Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has advocated speedy trial for terrorism related cases, said Daily Times, a Pakistan newspaper.
While addressing the members of ‘Vision 2025 – Conference of Stakeholders’, Sharif said terrorism cases should be resolved within 14 days. He further added that there shouldn’t be any bail for those involved in such cases.
Accepting the delay in verdicts in court cases, he also suggested that judges dealing with such cases should wear mask and hold trials through video links.
While calling the drone strikes unacceptable and harmful, Sharif had on Friday said to have raised the issue with US President Barack Obama and asked him to stop them.
His statement came after the recent drone strike in Hangu which killed six persons yesterday.
The Prime Minister’s Advisor for National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz had told the US emissary that the drone strikes are the trespass Pakistan’s reign and integrity and cramping the peace talks with the militants.