The Federal Cabinet has approved the establishment of five new special courts across the country to prevent trafficking.
According to ARY News, the establishment of special courts to prevent trafficking in the country has been approved. Sources say that this approval has been given by the federal cabinet, according to which 5 new special courts will be established across the country, including three in Balochistan, while one each in Punjab and Sindh.
According to sources, the federal cabinet has approved the summary of the Ministry of Law and Justice through circulation. These special courts will be established under the Customs Act, 1969.
Sources also said that these five courts of anti-smuggling, customs and tax sessions will be established in Karachi, Quetta, Chaman, Nushki and Multan.