Establishment of Fast-Track Courts for Property Disputes Being Planned by OPF
According to the managing director of Overseas Pakistani Foundation (OPF), Dr. Amer Sheikh, the organization is embarking on a new initiative to establish specialized fast-track courts in all provinces of Pakistan.
Overseas Pakistani Foundation Meeting
Overseas Pakistani Foundation (OPF) is starting a new project, according to Dr. Amer Sheikh, the managing director of the organization, who made the announcement during a Senate Standing Committee on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development. In order to safeguard the property of Pakistanis living abroad and ensure that property disputes are speedily handled, this project proposes to establish specialist fast-track courts in each of Pakistan’s provinces.
Senator Anwar ul Haq Kakar, who presided over the meeting, lauded the OPF’s proposal and hailed it as a “move in the right path.” Kakar also underlined the necessity of developing a comprehensive strategy to solve the difficulties encountered by Pakistanis travelling abroad at airports, emphasizing the significance of taking action to simplify and facilitate their travel arrangements.
Establishment of Fast-Track Courts
The unveiling of the OPF’s new project was the main focus of the Senate Standing Committee on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, but there was also a briefing on the foundation’s ongoing initiatives. They include creating housing societies, educational facilities, and offering scholarships to the kids of overseas Pakistanis in a variety of professions in order to ensure the well-being of immigrants and their families, both in Pakistan and abroad.
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In addition, OPF has established complaint cells for prompt resolving of issues experienced by Pakistanis living abroad, and to date, it has successfully handled a sizable number of complaints. The committee’s chairman gave the Employees Old Age Benefits Institution (EOBI) two weeks to present a thorough report on all claims made against it. This was stated at the meeting.
The proceedings also covered the Overseas Employment Corporation’s (OEC) initiatives to provide Pakistanis with employment possibilities abroad and underlined the importance of educating talented immigrants in new technologies to better prepare them for the labor market.
The report on the proceedings of a Senate Standing Committee on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development meeting serves as the context for this statement. OPF is in charge of guaranteeing the well-being of Pakistani immigrants and their families both in Pakistan and abroad, was the main topic of discussion at the conference.
The committee was briefed on the OPF’s ongoing programs, which include housing cooperatives, educational facilities, and complaint centers for resolving issues experienced by Pakistanis living abroad. The need to train competent immigrants in new technologies and to boost their career prospects were also topics of discussion at the conference. The OEC is working to establish employment possibilities for Pakistanis abroad. Additionally, The committee’s chairman gave the EOBI two weeks to present a thorough report on the accusations leveled against it.