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Terrorism cases hearing daily, CJ-led meeting decides

ISLAMABAD:  The cases of terrorism would be heard on daily basis, a press release of meeting presided over by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Nasir Ul Mulk said.

It was also decided in the meeting that terrorism related cases would be heard separately, the press releases added.

Frontier Constabulary and police services will be sought to ensure security of the courts in Baluchistan and Malakand, the meeting decided.

Judges would also hold monthly meetings and reports of the meetings would be sent to CJ.

The meeting also decided to prepare a list of anti-terrorist courts of the country.

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