Farogh Naseem said that it is being considered to establish the international law universities in the country.
Farogh Naseem, the federal minister for law, met a delegation of the Islamabad Bar Council members on Wednesday and extended their vote of confidence to him, as per the reports of local media.
As per the available details, the members of the Islamabad bar council were given assurance that all grievances of the law practitioners would be addressed in an able manner.
The minister while speaking on the occasion said that it was a duty on the ones who are linked with the field to control hearsay about matters regarding to the state.
He also indicated that the plan of the government was to establish universities for the law practitioners which would be meeting the international standards and with time, surpass it.
The minister also gave an assurance that the members of the bar council to put a good word forward to build a proper office for the council.
The federal law minister Barrister Farogh Naseem on the 24th of February denied the rumours of his resignation and opposition towards the hiring of the newly-hired Attorney General Khalid Javed.
He said that neither he is resigning from his post as law minister nor he has any reservations towards the hiring of Khalid Javed.