Supreme Court of Pakistan has launched its new website and E-court Video Link System in collaboration with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) at Islamabad yesterday.
The newly launched website will allow users to view and search entire case history, associated information, and judgments of the Court on the Supreme Court website.
The new website is equipped with latest major features like “Online Case Search” “Judgement Search” and “Cause List Search” and will allow users to use multiple search parameters to help study the important case law with the ability to print in a PDF Format. There are some other tools too featuring important news highlights, Museum Gallery, Judge Profiles and a Photo Gallery.
The Supreme Court IT Committee under the supervision of Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Mansoor Ali Shah has collaborated with the NADRA to establish a live video link between the principal seat and its four branch registries located in Quetta, Karachi, Lahore, and Peshawar. It will allow the central bench of the Supreme Court to conduct case hearings whilst litigants may attend from any of these 04 Court remote registries instead of coming to Islamabad.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa also inaugurated the state of the art Research Centre in Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Research Centre is equipped with the latest technology-based modern research tools and legal search engines.
Addressing the Launching ceremony in Islamabad, Chief Juice of Pakistan Justice Asif Saeed Khosa said we bring the latest technology in our judiciary system to make the ease of litigation in case proceedings. It will save time and cost-effective for the lawyers and litigants to participate in case proceedings via their nearest registry through Video Link.
This is another digital updates in Pakistan that will definitely help people in their case proceedings and hearings and will save a lot of time and money. Using Video Link Technology, The lawyers and litigants can participate in their case proceedings remotely.