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PPP did not come through back door, will complete 5 year: Babar Awan.

KOTLI SATIYAN, October 20, 2010 (Frontier Star): Federal Minister for Law Dr Babar Awan said that PPP did not come through back door but got rule through people's vote power and would complete it's tenure of five years. Addressing to Kotli Satiyan Bar Association here on Wednesday, federal minister for Law Dr Babar Awan said that PPP did not come into power through back doors it was the people power that gave this party a chance to govern and we would come up to the expectations of the people adding that all avenues of those coming into power through back doors have been closed He said that despite passage of 63 years of freedom, Kotli Satiyan could not be freed adding that Kotly Satiyan would be provided all rights. He said that he always raised voice for the poor to make provision of justice easy. He told the Bar Association that he is their lawyer and would fight for them. He said that he wanted to see the nation's flag fly very high. He said that now residents of Swat and Malakand are very happy due to the sacrifices rendered by the people. He said that two summaries would be dispatched for permanent courts in Kotli Satiyan. In this connection Law ministry dispatched one summary to Chief Justice while senior minister Raja Riaz would dispatch the other summary to Punjab Cabinet session. He said that a degree college would be set up there in 2011 and 2011 would be year of inaugurations in Kotli Satiyan. He announced to give Rs 1 million for facilities of library and chambers while Rs 2 million for furniture in Kotli Satiyan Bar Association.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Oct 20, 2010
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