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Over 40,000 Cases Tried in Past 3 Months: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the Islamic Emirate reports that in the past three months it has dealt with more than 40,000 different cases across the country.

“In all the courts of the country, 44,496 different cases have been resolved in these three months, and these numbers show that the authorities have done enough work,” said Abdul Rahim Rashid, spokesman for the Supreme Court.

Abdul Rahim Rashid said that the department has also distributed more than 44,000 different documents to citizens throughout the country during this period.

“In the last three months, Saratan, Asad, and Sanbula months, 44,560 different documents have been executed, of which 11,731 of them were marriage certificates.

Meanwhile, some citizens who have referred to the Supreme Court have some requests from the Islamic Emirate.

“What we want from Afghanistan's courts, whether it is primary or appellate courts, whether there is a legal case or anything else, we want justice in it,” said Mahrmullah, an applicant.

“I had a file from the previous government and the file had many problems. Since this government came, things have become very easy,” said Sayedullah, an applicant.

The Supreme Court continues to acknowledge the complaints regarding the slowness of providing services to citizens and pledged that these challenges will be addressed in a better way.

Over 40,000 Cases Tried in Past 3 Months: Supreme Court

Meanwhile, some citizens who have referred to the Supreme Court have some requests from the Islamic Emirate.

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The Supreme Court of the Islamic Emirate reports that in the past three months it has dealt with more than 40,000 different cases across the country.

“In all the courts of the country, 44,496 different cases have been resolved in these three months, and these numbers show that the authorities have done enough work,” said Abdul Rahim Rashid, spokesman for the Supreme Court.

Abdul Rahim Rashid said that the department has also distributed more than 44,000 different documents to citizens throughout the country during this period.

“In the last three months, Saratan, Asad, and Sanbula months, 44,560 different documents have been executed, of which 11,731 of them were marriage certificates.

Meanwhile, some citizens who have referred to the Supreme Court have some requests from the Islamic Emirate.

“What we want from Afghanistan's courts, whether it is primary or appellate courts, whether there is a legal case or anything else, we want justice in it,” said Mahrmullah, an applicant.

“I had a file from the previous government and the file had many problems. Since this government came, things have become very easy,” said Sayedullah, an applicant.

The Supreme Court continues to acknowledge the complaints regarding the slowness of providing services to citizens and pledged that these challenges will be addressed in a better way.

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