The Supreme Court of the Islamic Emirate reported that after the reestablishment of the Islamic Emirate, it has addressed nearly 300,000
cases in the country.
The Supreme Court's head of foreign, public, and press relations, Abdul Rahim Rashid, added that the departments of this institution have issued nearly 300,000 official docs to citizens throughout the country during this period.
Rashid said that all of the nation's courts are working to promptly address the cases of residents.
“In total, the supreme court has addressed 272,463 cases, and during this period, it has also addressed 293,944 official docs,” he noted.
Meanwhile, some citizens noted that justice should be considered in court decisions.
“I ask the Islamic Emirate that people’s cases not be delayed, and should be addressed on time,” Fazullah Qaderi, a resident of Nanagarhar told TOLOnews.
“It will be acceptable to all the people if justice is implemented,” Ali Hassan, a resident of Bamiyan told TOLOnews.
According to some political analysts, professional people should be appointed in the courts so that people's cases can be addressed properly.
“These employees who were not corruption in the previous government, they should be hired in lower positions in courts so that the process of supreme court comes back to normal,” said Moeen Gul Samkanai, a political analyst.
The officials of the Supreme Court pledged transparency in the courts of the country, saying they are trying to improve their work process.