Judge Humayon Dilawar, who convicted Imran Khan, Moved Abroad for Human Rights and Rule of Law Training

Judge Humayon Dilawar, who convicted Imran Khan, Moved Abroad for Human Rights and Rule of Law Training

**Title:** Judge Humayon Dilawar, who convicted Imran Khan, Moved Abroad for Human Rights and Rule of Law Training

**Date:** August 6, 2023

**In a surprising development, Judge Humayon Dilawar, known for convicting former Prime Minister Imran Khan, has been relocated abroad to undergo specialized training in Human Rights and Rule of Law.**

Judge Dilawar’s decision to convict Imran Khan on charges stemming from a high-profile corruption case had garnered significant attention both domestically and internationally. Following the verdict, the judge faced numerous challenges and threats, prompting concerns for his personal safety and wellbeing.

As a measure to ensure Judge Dilawar’s safety and to provide him with further expertise in his field, authorities have arranged for him to receive advanced training in Human Rights and Rule of Law from a reputable institution abroad. The move comes as part of the government’s commitment to promoting judicial independence and expertise in upholding the rule of law.

The decision to send Judge Dilawar for training aims to equip him with the necessary knowledge and skills to handle complex legal matters, further strengthening the justice system in the country. It is also seen as a step towards fostering an environment that encourages transparency, accountability, and fair play within the judicial system.

While abroad, Judge Dilawar is expected to undergo an intensive program that covers various aspects of human rights law, international conventions, and best practices in handling legal cases related to rule of law. The training is slated to last for several months, during which Judge Dilawar will have the opportunity to interact with legal experts and professionals from different parts of the world.

The decision has received mixed reactions from the public, with some praising the government’s efforts to invest in the development of the judiciary, while others expressing concerns about the implications of sending a high-profile judge overseas. Nonetheless, officials remain optimistic that this move will bolster Judge Dilawar’s abilities and contribute to the advancement of the country’s justice system.

As Judge Dilawar embarks on this transformative journey, many will be closely watching the outcomes of his training and the potential impact it may have on the future of justice and rule of law in the nation.


During his visit, Judge Dilawar will attend the ‘Judicial Training on Human Rights and the Rule of Law’ from August 5 to August 13. IHC top judge Justice Aamer Farooq nominated him for the training, funded by the Commonwealth Secretariat, London.

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