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QUETTA: Balochistan Law Department (BLD) has compiled all the laws covering the past 209 years from 1812 to 2021, all the compiled volumes were uploaded on the website of the Law Department for the convenience of lawyers, the public, and departments. Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi, Parliamentary Secretary of Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Science and Information Technology stated that the officers and staff of the department made hectic efforts to upload updated laws on the official website.

Director Codification section of the Law Department Mr. Muzmal Hussain, Deputy Director Mr.Hafeezullah, and former Director of Parliamentary Affairs Mr.Saeedullah met her and presented the last certified updated complete, and final published volumes to her during the meeting. Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi paid great tribute to the entire team including the director and deputy director of the codification section for completing this most difficult task within a short period of time. She praised the high quality of work in printing and publishing.

Dr. further said that a second volume was published in 1992 containing updates from 1963 to 1969, and a third volume was publicized in 1994 which compiled all information from 1970 to 1980 saying these three volumes were completed and published in six years, since then, work in this regard was suspended. last year, we had decided to end this 29-year backlog and restart the task.
She said that in this regard, the Law Codification Section of the Department started the work of drafting and printing by consolidating all laws, orders and references and in the same year between 2021 and 2022, completed the most difficult task of compiling, verifying, and printing three volumes four, five and six by the concerned department.
Volume 4 includes updates from 1981 to 2009, Volume 5 from 2009 to 2014, and Volume 6 from 2015 to 2021, she said.
Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi said that all these important legal documents have been uploaded on the website of the Balochistan Law Department for the convenience of government departments, lawyers, and the public which could be easily utilized and as in the past, no department or individual would need to search the files buried in any department for legal support and reference.

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