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Our Vision

Justice denotes placing things in their rightful place and is a cornerstone of a harmonious society, ensuring everyone receives what they deserve without prejudice or favoritism. A society riddled with injustice is a danger to humanity, as injustice anywhere threatens justice everywhere. This principle underscores the importance of fair legal systems worldwide. The District Judiciary Shangla is dedicated to upholding this principle. We strive to provide speedy and affordable justice for all, guided by values such as fairness, accessibility, independence, integrity, impartiality, and responsiveness. We serve without discrimination based on gender, religion, race, caste, creed, or economic status. Our mission is to establish a just society within our jurisdiction, delivering justice without delay or fear. Recognizing that justice delayed is justice denied, we work diligently for timely resolutions. This website is part of our initiative to provide the latest case information and other legal assistance to District Shangla residents. We aim to embody "Justice at doorstep" by making legal information and assistance readily accessible, fostering a more informed and empowered community. Our online platform bridges the gap between the judiciary and the public. May ALLAH guide us in upholding the highest standards of justice, maintaining our commitment to fairness and integrity, and ensuring every individual feels heard and valued in our pursuit of justice.

Nasrullah Khan Gandapur
District & Sessions Judge
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Progress Chart - May 2024
Institution
299
Disposal
415

About Us

The District Judiciary is structured like a pyramid with the Sessions Court at the apex and the court of Civil Judge at the base. On July 11th, 1996 the Hon’ble Peshawar High Court, Peshawar sanctioned the “Session Division, Shangla” and one District & Session Judge along with allied staff were given to the District vide Notification Endst: No. A (b) 5-1996-97/3142-43 dated 11.07.1996. Observing good faith and selfless justice towards all is the motto of Hon’ble the Chief Justice, Peshawar High Court, Peshawar and the same has been reciprocated in letter & spirit in the vision of the Sessions Judge. The whole Judicial set up is headed by District & Sessions Judge, one Additional District & Sessions Judge while the Civil Courts is led by Senior Civil Judge Admin with one Senior Civil Judge Judicial and one Civil Judge. One Civil Judge is posted each at Tehsil Puran, Besham and Chakesar. The bulging population coupled with the billowing surge of litigation has enhanced the miseries of the down-trodden class to the extent of suffocation and only a timely mathematical and methodical strategy, being inevitable, can set such state of affairs at naught but condition precedent is dedication and sincerity. Lack of resources followed by budgetary constraints is an insurmountable impediment towards the achievement of goals, but even then, the District Judiciary Shangla in the leadership of Sessions Judge has accepted this daunting challenge and is marching to the tone of its toes and heels towards the efficient performance and best service delivery in order to make Shangla a utopian city.

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Shangla at a Grance

Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars, District Shangla has a unique geographical entity in the region. It witnesses the sizzling hot as well as the shivering cold weather round the year. Shangla top assumes the status of a picnic spot especially in the snow fall and can be equated to Murree and Galyat. The history of District Shangla is not very old. It was the part of “Waali-e-Swat” dynasty since 1926, which got merged as a district of NWFP (currently Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) in 1969. On July 10th, 1995, Shangla was upgraded to separate district by the then Chief Minister. Shangla-Top separates this district from Swat. District Shangla is located in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa with the 34.92o (Latitude) and 72.63o (Longitude). It is surrounded by Battagram, Kala Dhaka (Black Mountain of Hazara), Swat, Kohistan and Buner districts with the total area of 1586 KM2. The average elevation of the district is 2000 to 3500 meters above sea level. The total population of District Shangla reported in the Census-2023 is 0.891 Million. Shangla district consists of small valleys situated between the hillocks and surrounded by high mountains comprising of Tehsil Alpurai (Headquarter of District), Puran, Besham and Chakesar.
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