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New security plan evolved for fool proof security of Judges, clients.

RAWALPINDI -- A new 31point security plan has been evolved for the fool proof security of judges, clients, lawyers and judicial staff of Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi bench.

The plan has been approved and signed by additional registrar high court, CPO Rawalpindi and district management which will be implemented at the cost of Rs 31.9 million.

New security plan has been worked out in consultation with Chief Justice Khawaja Imtiaz, Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and secretary bar Faisal Butt.

Bullet proof vehicles and escorts have been provided to all judges of bench. As many as 150 close circuit cameras will be installed for security purpose. 8 feet high boundary wall surrounded by barbed wire, hydraulic road blockers, 10 walk through gates, 30 wireless sets, 5 explosive detectors, one base station, public address system in courts, announcement system in entire high court, headphone at gate, security alarms system in court room and precinct of court search lights will be installed.

4 screening rooms, 20 inches LD for monitoring control room and cameras, anti fire system, and emergency outlets will be built. Sniffer dogs and searching mirrors will be provided to metal detectors force. 61 guards from police and 2 vehicles of Rangers will be deployed.

Interior ministry has said that decision has been taken to introduce bio metric system to identify the terrorists who enter into court in lawyers uniform.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Mar 19, 2015
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