IGP appreciates performance of Dispute Resolution Council

City Reporter

Inspector General of Police Islamabad Qazi Jamil ur Rehman on Thursday visited the dispute resolution council and appreciated its role in the settlement of minor disputes at the community level and providing relief to the people.

The IGP was told that dispute resolution council received 20 applications during the last two weeks related to disputes of various nature and resolved 13 cases of which 45 percent were related to family matters, 45 percent to monetary issues and 10 of miscellaneous nature.

Following the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to provide relief to the people, the council has been set up in Islamabad which is looking into the cases of civil nature including domestic and monetary disputes and other case of miscellaneous nature.

The IGP appreciated the cooperation and performance of members of the council and said they were assisting to resolve cases.

He said the councils was responsible for amicably resolving the disputes through a proper fact-finding process and work as a jury in the conduct of contested investigations.

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