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Processing complaints against judges by others could interfere with the freedom of the judges- CJ
Chief Justice Ahmed Faiz has said that the processing of complaints against judges by other than the Judicial Service Commission could interfere with the freedom of the judges granted by the constitution.
The chief judge stated this in a letter addressed to the President of the Judicial Service Commission. In the letter Chief Justice Faiz noted that the processing of complaints against judges is a constitutional responsibility of the Judicial Service Commission and not other institutions.
He said that if the complaints against the judges are allowed to be processed by other institutions and not the judicial service commission then this might lead for some groups to take advantage of this and misuse issues related to the courts of law.
The Chief Judge underscored the importance of taking the necessary actions against those trying to defame judges and the courts of law. He said that this is the only way to maintain the trust of the people in the judiciary.