Do not 'politicise differences', BHC CJ advises lawyers.

KHUZDAR -- The Balochistan High Court chief justice has said the people of Balochistan have great expectations from the judiciary, but they suffer if courts are unable to help them when lawyers are on strike.

Speaking at a reception hosted by lawyers during his visit to the sessions court in Khuzdar on Monday, Chief Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan said the bar and the bench were two pillars of the judicial system. 'There is no friendship between them. Instead, they enjoy a relationship of respect for each other,' the chief justice said.

He advised lawyers not to 'politicise personal differences' and thrash out a code of conduct in this regard.

Justice Naeem Afghan said the court would never be 'a...

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