“We have to find a cure for this case backlog disease,” he said while addressing the second National Judicial Conference 2016 at the Supreme Court auditorium on Sunday.
The last day of the conference will have an in-depth discussion on the Women and Child Repression Act 2000.
“I felt hurt to hear that judges in some districts are involved in unexpected conflict over personal issues. It affects the judicial system and leads to sluggishness,” the Chief Justice added.
Mentioning limitations of training for district judges, he further said, “I never took the decision of promotion and recruitment alone. I always decide these things after consulting with my senior judges.”
The Chief Justice also informed: “The government is working for the infrastructure, adequate vehicles, IT facilities and security of the judges.”
Justice M Enayetur Rahim emphasised on legal aid service saying: “There are inadequacies of legal aid services because of internal limitations.”