 4197 74 0 4271 0 4271

April 4271 171 0 4442 0 4442

May 4442 54 0 4496 0 4496

June 4496 60 0 4556 0 4556

July 4556 46 0 4602 0 4602

August 4602 50 0 4652 0 4652

September 4652 99 0 4751 0 4751

October 4751 112 0 4863 56 4807

November 4807 194 1 5002 162 4840

December 4840 250 2 5092 201 4891

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Federal Service Tribunal | 187

15.6 Federal Service Tribunal, Lahore Bench


Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
797 163 18 978 59 919
Month-wise Breakup
January 797 14 0 811 0 811
February 811 12 0 823 0 823
March 823 6 0 829 0 829
April 829 14 0 843 0 843
May 843 9 0 852 0 852
June 852 5 0 857 0 857
July 857 17 0 874 0 874
August 874 8 0 882 2 880
September 880 8 0 888 1 887
October 887 10 0 897 9 888
November 888 23 2 913 19 894
December 894 37 16 947 28 919

15.7 Federal Service Tribunal, Karachi Bench


Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
486 143 3 632 36 596
Month-wise Breakup
January 486 8 0 494 0 494
February 494 9 0 503 0 503
March 503 11 0 514 0 514
April 514 9 0 523 0 523
May 523 12 0 535 0 535
June 535 7 0 542 0 542
July 542 23 0 565 0 565
August 565 26 0 591 0 591
September 591 3 0 594 0 594
October 594 15 0 609 3 606
November 606 8 3 617 14 603
December 603 12 0 615 19 596

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16. Competition Appellate Tribunal


16.1 Establishment of the Competition Commission of Pakistan
The Competition Commission of Pakistan was established under section 12 of the
Competition Act, 2010 to make provisions to ensure free competition in all spheres of
commercial and economic activities to enhance economic efficiency and to protect
consumers from anti-competitive behavior and to provide for the establishment of the
Competition Commission of Pakistan to maintain and enhance competition. The
Commission consists of not less than five and not more than seven members. The head
office of the Commission is situated in Islamabad.

16.2 Procedure of the Commission


Section 28 of the said Act provides the functions and powers of the Commission inter
alia to initiate proceedings in accordance with the procedures of the Competition Act
and make orders in cases of contravention of the provisions of the said Act to conduct
studies for promoting competition in all sectors of commercial and economic activities,
to conduct enquiries into the affairs of any undertaking as may be necessary for the
purpose of the said Act and to engage in competition advocacy. The Competition
Commission of Pakistan has for the purpose of proceeding or enquiry the same powers
under section 33 as are vested to Civil Court. The Commission under section 38 is
empowered to impose penalties. An appeal lies to an Appellate Bench of the
Commission under section 41 of the Act within thirty days after passing the order by the
Commission.

16.3 Competition Appellate Tribunal


The Federal Government constitutes the Competition Appellate Tribunal which consists
of a Chairperson who shall be a person who has been a Judge of the Supreme Court or is
a retired Chief Justice of a High Court and two technical members who shall be persons
of ability, integrity and have special knowledge and professional experience of not less
than ten years in international trade, economics, law, finance and accountancy. Under
section 42 of the Competition Act, 2010 any person aggrieved by an order of the
Commission comprising two or more members or of the Appellate Bench of the

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Commission may prefer an appeal to the Competition Appellate Tribunal. The


Competition Appellate Tribunal shall decide an appeal expeditiously within six months
of its presentation. Under section 44 of the Competition Act, 2010 any person aggrieved
by an order of the Competition Appellate Tribunal may prefer an appeal within sixty
days to the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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16.4 Consolidated Statement of Competition Appellate Tribunal

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
1
49 0 0 0 49

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 49

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 49

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
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28

24

20

16

12

0 0
0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
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16.5 Competition Appellate Tribunal, Islamabad


Name of the Chairperson: Raja Imran Aziz
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 30,870,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned and Working Strength of Officers/ Officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairperson - 1 0 1
2 Members 22 2 1 1
3 Registrar 18 1 1 0
4 Private Secretary 17 3 1 2
5 Administrative Officer 17 1 1 0
6 APS 16 3 0 3
7 Reader 14 1 0 1
8 Computer Operator 14 1 0 1
9 Stenotypist 14 1 0 1
10 UDC 9 4 0 4
11 Driver 4 4 0 4
12 Dispatch Rider 4 1 0 1
13 Qasid 2 1 1 0
14 Bailiff 1 1 0 1
15 Cook 1 1 0 1
16 Room Bearer 1 1 0 1
17 Naib Qasid 1 6 1 5
18 Mali 1 1 0 1
19 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
20 Sweeper 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
49 0 0 49 0 49
Month-wise Breakup
January 49 0 0 49 0 49
February 49 0 0 49 0 49
March 49 0 0 49 0 49
April 49 0 0 49 0 49
May 49 0 0 49 0 49
June 49 0 0 49 0 49

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July 49 0 0 49 0 49
August 49 0 0 49 0 49
September 49 0 0 49 0 49
October 49 0 0 49 0 49
November 49 0 0 49 0 49
December 49 0 0 49 0 49

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17. Provincial Service Tribunals


17.1 Establishment of Provincial Service Tribunals
The provincial service tribunals are established under the provincial service tribunals Acts
in each province to exercise exclusive jurisdiction in matters relating to the terms and
conditions of service of the civil servants of respective province and for matters
connected therewith and ancillary thereto. Provisions of the provincial statutes empower
the provincial governors to establish one or more service tribunals to exercise jurisdiction
under the relevant statute to redress grievances of provincial civil servants. The Tribunal
shall consist of a Chairman, being a person who is, or has been, or is qualified to be a
Judge of the High Court and such number of members not less than three, each of whom
is a person who possesses prescribed qualification. The Chairman and members of the
Tribunal shall be appointed by the Governor or Provincial Government, as the case may
be.
17.2 Procedure to File Appeal before the Tribunal
Any provincial civil servant aggrieved by any final order, whether original or appellate,
made by departmental authority in respect of any term and condition of his/her service
may, within 30 days of the communication of such order to him, prefer an appeal to the
respective Tribunal having jurisdiction in the matter. Where an appeal, review or
representation to a departmental authority is provided under any law or any rule, no
appeal shall lie against any such order to the Tribunal unless the aggrieved civil servant
has preferred an appeal or application for review or representation to such departmental
authority and a period of 90 days has elapsed from the date on which such appeal,
application or representation was so preferred.
17.3 Appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan
In case any party to the appeal is not satisfied with the order of the Provincial Tribunal,
such party may file appeal before the Supreme Court of Pakistan within 60 days of the
date of communication of the said order / judgment.

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17.4 Consolidated Statement of Provincial Service Tribunals

Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal During Balance on


Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated the Year 31-12-2014
4 7925 8033 1949 5243 12664

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 7925

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 12664

0 2500 5000 7500 10000 12500


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9000

8000

7000

6000

5000

4000 8033

3000
5243
2000

1000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

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17.5 Punjab Service Tribunal, Lahore

Name of Chairman: Justice(R) Muhammad Sayyed Akhtar


Name of the Members: 1. Mr. Shahid Ahmad Bhutta
2. Mr. Maqsood Ahmad Lak
3. Mr. Jawad ul Hassan
4. Mr. Ashtar Abbas
5. Mr. Muhammad Hafeez ullah Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 60,099,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Members 21 6 5 1
3 Registrar 18 1 1 0
4 Assistant Registrar 17 1 1 0
5 Superintendent 16 6 2 4
6 Private Secretary 17 3 2 2
7 Personal Assistant 16 7 5 2
8 S. APS 16 1 1 0
9 Assistant Librarian 15 1 1 0
10 APS 14 6 6 0
11 Assistant 14 4 4 0
12 Senior Clerk 9 10 10 0
13 Junior Clerk/ Telephone Attendant 7 8 8 0
14 Driver 4&5 9 9 0
15 Dispatch Rider 4 1 1 0
16 Daftri 3 2 2 0
17 Naib Qasid 1&2 14 14 0
18 Chowkidar 1 2 2 0
19 Sanitary Worker 1&2 3 3 0

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Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases

Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on


1-1-2014 during the Abated/ during the 31-12-2014
year Restored/ year
Re-opened
3670 4378 1845 9893 3731 6162
Month-wise Breakup
January 3670 100 1858 5628 81 5547
February 5547 219 -24 5742 257 5485
March 5485 274 -11 5748 243 5505
April 5505 170 8 5683 306 5377
May 5377 225 6 5608 429 5179
June 5179 241 2 5422 321 5101
July 5101 286 -10 5377 306 5071
August 5071 0 0 5071 0 5071
September 5071 740 1 5812 447 5365
October 5365 746 -70 6041 495 5546
November 5546 770 78 6394 439 5955
December 5955 607 7 6569 407 6162

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17.6 Sindh Service Tribunal, Karachi


Name of Chairman Justice (R) Mujeebullah Siddiqui (1.1.2014 – 31.12.2014)

Name of the Members: Mr. Ameer Faisal (1.1.2014 – 31.12.2014)


Mr. Farooq Azam Memon (24.2.2014 – 24.8.2014)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15) Rs. 43,623,400/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman - 1 1 0
2 Member I & II 21&20 2 2 0
3 Registrar 18 1 0 1
4 PS to Chairman 17 1 0 1
5 Assistant Registrar 16 1 0 1
6 Superintendent 16 1 1 0
7 Sr. Scale APSs 16 4 4 1
8 Assistant 14 3 3 1
9 Data Processing Assistants 12 2 1 1
10 Reader 11 1 1 0
11 Senior Clerks 9 2 2 0
12 Junior Clerks 7 6 6 0
13 Typists 7 2 2 0
14 Drivers 4 4 4 0
15 Bailiff 2 1 1 0
16 Daftri 2 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 10 10 0
18 Chowkidar 1 2 2 0
19 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

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Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated/ during the 31-12-2014
year Remanded year
26 225 104 355 312 43
Month-wise Breakup
January 26 49 0 75 51 24
February 24 13 0 37 12 25
March 25 33 103 161 16 145
April 145 8 0 153 11 142
May 142 14 0 156 12 144
June 144 22 0 166 132 34
July 34 9 0 43 0 43
August 43 21 1 65 21 44
September 44 12 0 56 2 54
October 54 12 0 66 14 52
November 52 14 0 66 25 41
December 41 18 0 59 16 43

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17.7 Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Service Tribunal, Peshawar
Name of Chairman Mr. Qalandar Ali (4.9.2009 – 7.11.2014)
Name of the Members: 1. Mr. Muhammad Aamir Nazir
2. Mr. Pir Baksh Shah
3. Mr. Sultan Mehmood Khattak
4. Mr. Abdul Latif
Total Annual Budget (2014-15) Rs. 30,539,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Member 20&21 2 2 0
3 Registrar 17 1 1 0
4 Manager (MIS) 17 1 1 0
5 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
6 S.S. APS 16 3 1 2
7 Personal Assistant 16 1 1 0
8 J.S APS 14 3 2 1
9 Assistant 16 6 5 1
10 Computer Operator 12 4 1 3
11 Senior Clerk 14 2 2 0
12 Junior Clerk 11 4 4 0
13 Driver 4 4 3 1
14 Daftari 2 1 1 0
15 Naib Qasid 1 8 6 2
16 Chowkidar 1 2 2 0
17 Mali 1 1 1 0
18 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
3925 2804 0 6729 454 6275
Month-wise Breakup
January 3925 137 0 4062 88 3974
February 3974 161 0 4135 50 4085
March 4085 170 0 4255 69 4186
April 4186 142 0 4328 37 4291
May 4291 150 0 4441 52 4389
June 4389 136 0 4525 68 4457
July 4457 89 0 4546 27 4519
August 4519 107 0 4626 38 4588
September 4588 112 0 4700 9 4691
October 4691 94 0 4785 10 4775
November 4775 69 0 4844 6 4838
December 4838 1437 0 6275 0 6275

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17.8 Balochistan Service Tribunal, Quetta
Name of Chairman Mr. Zaheer ud din Kakar
Name of the Members: Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim Sumalani
Mr. Farzand Ali Mengal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15) Rs. 38,118,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Chairman 21 1 1 0
2 Member I 21 1 1 0
3 Member II 21 1 1 0
4 Registrar 19 1 1 0
5 Deputy Registrar 18 1 1 0
6 Accounts Officer 17 1 1 0
7 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
8 Superintendent 17 1 0 1
9 Asst: Account Officer 16 1 1 0
10 Asst: Private Secretary 16 4 2 2
11 Asst: Accountant 15 1 1 0
12 Assistant 14 1 1 0
13 Reader 14 2 2 0
14 Senior Clerk 11 1 0 1
15 Record Keeper 9 1 0 1
16 Junior Clerk 9 3 1 2
17 Driver 5 4 4 0
18 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
19 Naib Qasid 2 7 7 0
20 Process Server 2 4 3 1
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
304 626 0 930 746 184
Month-wise Breakup
January 304 52 0 356 5 351
February 351 42 0 393 15 378
March 378 60 0 438 38 400
April 400 86 0 486 255 231
May 231 82 0 313 51 262
June 262 74 0 336 104 232
July 232 42 0 274 87 187
August 187 41 0 228 16 212
September 212 54 0 266 56 210
October 210 32 0 242 32 210
November 210 26 0 236 28 208
December 208 35 0 243 59 184
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18. Anti- Corruption Courts (Provincial)
18.1 Establishment of the Courts
The Courts of Special Judge Anti Corruption (Provincial) have been established under the
Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1958 to provide for more speedy trial and effective
punishment of offences specified in the Schedule provided under section 5 of the Act.
The said Schedule includes offences punishable under section 161 to 166, 168, 217 and
218 of the Pakistan Penal Code, 1860. The Schedule further includes offences
punishable under sections 403 to 409, 417 to 420, 465, 471 and 477 A of the Pakistan
Penal Code, 1860, when committed by any public servant as such or by any person
acting jointly with or abetting or attempting to abet or acting in conspiracy with any
public servant. Certain offences punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act,
1947 are also tri-able by the Court of Special Judge Anti Corruption (Provincial). Under
section 3 of the Act, the respective Provincial Government shall appoint as many Special
Judges as may be necessary to try and punish specified offences. No person shall be
appointed a Special Judge unless he is, or is qualified to be a Judge of the High Court or
has, for a period of not less than three years, exercised the powers under the Code of
Criminal Procedure, 1898 of a Sessions Judge, or an Additional Sessions Judge.
18.2 Procedure of the Courts
Under section 6 of the said Act the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898
except those of chapter 38 relating to the appointment of public prosecutor shall, in so
far as they are not inconsistent with the provisions of the said Code, apply to the
proceedings of the court of a Special Judge who shall be deemed to be a Court of
Sessions trying cases without the aid of assessors or jury, and a person conducting
prosecution before the court of a Special Judge shall be deemed to be a Public
Prosecutor. The Federal Government in cases sent up by the Federal Investigating
Agency for trial, and in all other cases, the Provincial Government or their authorized
officer, as the case may be, shall, by general or special order, appoint one or more
persons to conduct prosecution before any Special Judge. At present seventeen Special
Courts (Provincial) are functional in the country two each at Lahore and Peshawar and
one each at Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi,
Sargodha, Sahiwal, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Karachi, Larkana and Quetta.
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18.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Corruption Courts (Provincial)
Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
17 6158 3454 4 3596 6020

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 6158

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 6020

0 2000 4000 6000


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

4000

3500

3000

2500

2000
3454 3596
1500

1000

500

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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18.4 Anti-Corruption Court-I, Lahore


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Iftikhar Ahmed Khan (Senior Special Judge)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 66,412,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Reader 14 1 1 0
3 APS 12 1 1 0
4 Accounts Clerk 11 1 1 0
5 Ahlmad 9 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
9 Mali 2 1 1 0
10 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
257 179 -2 434 224 210
Month-wise Breakup
January 257 19 0 276 21 255
February 255 31 0 286 14 272
March 272 31 0 303 30 273
April 273 38 0 311 34 277
May 277 12 0 289 22 267
June 267 0 0 267 18 249
July 249 3 0 252 6 246
August 246 8 0 254 20 234
September 234 12 0 246 27 219
October 219 2 0 221 17 204
November 204 12 -2 214 8 206
December 206 11 0 217 7 210

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18.5 Anti-Corruption Court-II, Lahore


Name of Special Judge: Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan (23.12.13 – 19.2.2014)
Mr. Syed Khurshid Anwar Rizvi (24.2.2014 – 25.7.2014)
Rana Masood Akhter (25.8.2014 – 11.10.2014)
Mr. Mohammad Itifaq Abbasi (1.11.2014 – 23.1.2015
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,798,155/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Reader 14 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Account Clerk 11 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Mali 2 1 1 0
10 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
12 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated/ the year 31-12-2014
year Restored
385 299 -4 680 367 313
Month-wise Breakup
January 385 39 0 424 19 405
February 405 43 -2 446 30 416
March 416 70 0 486 100 386
April 386 52 0 438 42 396
May 396 20 0 416 21 395
June 395 16 -1 410 24 386
July 386 4 0 390 9 381
August 381 7 0 388 1 387
September 387 16 -1 402 45 357
October 357 5 0 362 7 355
November 355 18 1 374 8 366
December 366 9 -1 374 61 313

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18.6 Anti-Corruption Court, Bahawalpur


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Shafiq ur Rehman Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,274,150/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 1 0
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Reader/Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Account Clerk 11 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
7 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
10 Water Carrier 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
335 180 12 527 190 337
Month-wise Breakup
January 335 9 0 344 19 325
February 325 4 0 329 17 312
March 312 6 0 318 18 300
April 300 2 0 302 10 292
May 292 17 1 310 10 300
June 300 34 6 340 16 324
July 324 47 4 375 24 351
August 351 8 0 359 8 351
September 351 9 0 360 16 344
October 344 21 1 366 19 347
November 347 13 0 360 15 345
December 345 10 0 355 18 337

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18.7 Anti-Corruption Court, Faisalabad
Name of Special Judge: Mr. Shaukat Iqbal Ahmad (till 31st October 2014)
Mr. Muhammad Waseem Akhtar (1.11.14-31.12.2014)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,277,950/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 1 0
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Account Clerk 11 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Water Carrier 2 1 1 0
10 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
11 Naib Qasid 1 2 1 1
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1016 297 0 1313 400 913
Month-wise Breakup
January 1016 24 0 1040 47 993
February 993 34 0 1027 14 1013
March 1013 15 0 1028 13 1015
April 1015 52 0 1067 49 1018
May 1018 28 0 1046 63 983
June 983 48 0 1031 72 959
July 959 15 0 974 52 922
August 922 8 0 930 15 915
September 915 33 0 948 33 915
October 915 16 0 931 6 925
November 925 10 0 935 19 916
December 916 14 0 930 17 913

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18.8 Anti-Corruption Court, Multan


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Wajahat Hussain Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,837,860/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintenent 16 1 1 0
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Accounts Clerk 14 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk/Typist 7 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Mali 2 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
12 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
207 302 -2 507 317 190
Month-wise Breakup
January 207 53 0 260 41 219
February 219 18 0 237 32 205
March 205 41 0 246 21 225
April 225 22 0 247 31 216
May 216 43 0 259 31 228
June 228 35 0 263 41 222
July 222 12 0 234 31 203
August 203 8 -2 209 9 200
September 200 34 0 234 25 209
October 209 16 0 225 16 209
November 209 6 0 215 14 201
December 201 14 0 215 25 190

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18.9 Anti-Corruption Court, Dera Ghazi Khan


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Masood Arshad (1.1.14 – 14.4.14)
Mr. Muhammad Akram (15.4.14 – 31.12.14)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,544,600/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Reader 14 1 1 0
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Accounts Clerk 11 1 1 0
5 Ahlmad/ Junior Clerk 9 2 1 1
6 Driver 5 1 1 0
7 Naib Qasid 2 1 1 0
8 Mali 2 1 1 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
411 165 4 580 206 374
Month-wise Breakup
January 411 10 0 421 42 379
February 379 17 1 397 21 376
March 376 16 0 392 18 374
April 374 6 0 380 6 374
May 374 19 0 393 20 373
June 373 21 0 394 17 377
July 377 12 0 389 12 377
August 377 9 1 387 5 382
September 382 9 0 391 17 374
October 374 16 0 390 11 379
November 379 23 2 404 17 387
December 387 7 0 394 20 374

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18.10 Anti-Corruption Court, Gujranwala


Name of Special Judge: Syed Najmul Hassan Bukhari
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,719,806/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 APS 14 1 0 1
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Accountant 11 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 6 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 0 2
10 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
833 523 0 1356 630 726
Month-wise Breakup
January 833 20 0 853 28 825
February 825 44 0 869 59 810
March 810 16 0 826 27 799
April 799 98 0 897 109 788
May 788 12 0 800 30 770
June 770 22 0 792 18 774
July 774 6 0 780 18 762
August 762 6 0 768 7 761
September 761 152 0 913 158 755
October 755 71 0 826 73 753
November 753 72 0 825 89 736
December 736 4 0 740 14 726

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18.11 Anti-Corruption Court, Rawalpindi


Name of Special Judge: Raja Ghazanfaq Ali Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,352,150/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 1 0 1
3 Reader 15 1 1 0
4 APS 12 1 1 0
5 Accounts Clerk 11 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 1 1
10 Mali 2 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
12 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
76 190 0 266 172 94
Month-wise Breakup
January 76 37 0 113 28 85
February 85 7 0 92 10 82
March 82 7 0 89 13 76
April 76 15 0 91 18 73
May 73 5 0 78 7 71
June 71 9 0 80 13 67
July 67 26 0 93 7 86
August 86 16 0 102 14 88
September 88 22 0 110 27 83
October 83 22 0 105 16 89
November 89 10 0 99 13 86
December 86 14 0 100 6 94

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18.12 Anti-Corruption Court, Sargodha


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Asif Majeed Awan
Annual Budget for the year 2014-15 Rs. 6,617,150/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
Superintendent 16 1 1 0
2 APS 14 1 1 0
3 Reader 14 1 1 0
4 Accounts Clerk 11 1 1 0
5 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
7 Driver 5 1 1 0
8 Mali 3 1 1 0
9 Chowkidar 3 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 3 1 1 0
11 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
372 250 0 622 255 367
Month-wise Breakup
January 372 46 0 418 31 387
February 387 41 0 428 25 403
March 403 11 0 414 32 382
April 382 43 0 425 21 404
May 404 29 0 433 33 400
June 400 15 0 415 25 390
July 390 23 0 413 35 378
August 378 0 0 378 9 369
September 369 11 0 380 16 364
October 364 5 0 369 5 364
November 364 17 0 381 10 371
December 371 9 0 380 13 367

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18.13 Anti-Corruption Court, Sahiwal


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Malik Mushtaq Ahmad Ojla
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,264,250/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Reader 14 1 1 0
5 Accountant 11 1 1 0
6 Ahlmad 7 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 1 1
10 Mali 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
253 142 -1 394 109 285
Month-wise Breakup
January 253 12 0 265 5 260
February 260 14 0 274 7 267
March 267 20 0 287 11 276
April 276 15 0 291 7 284
May 284 12 0 296 20 276
June 276 6 0 282 11 271
July 271 7 0 278 6 272
August 272 0 0 272 1 271
September 271 36 0 307 16 291
October 291 7 -1 297 9 288
November 288 8 0 296 13 283
December 283 5 0 288 3 285

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18.14 Anti-Corruption Court, Hyderabad


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Khalid Mehmood Bhatti
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 12,600,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 15 1 1 0
3 Reader 10 1 1 0
4 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
5 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
6 Accounts Clerk 7 1 1 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Ahlmad 3 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated/ the year 31-12-2014
year Restored
906 117 0 1023 144 879
Month-wise Breakup
January 906 10 0 916 18 898
February 898 7 0 905 5 900
March 900 11 0 911 3 908
April 908 5 0 913 11 902
May 902 18 0 920 19 901
June 901 6 0 907 8 899
July 899 17 0 916 15 901
August 901 7 0 908 12 896
September 896 12 0 908 7 901
October 901 5 0 906 3 903
November 903 10 0 913 29 884
December 884 9 0 893 14 879

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18.15 Anti-Corruption Court, Sukkur


Mr. Jan Muhammad Lanjar (Retired 31.3.2014)
Name of Special Judge:
Vacant (1.4.2014 – till date)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,673,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 15 1 1 0
3 Assistant 14 1 0 1
4 Accountant 10 1 1 0
5 Reader 10 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Ahlmad 4 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
441 51 1 493 12 481
Month-wise Breakup
January 441 6 0 447 5 442
February 442 3 0 445 1 444
March 444 5 0 449 6 443
April 443 0 0 443 0 443
May 443 0 0 443 0 443
June 443 0 0 443 0 443
July 443 2 0 445 0 445
August 445 0 0 445 0 445
September 445 23 1 469 0 469
October 469 9 0 478 0 478
November 478 2 0 480 0 480
December 480 1 0 481 0 481

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18.16 Anti-Corruption Court, Karachi


Name of Special Judge: Mrs. Gulshan Ara Chandio
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 15,373,350/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge - 1 1 0
2 Office Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Assistant 14 1 0 1
4 Assistant cum Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 APS 14 1 1 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 0 1
7 Reader 10 1 1 0
8 Senior Clerk 9 2 2 0
9 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
10 Accounts Clerk 7 1 1 0
11 Driver 5 1 1 0
12 Ahlmad 4 1 1 0
13 Naib Qasid 2 3 3 0
14 Sanitary Worker 2 1 1 0
15 Chowkidar 1&2 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
182 48 -5 225 56 169
Month-wise Breakup
January 182 3 0 185 6 179
February 179 4 -1 182 4 178
1March 178 10 0 188 6 182
April 182 3 0 185 4 181
May 181 3 0 184 1 183
June 183 1 0 184 0 184
July 184 0 0 184 1 183
August 183 5 -3 185 2 183
September 183 5 -1 187 6 181
October 181 3 0 184 10 174
November 174 3 0 177 9 168
December 168 8 0 176 7 169

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18.17 Anti-Corruption Court, Larkana


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Irshad Ali Shah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 12,336,400/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge - 1 1 0
2 Reader 10 1 1 0
3 APS 14 1 1 0
4 Senior Clerk 9 2 2 0
5 Accounts Clerk 7 1 0 1
6 Junior Clerk 7 2 1 1
7 Driver 4 1 0 1
8 Ahlmad 3 1 0 1
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Sanitary Worker/Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
on 1-1-2014 during the Abated/ the year 31-12-2014
year Restored
295 187 1 483 50 433
Month-wise Breakup
January 295 11 0 306 6 300
February 300 13 2 315 5 310
March 310 9 -1 318 1 317
April 317 11 0 328 1 327
May 327 18 0 345 7 338
June 338 24 0 362 6 356
July 356 43 0 399 7 392
August 402 9 0 411 3 408
September 408 15 0 423 4 419
October 419 6 0 425 1 424
November 424 7 0 431 3 428
December 428 21 0 449 6 443

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18.18 Anti-Corruption Court, Peshawar


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Fazal Subhan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,230,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 14 1 1 0
4 Clerk of Court 16 1 1 0
5 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
6 Accountant 8 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 3 3 0
8 Driver 5 1 1 0
9 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
10 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
135 425 0 560 386 174
Month-wise Breakup
January 135 15 0 150 9 141
February 141 25 0 166 36 130
March 130 30 0 160 39 121
April 121 4 0 125 10 115
May 115 62 0 177 28 149
June 149 83 0 232 66 166
July 166 40 0 206 39 167
August 167 5 0 172 2 170
September 170 71 0 241 53 188
October 188 47 0 235 48 187
November 187 31 0 218 38 180
December 180 12 0 192 18 174

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18.19 Anti-Corruption Court, Bannu (Southern District)


Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
on 1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
31 76 50 107 57 50
Month-wise Breakup
January 31 1 0 32 1 31
February 31 0 0 31 0 31
March 31 13 0 44 8 36
April 36 9 0 45 6 39
May 39 8 0 47 7 40
June 40 1 0 41 11 30
July 30 0 0 30 0 30
August 30 13 0 43 10 33
September 33 3 0 36 0 36
October 36 12 0 48 7 41
November 41 4 0 45 4 41
December 41 12 0 53 3 50

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18.20 Anti-Corruption Court, Quetta


Name of Special Judge: Mr. Anwar Aftab
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,246,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Special Judge 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant Account Officer 16 1 0 1
5 Accountant 14 1 1 0
6 Reader 14 1 1 0
7 Data Entry Operator 12 1 1 0
8 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
9 Record Keeper 9 1 1 0
10 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
11 Driver 4 1 1 0
12 Naib Qasid 1 3 3 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
14 Process Server 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
23 23 0 46 21 25
Month-wise Breakup
January 23 0 0 23 0 23
February 23 2 0 25 2 23
March 23 0 0 23 1 22
April 22 1 0 23 2 21
May 21 1 0 22 2 20
June 20 2 0 22 2 20
July 20 6 0 26 1 25
August 25 1 0 26 3 23
September 23 2 0 25 1 24
October 24 0 0 24 0 24
November 24 4 0 28 2 26
December 26 4 0 30 5 25

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19. Anti Terrorism Courts


19.1 Establishment of Anti - Terrorism Courts
The Anti-Terrorism Courts are established under the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997 for the
prevention of terrorism, sectarian violence and for speedy trial of heinous offences.
Under section 14 of the said Act, an Anti-Terrorism Court shall consist of a Judge, being
a person who is a Judge of High Court or is or has been Sessions Judge or an Additional
Sessions Judge or a Judicial Magistrate 1st Class vested with powers under section 30 of
the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, or has for a period of not less than ten years been
an advocate of High Court, who shall be appointed by the Federal Government or the
Provincial Government if so directed by the Federal Government after consultation with
the Chief Justice of the High Court. The Federal Government or if so directed by the
Government, the Provincial Government may establish one or more Anti-Terrorism
Courts in relation to each territorial limit as specified by the High Court.

19.2 Procedure of the Court


The Anti-Terrorism Court on taking cognizance of a case shall proceed with the trial
from day to day and shall decide the case within seven days, failing which an application
may be made to the Administrative Judge of the High Court concerned for appropriate
directions. The Anti-Terrorism Court shall not give more than two consecutive
adjournments during the trial of the case. If the defense counsel does not appear after
two consecutive adjournments, the court may appoint a State Counsel with at least
seven years standing in criminal matters for the defense of the accused from the panel
of advocates maintained by the court for the purpose in consultation with the
Government and shall proceed with the trial of the case.

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19.3 Consolidated Statement of Anti-Terrorism Courts


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
55 2521 5055 -642 3113 3821

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 2521

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 3821

0 2000 4000
Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500 5055

2000
1500 3113

1000
500
0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014

Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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19.4 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Lahore


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Qasim
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,104,750/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 15&16 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
31 72 -10 93 60 33

Month-wise Breakup
January 31 4 -1 34 5 29

February 29 4 -1 32 9 23
March 23 6 -2 27 5 22

April 22 18 -1 39 11 28
May 28 2 0 30 3 27

June 27 3 0 30 0 30

July 30 0 0 30 0 30

August 30 6 0 36 2 34

September 34 7 0 41 8 33

October 33 11 0 44 6 38
November 38 5 -4 39 5 34
December 34 6 -1 39 6 33

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19.5 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Lahore


Name of Judge: Mr. Khalid Mahmood Ranjha
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,183,250/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
28 91 -11 108 67 41

Month-wise Breakup
January 28 10 -1 37 7 30

February 30 7 0 37 10 27
March 27 13 -4 36 8 28

April 28 11 -1 38 9 29
May 29 9 -1 37 9 28

June 28 15 -1 42 10 32

July 32 5 0 37 2 35

August 35 5 0 40 5 35

September 35 8 0 43 7 36

October 36 5 -2 39 0 39
November 39 2 0 41 0 41
December 41 1 -1 41 0 41

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19.6 Anti-Terrorism Court – III, Lahore


Name of Judge: Mr. Haroon Latif Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,102,700/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 20 1 1 0

2 APS 16 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
38 98 -15 121 88 33
Month-wise Breakup

January 38 2 0 40 9 31
February 31 5 0 36 11 25

March 25 10 -2 33 11 22
April 22 15 -3 34 13 21

May 21 13 0 34 8 26

June 26 12 -3 35 3 32
July 32 10 -2 40 7 33

August 33 5 0 38 2 36

September 36 7 -1 42 8 34

October 34 8 0 42 6 36
November 36 5 -1 40 5 35
December 35 6 -3 38 5 33

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19.7 Anti-Terrorism Court – IV, Lahore


Name of Judge: Rai Mohammad Ayoub Khan Marth
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,136,700/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 2 1 1

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
36 82 -10 108 78 30

Month-wise Breakup
January 36 8 -1 43 7 36

February 36 5 -1 40 9 31
March 31 6 -1 36 7 29

April 29 11 -1 39 10 29
May 29 11 0 40 6 34

June 34 7 -1 40 8 32

July 32 7 0 39 6 33

August 33 4 -1 36 1 35

September 35 5 0 40 5 35

October 35 10 -1 44 8 36
November 36 5 0 41 5 36
December 36 3 -3 36 6 30

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19.8 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Gujranwala


Name of Judge: Ch. Imtiaz Ahmad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs.7,101,800/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sanctioned Working
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0

2 APS 15 2 1 1

3 Reader 14 1 1 0
4 Assistant (Ahlmad) 14 1 1 0

5 Driver 4 1 1 0

6 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
7 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

8 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
20 95 -7 108 70 38
Month-wise Breakup
January 20 9 0 29 6 23
February 23 11 0 34 11 23
March 23 6 -1 28 6 22
April 22 18 0 40 2 38
May 38 9 -2 45 14 31
June 31 9 0 40 11 29
July 29 7 -1 35 3 32
August 32 6 0 38 1 37
September 37 6 -2 41 4 37
October 37 8 -1 44 5 39
November 39 2 0 41 4 37
December 37 4 0 41 3 38

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19.9 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Gujranwala


Mr. Itifaq Abbasi (1.1.14 to14.10.14)
Name of Judge:
Mrs. Bushra Zaman (16.10.14 to 31.12.14)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,099,700/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Sr. # Title of Post
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0

2 APS 16 2 1 1

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 0 1
5 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1

7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
27 96 -6 117 82 35
Month-wise Breakup
January 27 14 0 41 10 31
February 31 5 0 36 13 23
March 23 5 -1 27 7 20
April 20 17 0 37 8 29
May 29 9 0 38 7 31
June 31 10 0 41 5 36
July 36 6 0 42 3 39
August 39 9 -1 47 5 42
September 42 9 -2 49 10 39
October 39 8 0 47 1 46
November 46 0 -1 45 7 38
December 38 4 -1 41 6 35

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19.10 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Rawalpindi


Name of Judge: Mr. Rai Muhammad Ayoub Khan Marth
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs.7,101,100/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Sr. #
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 15 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
24 80 -5 99 51 48
Month-wise Breakup
January 24 5 0 29 4 25
February 25 2 -1 26 3 23
March 23 9 0 32 4 28
April 28 4 -1 31 9 22
May 22 9 1 32 6 26
June 26 11 -1 36 7 29
July 29 9 1 39 8 31
August 31 4 0 35 2 33
September 33 6 0 39 3 36
October 36 8 -1 43 4 39
November 39 8 -3 44 0 44
December 44 5 0 49 1 48

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19.11 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Rawalpindi


Rana Masood Akhtar (1.1.14 to 2.8.14)
Name of Judge:
Ch. Abdul Qayyum (11.9.14 to 13.12.14)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,099,950/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 2 2 0
3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 2 2 0
5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
6 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
17 92 6 115 65 50

Month-wise Breakup

January 17 4 -1 20 8 12

February 12 9 0 21 6 15
March 15 11 -2 24 5 19

April 19 13 0 32 10 22
May 22 13 -2 33 14 19

June 19 8 0 27 6 21

July 21 12 7 40 2 38

August 38 3 1 42 0 42
September 42 6 0 48 1 47

October 47 2 0 49 2 47

November 47 3 3 53 8 45
December 45 8 0 53 3 50

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19.12 Anti-Terrorism Court, Multan


Name of Judge: Mr. Javed Iqbal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,416,450/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 APS 16 2 2 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Driver 4 2 1 1
6 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0
7 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
8 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
9 Mali 1 1 0 1

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
78 112 -54 136 109 27

Month-wise Breakup

January 78 15 -43 50 8 42

February 42 13 0 55 13 42

March 42 5 -2 45 20 25
April 25 11 -2 34 11 23

May 23 5 0 28 8 20

June 20 21 -1 40 14 26
July 26 5 -2 29 3 26

August 26 9 0 35 8 27

September 27 5 -1 31 5 26
October 26 8 -1 33 9 24

November 24 7 -1 30 6 24
December 24 8 -1 31 4 27

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19.13 Anti-Terrorism Court - II, Multan


Name of Judge: Mr. Sajjad Ahmed
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,148,350/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 2 2 0
3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
6 Sweeper 2 1 1 0
7 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases

Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on


1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 114 18 132 99 33
Month-wise Breakup

January 0 0 30 30 2 28
February 28 40 -2 66 12 54
March 54 8 0 62 15 47

April 47 10 -5 52 8 44

May 44 7 -1 50 13 37
June 37 8 -1 44 12 32
July 32 9 -2 39 10 29

August 29 1 0 30 2 28

September 28 6 0 34 4 30

October 30 12 0 42 7 35

November 35 7 0 42 6 36

December 36 6 -1 41 8 33

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19.14 Anti-Terrorism Court, Faisalabad


Name of Judge: Mr. Ishtiaq Ahmad
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,203,800/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Sr. #
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0

2 APS 15 2 1 1

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
11 146 -18 139 125 14
Month-wise Breakup

January 11 15 -2 24 17 7

February 7 7 0 14 7 7
March 7 20 -2 25 13 12

April 12 13 -1 24 14 10
May 10 22 -3 29 15 14

June 14 12 -1 25 14 11
July 11 16 -4 23 12 11

August 11 13 0 24 11 13

September 13 13 -1 25 11 14

October 14 10 -2 22 7 15

November 15 2 -1 16 3 13
December 13 3 -1 15 1 14

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19.15 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sargodha


Malik Peer Muhammad (1.1.14 to 19.4.14)
Name of Judge:
Mr. Muhammad Akmal Khan (21.4.14 to 31.12.14)
Annual Budget for the year 2013-13 Rs. 7,093,950/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0

2 APS 16 2 1 1

3 Assistant 14 2 1 1

4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 2 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
13 57 -7 63 52 11

Month-wise Breakup
January 13 10 0 23 5 18
February 18 2 0 20 4 16
March 16 3 0 19 4 15
April 15 5 0 20 0 20
May 20 9 -3 26 14 12
June 12 5 0 17 4 13
July 13 6 -3 16 7 9
August 9 1 0 10 0 10
September 10 4 -1 13 3 10
October 10 4 0 14 4 10
November 10 5 0 15 3 12
December 12 3 0 15 4 11

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19.16 Anti-Terrorism Court, Bahawalpur


Mr. Nisar Ahmed (1.1.14 to 25.4.14)
Name of Judge:
Mr. Khalid Arshad (8.8.14 to 31.12.14)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,102,750/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 2 2 0
3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
30 133 0 163 137 26
Month-wise Breakup
January 30 23 0 53 31 22
February 22 13 0 35 13 22
March 22 20 0 42 26 16
April 16 23 0 39 26 13
May 13 0 0 13 0 13
June 13 0 0 13 0 13
July 13 0 0 13 0 13
August 13 9 0 22 5 17
September 17 18 0 35 7 28
October 28 14 0 42 10 32
November 32 8 0 40 11 29
December 29 5 0 34 8 26

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19.17 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Dera Ghazi Khan


Name of Judge: Mr. Sajjad Hussain Sindhar
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,102,750/-

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0

2 APS 15 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 0 1

5 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0

6 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
7 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
30 139 -3 166 149 17

Month-wise Breakup
January 30 6 0 36 6 30

February 30 12 -1 41 13 28

March 28 14 0 42 15 27
April 27 13 0 40 12 28

May 28 8 0 36 12 24

June 24 22 0 46 18 28

July 28 13 0 41 13 28

August 28 3 0 31 4 27

September 27 11 0 38 15 23

October 23 12 0 35 15 20

November 20 12 -2 30 11 19
December 19 13 0 32 15 17

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19.18 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Bashir Ahmed Khoso
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,877,900/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 1 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
190 351 -237 304 76 228
Month-wise Breakup
January 190 21 0 211 8 203
February 203 10 -19 194 5 189
March 189 12 -5 196 2 194
April 194 36 -2 228 8 220
May 220 43 -1 262 4 258
June 258 40 0 298 7 291
July 291 32 -105 218 6 212
August 212 38 -1 249 3 246
September 246 57 -75 228 5 223
October 223 10 -3 230 15 215
November 215 37 0 252 9 243
December 243 15 -26 232 4 228

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19.19 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Karachi


Name of Judge: Ms. Khalida Yaseen

Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,512,300/-


Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
226 678 -513 391 67 324
Month-wise Breakup
January 226 42 0 268 5 263
February 263 58 -14 307 4 303
March 303 122 -3 422 8 414
April 414 30 -2 442 6 436
May 436 38 0 474 6 468
June 468 65 -6 527 6 521
July 521 19 -199 341 4 337
August 337 93 -6 424 6 418
September 418 108 -259 267 7 260
October 260 29 -7 282 2 280
November 280 41 -2 319 2 317
December 317 33 -15 335 11 324

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19.20 Anti-Terrorism Court – III, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Saleem Raza Baloch
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,028,600/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
208 452 -323 337 28 309
Month-wise Breakup
January 208 26 -1 233 1 232
February 232 14 -2 244 1 243
March 243 36 -15 264 4 260
April 260 26 -1 285 3 282
May 282 56 -4 334 3 331
June 331 41 0 372 1 371
July 371 46 -1 416 0 416
August 416 53 -100 369 1 368
September 368 30 0 398 2 396
October 396 41 -199 238 1 237
November 237 36 0 273 5 268
December 268 47 0 315 6 309

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19.21 Anti-Terrorism Court – IV, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Anandram Sairani
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 2,472,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 2 2 0

3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0

5 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0

6 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
7 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
88 0 94 182 29 153

Month-wise Breakup

January 88 0 0 88 1 87
February 87 0 0 87 2 85

March 85 0 -9 76 5 71
April 71 0 0 71 1 70

May 70 0 0 70 2 68
June 68 0 0 68 0 68

July 68 0 100 168 2 166

August 166 0 1 167 3 164


September 164 0 6 170 0 170

October 170 0 0 170 9 161

November 161 0 -4 157 1 156


December 156 0 0 156 3 153

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19.22 Anti-Terrorism Court – V, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Javed Alam
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 2,398,800/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
6 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
7 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
94 0 124 218 58 160
Month-wise Breakup
January 94 0 0 94 1 93
February 93 0 -13 80 13 67
March 67 0 -1 66 4 62
April 62 0 2 64 3 61
May 61 0 1 62 4 58
June 58 0 -1 57 4 53
July 53 0 99 152 5 147
August 147 0 0 147 8 139
September 139 0 39 178 4 174
October 174 0 1 175 7 168
November 168 0 -7 161 0 161
December 161 0 4 165 5 160

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19.23 Anti-Terrorism Court – VI, Karachi


Name of Judge: Vacant
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,325,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
3 Assistant 14 1 1 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 170 170 0 170
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 51 51 0 51
August 51 0 0 51 0 51
September 51 0 31 82 0 82
October 82 0 88 170 0 170
November 170 0 -1 169 0 169
December 169 0 1 170 0 170

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19.24 Anti-Terrorism Court – VII, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Akhlaque Hussain Larik
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,325,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 2 1 1
3 Assistant 14 1 1 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 170 170 11 159
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 49 49 0 49
August 49 0 0 49 0 49
September 49 0 122 171 0 171
October 171 0 0 171 0 171
November 171 0 -1 170 4 166
December 166 0 0 166 7 159

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19.25 Anti-Terrorism Court – VIII, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Imdad Hussain Khoso
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,325,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 1 1 1
3 Assistant 14 1 1 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 153 153 22 131
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 49 49 0 49
September 49 0 -1 48 3 45
October 45 0 110 155 3 152
November 152 0 -2 150 7 143
December 143 0 -3 140 9 131

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19.26 Anti-Terrorism Court – IX, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Farman Ali
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,325,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
3 Assistant 14 1 1 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 159 159 25 134
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 49 49 0 49
September 49 0 14 63 0 63
October 63 0 103 166 9 157
November 157 0 -2 155 9 146
December 146 0 -5 141 7 134

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19.27 Anti-Terrorism Court – X, Karachi


Name of Judge: Mr. Abdullah Afzal Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,325,300/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
3 Assistant 14 1 1 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Naib Qasid 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 0 35 35 0 35
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 0 0 0 0 0
December 0 0 35 35 0 35

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19.28 Anti-Terrorism Court, Hyderabad


Name of Judge: Mr. Abdul Ghaffor Memon
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,646,200/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10&12 2 2 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
136 179 -20 295 108 187
Month-wise Breakup
January 136 7 -3 140 4 136
February 136 24 -2 158 8 150
March 150 48 -1 197 8 189
April 189 12 -4 197 8 189
May 189 9 0 198 17 181
June 181 11 0 192 4 188
July 188 12 -1 199 9 190
August 190 5 0 195 14 181
September 181 4 -2 183 11 172
October 172 13 -1 184 6 178
November 178 20 -5 193 11 182
December 182 14 -1 195 8 187

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19.29 Anti-Terrorism Court, Naushero Feroze


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Bux Bhangwar
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,982,900/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
103 107 -40 170 63 107
Month-wise Breakup
January 103 2 -2 103 5 98
February 98 9 -3 104 4 100
March 100 7 -1 106 5 101
April 101 9 -1 109 4 105
May 105 9 -1 113 8 105
June 105 13 -2 116 7 109
July 109 0 0 109 3 106
August 106 13 -10 109 5 104
September 104 13 0 117 9 108
October 108 15 -8 115 6 109
November 109 7 -6 110 7 103
December 103 10 -6 107 0 107

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19.30 Anti-Terrorism Court, Mirpurkhas


Name of Judge: Mr. Ghulam Mustafa A. Memon
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,979,800/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 2 2 0
4 Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
14 23 -8 29 17 12
Month-wise Breakup
January 14 1 0 15 1 14
February 14 2 0 16 4 12
March 12 1 0 13 1 12
April 12 1 0 13 2 11
May 11 0 0 11 1 10
June 10 1 0 11 1 10
July 10 9 0 19 2 17
August 17 7 -2 22 1 21
September 21 0 -5 16 0 16
October 16 0 0 16 1 15
November 15 0 -1 14 1 13
December 13 1 0 14 2 12

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19.31 Anti-Terrorism Court, Kashmore @ Kandhkot


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Riaz Rajput
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 2,514,800/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Senior APS 15 2 2 0
3 Assistant 14 2 2 0
4 Driver 4 1 1 0
5 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
6 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
7 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
53 35 0 88 51 37
Month-wise Breakup
January 53 2 0 55 3 52
February 52 1 0 53 0 53
March 53 2 0 55 4 51
April 51 13 0 64 6 58
May 58 4 0 62 4 58
June 58 3 0 61 4 57
July 57 0 0 57 1 56
August 56 4 0 60 4 56
September 56 3 0 59 7 52
October 52 2 0 54 7 47
November 47 1 0 48 7 41
December 41 0 0 41 4 37

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19.32 Anti-Terrorism Court, Shaheed Benazirabad


Name of Judge: Mr. Inayatullah Memon
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,512,200/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
31 35 -1 65 28 37
Month-wise Breakup
January 31 2 0 33 3 30
February 30 2 0 32 1 31
March 31 2 0 33 4 29
April 29 6 0 35 2 33
May 33 7 0 40 2 38
June 38 2 0 40 0 40
July 40 3 0 43 1 42
August 42 1 0 43 1 42
September 42 1 0 43 1 42
October 42 2 -1 43 2 41
November 41 3 0 44 10 34
December 34 4 0 38 1 37

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19.33 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sukkur


Name of Judge: Mr. Iqbal Ahmed Khwaja
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,564,400/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 12 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 1
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
119 102 -20 201 38 163
Month-wise Breakup
January 119 1 0 120 0 120
February 120 7 0 127 1 126
March 126 40 0 166 4 162
April 162 5 -1 166 2 164
May 164 7 -6 165 0 165
June 165 10 -1 174 5 169
July 169 8 -1 176 1 175
August 175 4 0 179 0 179
September 179 9 0 188 5 183
October 183 3 0 186 7 179
November 179 3 -7 175 7 168
December 168 5 -4 169 6 163

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19.34 Anti-Terrorism Court, Khairpur


Name of Judge: Mr. Syed Kausar Ali Bukhari
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,662,500/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10&12 2 2 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
148 192 -17 323 85 238
Month-wise Breakup
January 148 14 0 162 0 162
February 162 12 0 174 4 170
March 170 28 0 198 2 196
April 196 16 0 212 0 212
May 212 11 -6 217 11 206
June 206 21 0 227 8 219
July 219 13 0 232 6 226
August 226 23 -1 248 9 239
September 239 15 -4 250 9 241
October 241 14 -1 254 9 245
November 245 5 -1 249 21 228
December 228 20 -4 244 6 238

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19.35 Anti-Terrorism Court, Larkana


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Riaz Rajput
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,058,500/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 12 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
76 47 -20 103 59 44
Month-wise Breakup
January 76 3 0 79 5 74
February 74 6 0 80 6 74
March 74 1 -1 74 6 68
April 68 10 -1 77 5 72
May 72 13 -2 83 9 74
June 74 0 -9 65 6 59
July 59 2 0 61 3 58
August 58 3 -3 58 3 55
September 55 2 -3 54 4 50
October 50 2 -1 51 3 48
November 48 1 0 49 5 44
December 44 4 0 48 4 44

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19.36 Anti-Terrorism Court, Shikarpur


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Iqbal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,243,800/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 15 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 2 2 0
5 Junior APS 12 0 0 0
6 Computer Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Nazir 11 1 1 0
8 Reader 10 1 1 0
9 Head Translator 9 1 1 0
10 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
11 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
12 Cashier 6 1 1 0
13 Record Keeper 6 1 1 0
14 Driver 4 1 1 0
15 Bailiff 1 1 1 0
16 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
17 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
18 Sanitary Worker 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
106 73 -21 158 62 96
Month-wise Breakup
January 106 4 0 110 4 106
February 106 0 0 106 2 104
March 104 7 0 111 2 109
April 109 1 -1 109 4 105
May 105 9 0 114 5 109
June 109 2 -2 109 6 103
July 103 5 -2 106 3 103
August 103 4 -1 106 5 101
September 101 10 0 111 5 106
October 106 9 -1 114 12 102
November 102 7 -2 107 5 102
December 102 15 -12 105 9 96

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19.37 Anti-Terrorism Court - I, Peshawar


Name of Judge: Mr. Azhar Khan

Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 26,562,000/- (All three ATC-Courts of Peshawar)

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 0 1
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the / Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
13 88 -4 97 75 22
Month-wise Breakup
January 13 3 0 16 7 9
February 9 3 -1 11 3 8
March 8 13 0 21 10 11
April 11 12 0 23 13 10
May 10 4 0 14 6 8
June 8 10 -1 17 9 8
July 8 4 -2 10 3 7
August 7 0 -1 6 0 6
September 6 8 -2 12 2 10
October 10 14 3 27 9 18
November 18 11 0 29 6 23
December 23 6 0 29 7 22

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19.38 Anti-Terrorism Court - II, Peshawar


Name of Judge: Mr. Anwar Hussain
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 0 0 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 1 1
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
10 71 0 81 59 22
Month-wise Breakup
January 10 5 0 15 4 11
February 11 8 0 19 5 14
March 14 7 0 21 6 15
April 15 9 0 24 6 18
May 18 6 0 24 6 18
June 18 3 0 21 7 14
July 14 0 0 14 0 14
August 14 2 0 16 4 12
September 12 5 -1 16 6 10
October 10 14 1 25 3 22
November 22 4 0 26 8 18
December 18 8 0 26 4 22

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19.39 Anti-Terrorism Court - III, Peshawar


Name of Judge: Syed Asghar Ali Shah
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 0 0 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 1 1
5 Computer Operator 14 1 0 1
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
7 69 2 78 59 19
Month-wise Breakup
January 7 7 0 14 4 10
February 10 6 0 16 7 9
March 9 10 2 21 8 13
April 13 11 0 24 10 14
May 14 4 0 18 8 10
June 10 6 0 16 4 12
July 12 1 0 13 5 8
August 8 0 0 8 0 8
September 8 2 0 10 0 10
October 10 0 0 10 3 7
November 7 12 0 19 1 18
December 18 10 0 28 9 19

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19.40 Anti-Terrorism Court, Kohat


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Asim Imam
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 11,247,100/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 2 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
22 89 -8 103 96 7
Month-wise Breakup
January 22 4 0 26 6 20
February 20 9 -1 28 4 24
March 24 4 0 28 11 17
April 17 11 0 28 13 15
May 15 10 1 26 8 18
June 18 11 0 29 11 18
July 18 12 -2 28 5 23
August 23 0 0 23 0 23
September 23 9 -3 29 12 17
October 17 3 -1 19 7 12
November 12 10 0 22 9 13
December 13 6 -2 17 10 7

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19.41 Anti-Terrorism Court, Dera Ismail Khan


Name of Judge: Khawaja Wajih ud Din (1.1.2014to 9.10.2014)
Mr. Inamullah Khan (20.10.2014 to 31.12.2014)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 11,860,900/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant/Accountant 16 1 1 0
5 Assistant/Reader 16 1 1 0
6 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
10 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
11 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
1 54 4 59 59 0
Month-wise Breakup
January 1 3 0 4 4 0
February 0 5 0 5 4 1
March 1 0 0 1 1 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 21 2 23 21 2
June 2 6 0 8 8 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 2 2 4 2 2
October 2 0 0 2 0 2
November 2 17 0 19 17 2
December 2 0 0 2 2 0

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19.42 Anti-Terrorism Court, Mardan


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Younas Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,339,100/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 0 1
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 0 2
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
18 120 -3 135 105 30
Month-wise Breakup
January 18 28 -1 45 21 24
February 24 2 0 26 7 19
March 19 15 0 34 7 27
April 27 6 0 33 11 22
May 22 13 0 35 10 25
June 25 5 0 30 6 24
July 24 13 -1 36 8 28
August 28 4 0 32 3 29
September 29 19 -1 47 14 33
October 33 2 -1 34 4 30
November 30 10 1 41 9 32
December 32 3 0 35 5 30

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19.43 Anti-Terrorism Court, Bannu


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Zafar Khan (till 30.6.2014)
Khawaja Waji ud Din (01.7.2014 – 31.8.2014)
Mr. Mohammad ul Hassan (1.9.2014 till date
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 9,954,200/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 0 1
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 0 2
7 Driver 2 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 2 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Institution
Pendency on Transferred/ Disposal during Balance on
during the Total
1-1-2014 Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
5 61 -8 58 52 6
Month-wise Breakup
January 5 2 -2 5 0 5
February 5 1 0 6 3 3
March 3 0 0 3 0 3
April 3 0 0 3 0 3
May 3 0 0 3 0 3
June 3 0 -3 0 0 0
July 0 21 -1 20 17 3
August 3 2 -1 4 3 1
September 1 10 -1 10 5 5
October 5 12 0 17 1 16
November 16 8 0 24 17 7
December 7 5 0 12 6 6

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19.44 Anti-Terrorism Court, Abbottabad


Name of Judge: Mr. Mohammad Masood Khan
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 10,254,000/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 1 1
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
13 31 -7 37 17 20
Month-wise Breakup
January 13 0 -1 12 3 9
February 9 0 0 9 2 7
March 7 5 -3 9 0 9
April 9 2 -2 9 2 7
May 7 4 0 11 2 9
June 9 4 0 13 7 6
July 6 0 -1 5 0 5
August 5 0 0 5 0 5
September 5 1 0 6 0 6
October 6 2 0 8 0 8
November 8 6 0 14 0 14
December 14 7 0 21 1 20

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19.45 Anti-Terrorism Court - I, Swat


Name of Judge: Mr. Mohammad Amin Kundi
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 40,490,840/- (All courts in Swat)
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
8 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
9 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
10 Driver 4 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transfer Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the year red/ the year 31-12-2014
Abated
7 59 -11 55 51 4
Month-wise Breakup
January 7 7 -1 13 5 8
February 8 7 -4 11 4 7
March 7 5 0 12 4 8
April 8 5 -1 12 3 9
May 9 2 0 11 4 7
June 7 14 0 21 15 6
July 6 6 0 12 6 6
August 6 4 -1 9 2 7
September 7 5 -4 8 2 6
October 6 2 0 8 2 6
November 6 2 0 8 2 6
December 6 0 0 6 2 4

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19.46 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Swat


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Asif Khan
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 APS 16 1 1 0
3 Reader 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
8 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
9 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
10 Driver 4 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
on 1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-
year year 2014
5 22 0 27 22 5
Month-wise Breakup
January 5 0 0 5 0 5
February 5 0 0 5 0 5
March 5 1 0 6 1 5
April 5 7 0 12 6 6
May 6 1 0 7 0 7
June 7 8 0 15 10 5
July 5 2 0 7 2 5
August 5 1 0 6 1 5
September 5 0 0 5 1 4
October 4 1 0 5 1 4
November 4 0 0 4 0 4
December 4 1 0 5 0 5

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19.47 Anti-Terrorism Court -III, Swat at Timergara, Dir Lower


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Bashir

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 0 0 0
3 Senior Scale APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 2 2 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 1 1
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
15 54 -4 65 31 34
Month-wise Breakup
January 15 6 0 21 4 17
February 17 7 0 24 4 20
March 20 4 0 24 0 24
April 24 2 0 26 0 26
May 26 4 0 30 0 30
June 30 1 0 31 0 31
July 31 0 -1 30 0 30
August 30 3 -1 32 7 25
September 25 7 0 32 9 23
October 23 12 -1 34 0 34
November 34 6 0 40 3 37
December 17 2 -1 38 4 34

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19.48 Anti-Terrorism Court -IV, Swat at Camp Court Kabal/Kanju


Name of Judge: Mr. Muhammad Asif Khan

Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials


Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 1 1 0
3 Senior Scale APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transfer Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the year red/ the year 31-12-2014
Abated
2 14 0 16 16 0
Month-wise Breakup
January 2 0 0 2 0 2
February 2 0 0 2 0 2
March 2 1 0 3 1 2
April 2 0 0 2 0 2
May 2 10 0 12 10 2
June 2 0 0 2 1 1
July 1 1 0 2 1 1
August 1 0 0 1 1 0
September 0 1 0 1 1 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 1 0 1 1 0
December 0 0 0 0 0 0

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19.49 Anti-Terrorism Court - V, Matta Swat at Camp Court Batkhela


Name of Judge: Mr. Abdul Ghafoor Qureshi
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 Senior Scale APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 0 0 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 2 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
3 27 -2 28 24 4
Month-wise Breakup
January 3 4 0 7 5 2
February 2 2 0 4 2 2
March 2 4 -1 5 3 2
April 2 5 -1 6 2 4
May 4 2 0 6 0 6
June 6 1 0 7 1 6
July 6 1 0 7 1 6
August 6 0 0 6 0 6
September 6 3 0 9 3 6
October 6 4 0 10 3 7
November 7 0 0 7 3 4

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19.50 Anti-Terrorism Court - VI, Matta Swat


Name of Judge: Mr. Abdul Ghafoor Qureshi
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 17 0 0 0
3 Senior Scale APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 14 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 0 0 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 56 -1 55 54 1
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 3 0 3 3 0
February 0 11 0 11 6 5
March 5 2 0 7 7 0
April 0 14 0 14 10 4
May 4 3 0 7 5 2
June 2 6 0 8 2 6
July 6 3 0 9 7 2
August 2 2 0 4 0 4
September 4 2 0 6 4 2
October 2 4 0 6 4 2
November 2 4 -1 5 5 0
December 0 2 0 2 1 1

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19.51 Anti-Terrorism Court - VII, Kanju at Buner


Name of Judge: Mr. Farhatullah (assumed charge on 12.11.2014)
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Reader 16 1 1 0
3 Senior Scale APS 16 1 1 0
4 Assistant 16 1 1 0
5 Computer Operator 14 1 1 0
6 Junior Clerk 11 2 2 0
7 Driver 4 1 1 0
8 Naib Qasid 1 2 2 0
9 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
10 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
0 4 0 4 1 3
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 0 0 0 0 0
February 0 0 0 0 0 0
March 0 0 0 0 0 0
April 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 0 0 0 0 0 0
June 0 0 0 0 0 0
July 0 0 0 0 0 0
August 0 0 0 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0 0 0
November 0 4 0 4 1 3
December 3 0 0 3 0 3

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19.52 Anti-Terrorism Court – I, Quetta


Name of Judge: Mr. Aftab Ahmed Lone (Additional Charge)
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,879,590/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 1 1 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 0 0 0
8 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 2 1 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
184 157 -143 198 56 142
Month-wise Breakup
January 184 2 0 186 2 184
February 184 31 0 215 19 196
March 196 16 0 212 1 211
April 211 2 0 213 0 213
May 213 6 0 219 7 212
June 212 9 0 221 1 220
July 220 11 0 231 6 225
August 225 12 0 237 3 234
September 234 15 0 249 5 244
October 244 5 0 249 4 245
November 245 12 -143 114 7 107
December 107 36 0 143 1 142

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19.53 Anti-Terrorism Court – II, Quetta


Name of Judge: Mr. Aftab Ahmed Lone
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,150,900/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 1 1 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 1 1 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 0 0 0
8 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
46 146 0 191 33 158
Month-wise Breakup
January 46 2 0 48 8 40
February 40 1 0 41 6 35
March 35 4 0 39 4 35
April 35 1 0 36 4 32
May 32 3 0 35 5 30
June 30 1 0 31 0 31
July 31 4 0 35 0 35
August 35 4 0 39 0 39
September 39 3 0 42 0 42
October 42 6 0 48 0 48
November 48 116 0 164 5 159
December 159 0 0 159 1 158

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19.54 Anti-Terrorism Court, Sibi


Name of Judge: Mr. Nauroz Khan Hoth
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,791,900/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 0 1
2 Superintendent 16 1 0 1
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 1 1 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 0 0 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 1 0 1
8 Junior Clerk 7 0 0 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
56 97 0 153 74 79
Month-wise Breakup
January 56 8 0 64 14 50
February 50 2 0 52 0 52
March 52 18 0 70 8 62
April 62 3 0 65 8 57
May 57 13 0 70 6 64
June 64 17 0 81 5 76
July 76 7 0 83 0 83
August 83 3 0 86 2 84
September 84 12 0 96 7 89
October 89 8 0 97 8 89
November 89 2 0 91 8 83
December 83 4 0 87 8 79

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19.55 Anti-Terrorism Court, Khuzdar


Name of Judge: Mr. Bashir Ahmed Badini
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,045,600/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 1 1 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 0 0 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 1 0 1
8 Junior Clerk 7 0 0 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 0 1
13 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
30 71 0 101 64 37
Month-wise Breakup
January 30 7 0 37 0 37
February 37 6 0 43 7 36
March 36 2 0 38 8 30
April 30 2 0 32 6 26
May 26 25 0 51 11 40
June 40 6 0 46 6 40
July 40 1 0 41 3 38
August 38 5 0 43 6 37
September 37 10 0 47 3 44
October 44 2 0 46 0 46
November 46 2 0 48 9 39
December 39 3 0 42 5 37

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19.56 Anti-Terrorism Court, Turbat


Name of Judge: Mr.Munir Ahmed Marri
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 4,696,100/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 1 1 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 0 0 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 1 0 1
8 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 0 0 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
8 23 0 31 27 4
Month-wise Breakup
January 8 1 0 9 1 8
February 8 1 0 9 0 9
March 9 2 0 11 2 9
April 9 3 0 12 0 12
May 12 0 0 12 4 8
June 8 4 0 12 1 11
July 11 1 0 12 0 12
August 12 5 0 17 8 9
September 9 1 0 10 3 7
October 7 3 0 10 1 9
November 9 2 0 11 7 4
December 4 0 0 4 0 4

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19.57 Anti-Terrorism Court, Dera Allah Yar


Name of Judge: Mr. Abdul Saboor Mengal
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,780,500/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 1 0
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 APS 16 1 1 0
4 Accountant 14 1 1 0
5 Reader 14 0 0 0
6 Data Entry Operator 12 0 0 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
8 Junior Clerk 7 1 1 0
9 Driver 4 1 1 0
10 Niab Qasid 1 1 1 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Process Server 1 1 1 0
13 Sweeper 1 0 0 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
101 119 -2 218 159 59
Month-wise Breakup
January 101 5 0 106 19 87
February 87 15 0 102 7 95
March 95 6 0 101 7 94
April 94 18 0 112 13 99
May 99 16 0 115 10 105
June 105 5 0 110 3 107
July 107 0 0 107 0 107
August 107 14 0 121 13 108
September 108 11 0 119 34 85
October 85 14 0 99 18 81
November 81 10 0 91 18 73
December 73 5 -2 76 17 59

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19.58 Anti-Terrorism Court, Loralai


Name of Judge: Mr. Ghulam Siddiqui Bazi
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 5,527,100/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 Judge (ATC) 21 1 0 1
2 Superintendent 16 0 0 0
3 APS 16 1 0 1
4 Accountant 14 1 0 1
5 Reader 14 1 0 1
6 Data Entry Operator 12 0 0 0
7 Senior Clerk 9 1 0 1
8 Junior Clerk 7 1 0 1
9 Driver 4 1 0 1
10 Niab Qasid 2 1 0 1
11 Chowkidar 1 1 0 1
12 Process Server 1 1 0 1
13 Sweeper 2 0 0 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
0 57 0 57 19 38
Month-wise Breakup
January 0 22 0 22 0 22
February 22 6 0 28 1 27
March 27 0 0 27 0 27
April 27 3 0 30 0 30
May 30 6 0 36 0 36
June 36 4 0 40 0 40
July 40 2 0 42 1 41
August 41 4 0 45 1 44
September 44 3 0 47 6 41
October 41 1 0 42 4 38
November 38 0 0 38 2 36
December 36 6 0 42 4 38

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20. Consumer Courts


Consumer Protection Laws have been introduced across the country which are gradually
gaining ground. The Islamabad Consumer Protection Act, 1995 was the first law
introduced in this country and then the provinces enacted their laws. The Khyber
Pukhtunkhawa Consumer Protection Act was passed in 1997, the Balochistan Consumer
Protection Act in 2003, the Punjab Consumer Protection Act in 2005 and finally the
Sindh Consumer Protection Act was passed in 2007.

20.1 Establishment of the Consumer Courts


The Islamabad Consumer Protection Act, 1995 was enforced in the Islamabad Capital
Territory to protect and promote rights and interests of the consumers. Under section 6
of the said Act, the Authority i.e., the Court of Sessions Islamabad, shall receive
complaints of the consumers and those made on behalf of the Consumers Protection
Counsel, Islamabad for investigation and determination thereof. A complaint may be
filed before the Authority, who shall pass an order under the prescribed procedure.
Under section 10 of the Act an appeal against the orders of the Authority shall lie to the
High Court.
The Punjab Consumer Protection Act, was enacted in 2005 to protect and promote
rights and interests of the consumers. Section 26 of the Act provides that Government
of the Punjab shall establish one or more Consumer Courts to exercise jurisdiction and
powers under this Act. A Consumer Court shall consist of a District Judge or an
Additional District Judge to be appointed by the Government of the Punjab in
consultation with the Lahore High Court. A Consumer, who has suffered damages or in
other cases the authority i.e., the District Coordination Officer of the district concerned
or any other notified officer, may file a claim before the Consumer Court, which shall be
decided within six months after conducting proceedings. Any person aggrieved by any
final order of the Consumer Court may file an appeal in the Lahore High Court within
thirty days of such order.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Consumer Protection Act, was enacted in 1997 to protect
and promote rights and interests of the consumers. Under section 11A of the Act. The
Government of the Khyber Pakhtunkhawa may establish a Consumer Court in each

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District of the Province to be presided by the District and Sessions Judge. A consumer to
redress the grievance may file a complaint before the Consumer Court. Any person
aggrieved by any final order of the Consumer Court may file an appeal in the Peshawar
High Court within thirty days of such order.
The Balochistan Consumers Protection Act was enforced in 2003 to protect and
promote rights and interests of the consumers. Under section 12 of the Act, the
Government of Balochistan shall establish as many Consumer Courts as necessary to
exercise jurisdiction under this Act and appoint a Judge for each of such Consumer
Courts or confer upon a Court of Judicial Magistrate to exercise the power of the
Consumer Court under this Act, in consultation with the High Court of Balochistan. A
consumer who has grievance may file a complaint before the Consumer Court. Any
person aggrieved by any final order of the Consumer Court may prefer an appeal to the
Sessions Court or the Balochistan High Court within period of thirty days of such order.

20.2 Procedure of the Court


The Consumer Court shall, on receipt of a claim if it relates to any product forward a
copy of the claim to the defendant mentioned in the claim directing him to file his written
statement within a period of fifteen days or such extended period not exceeding fifteen
days. Where the defendant, on receipt of such claim, denies or disputes the allegations
contained in the claim, or omits or fails to present his case within the time specified, as the
case may be, the Consumer Court shall proceed to settle the consumer dispute. Where the
claim alleges that products are defective and do not conform to the accepted industry
standards, the Consumer Court may decide the dispute on the basis of the evidence
relating to the accepted industry standards and by inviting expert evidence in this
regard. Where the dispute cannot be determined without proper analysis or test of
products, the Consumer Court shall obtain sample of the products from the
complainant, seal it and authenticate it in the manner prescribed and refer the sample
to a laboratory along with a direction to make analysis or test, whichever may be
necessary, with a view to finding out if such products suffer from any defect and to
report its findings to the Consumer Court within a period of thirty days of the receipt of
the reference or within such period as may be extended, not exceeding fifteen day. The

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Consumer Court may require the claimant to deposit to the credit of the Consumer Court
such fees as may be specified, for payment to the laboratory for carrying out the necessary
analysis or test and the fee so deposited by the claimant shall be payable by the defendant if
the test or analysis support the version of the claimant.
The Consumer Court shall, if the claim relates to any services, forward a copy of such
claim to the defendant directing him to file his written statement within a period of
fifteen days or such extended period not exceeding fifteen days as may be granted by
the Consumer Court and on receipt of the written statement of the defendant, if any,
proceed to settle the dispute on the basis of evidence produced by both the parties. For
the purposes of this section, the Consumer Court shall have the same powers as are
vested in civil court under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (Act XX of 1908). The
Consumer Court shall decide the claim within six months after the service of summons
on the respondent. Eleven Consumer Courts have been established in the Punjab in
Districts Lahore, Sahiwal, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Rawalpindi, Gujrat, Sialkot,
Gujranwala, Bahawalpur, Sargodha and Faisalabad.
11 Consumer Courts have been established in the Punjab and 5 became functional in
the month of November 2014.

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20.3 Consolidated Statement of Consumer Courts


Number of Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Disposal Balance on
Courts 1-1-2014 During the year Abated During the 31-12-2014
Year
12 3197 2973 439 3426 3183

Cases Pending on 1-1-2014 3197

Balance of Cases on 31-12-2014 3183

0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500


Chart illustrating a comparison between number of cases pending at the beginning and end of the year

4000

3000

2000
3426
2973

1000

0
Institution during, 2014 Disposal during, 2014
Chart illustrating a comparison between institution and disposal of cases during the year

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20.4 Consumer Court, Lahore


Name of Presiding Officer: Khawaja Hassan Wali
Muhammad Amjad Pervez
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,615,940/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 District & Sessions Judge - 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Assistant 14 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Messenger 1 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
on during the year Abated during the year 31-12-2014
1-1-2014
991 893 0 1884 936 948
Month-wise Breakup
January 991 74 0 1065 98 967
February 967 83 0 1050 79 971
March 971 88 0 1059 83 976
April 976 93 0 1069 95 974
May 974 73 0 1047 103 944
June 944 80 0 1024 88 936
July 936 90 0 1026 71 955
August 955 49 0 1004 30 974
September 974 72 0 1046 131 915
October 915 79 0 994 72 922
November 922 54 0 976 14 962
December 962 58 0 1020 72 948

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20.5 Consumer Court, Sahiwal


Name of Presiding Officer: Mr. Muhammad Amjad Pervez
Mr. Ikram Ullah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 7,890,740/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials
Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant
Strength Strength
1 District & Sessions Judge - 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Assistant 14 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Messenger 1 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0
Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases
Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
249 169 0 418 226 192
Month-wise Breakup
January 249 22 0 271 48 223
February 223 14 0 237 25 212
March 212 12 0 224 26 198
April 198 12 0 210 25 185
May 185 13 0 198 19 179
June 179 11 0 190 18 172
July 172 14 0 186 4 182
August 182 10 0 192 15 177
September 177 12 0 189 21 168
October 168 18 0 186 10 176
November 176 16 0 192 4 188
December 188 15 0 203 11 192

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20.6 Consumer Court, Dera Ghazi Khan


Name of Presiding Officer: Mirza Jawad Abid Baig
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 8,466,940/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials

Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant


Strength Strength
1 District & Sessions Judge - 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Assistant 14 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Messenger 1 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-
year year 2014
562 1106 63 1731 1475 256
Month-wise Breakup
January 562 160 18 740 110 630
February 630 121 7 758 190 568
March 568 123 10 701 123 578
April 578 194 7 779 136 643
May 643 168 9 820 78 742
June 742 150 3 895 189 706
July 706 32 3 741 123 618
August 618 9 0 627 271 356
September 356 40 0 396 99 297
October 297 23 2 322 77 245
November 245 57 2 304 68 236
December 236 29 2 267 11 256

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20.7 Consumer Court, Multan


Name of Presiding Officer: Mr. Zafar Iqbal Ch.
Syed Imam Ali Shah
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs 8,750,040/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials

Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant


Strength Strength
1 District & Sessions Judge - 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 1 0
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Assistant 14 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Messenger 1 1 0 1
10 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated during the 31-12-2014
year year
187 157 15 359 178 181
Month-wise Breakup
January 187 13 3 203 25 178
February 178 14 2 194 31 163
March 163 14 0 177 25 152
April 152 12 0 164 20 144
May 144 12 1 157 10 147
June 147 13 2 162 10 152
July 152 7 1 160 10 150
August 150 9 0 159 5 154
September 154 23 0 177 13 164
October 164 14 3 181 6 175
November 175 16 1 192 10 182
December 182 10 2 194 13 181

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20.8 Consumer Court, Gujranwala


Name of Presiding Officer: Mian Muhammad Ilyas
Total Annual Budget (2014-15): Rs. 6,690,640/-
Statement Showing Sanctioned & Working Strength of officers / officials

Sr. # Title of Post BPS Sanctioned Working Vacant


Strength Strength
1 District & Sessions Judge - 1 1 0
2 Registrar 17 1 0 1
3 Private Secretary 17 1 1 0
4 APS 14 1 1 0
5 Assistant 14 1 1 0
6 Senior Clerk 9 1 1 0
7 Junior Clerk 7 2 2 0
8 Driver 4 1 1 0
9 Messenger 1 1 1 0
10 Naib Qasid 1&2 2 2 0
11 Chowkidar 1 1 1 0
12 Sweeper 1 1 1 0

Statement Showing Institution, Disposal and Pendency of Cases


Pendency on Institution Transferred/ Total Disposal during Balance on
1-1-2014 during the Abated the year 31-12-2014
year
187 438 0 625 327 298
Month-wise Bre