CJP presides over building committee’s meeting.

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LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP), Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Friday chaired a meeting of the building committee which has been assigned the task of renovating and rehabilitating Supreme Court Branch Registry at Lahore.According to a press release here, judges of Supreme Court Mr.Justice Tasadduq Hussain Jillani, Mr. Justice Muhammad Sair Ali,Mr. Justice Khalil ur Rehman Ramday and Dr. Faqir Hussain, Registrar as well as officers of relevant government departments attended the meeting.

The Chief Justice directed to work dedicatedly in order to complete the work on the ground floor within the stipulated time. i.e. May 31, 2010.
He stressed the need for taking cost effective measures in order to complete the work within the reduced cost of the project by the federal government.
The meeting also discussed various options to keep the price line at its lowest level without compromising the quality of the material.
The CJ directed for prompt payment of bills to the contractors, so that the construction work continues without any interruption. He also directed that similar material should be used in the chambers of CJ and other Judges as well as rooms for secretaries to maintain equality and similarity.
He asked the participants to evolve consensus on most suitable items for use in the flooring.
The Deputy Registrar was also asked to maintain a liaison with the members of the Building Committee Lahore.
It may be mentioned that Mr. Justice Muhamamd Sair Ali being the senior judge has been nominated as Member of Building Committee Lahore on the retirement of Mr. Justice Ch. Ijaz Ahmed.

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