Pakistan Penal Code In Urdu [TOP]
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The key to a fair trial in Pakistan is the pist-jaan. The pist-jaan [bodyguard] is a court-appointed person who is compensated for any roles he may play. This person is charged with the responsibility of securing the safety of the defendant, the witnesses, and the judge. However, some judges have been known to object to the fact that the accused has chosen a pist-jaan as well as the fact that the pist-jaan has any role at all in the trial.
The Pakistani legal system uses informal processes to dispose of most court cases. Informal processes usually involve taxicabs and individuals known as Lalman (or Hakeem) who are representative of Muslim lower middle class and lower bourgeoisie. These people enjoy the reputation of being ‘on the side of the law’, i.e. favoring the weak and helpless. Their most important role is to ensure that the decision of the court is in accordance with the law of the land. This informal process is called Pirzada. In some cases, the Pirzada decides to intervene by having the case reviewed by the District and Session Judge. If the Pirzada is satisfied with the verdict he gives, the decision of the district court is final. If not, he may refer the matter to a high court if he is satisfied with the court verdict.
With the promulgation of Qisas & Diyat Ordinance, 2012, the following punishments have been defined and revised as per Article 291 which can be applied by the courts and the CBI under the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Communities (Recognition of Regalities) Order, 2010: d2c66b5586