LAHORE - Chief Justice Lahore High Court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif has asked the newly-inducted civil judges to dispense justice to masses keeping fear of Allah in their hearts. Justice Sharif said the salaries and other benefits of judicial officers had been enhanced remarkably and now judges had no reason to look for unfair means. He was addressing the inaugural ceremony of 12-week training course for newly-recruited judicial officers in provincial subordinate judiciary held at Punjab Judicial Academy on Saturday. The CJ pointed out that the judges of high court were performing duties till night for giving prompt justice to the people and judges of subordinate judiciary should also follow their precedent. He further advised them to treat litigants and lawyers in an honourable manner and avoid wasting time by sitting in chambers. Chief Justice asked the judicial officers to perform their duties while keeping fear of Allah Almighty in their hearts and decide cases irrespective of possible anger from any party except anger of our creature. He said on the Day of Judgment 'rulersand 'jurists will appear first before the court of Allah Almighty and they will be awarded maximum punishment for doing injustice. Through your sincere performance, a message should be given to public that this judiciary is better than old one, CJ instructed the judges. To err is human, but element of malafidy in a mistake cannot be tolerated, CJ cautioned. He lauded the functioning of Punjab Judicial Academy saying that was a best training institute for new entrants. LHC judge, Justice Iftikhar Hussain Chaudhry, honorary consultant of judicial academy, Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Khan (rtd) and director general of the academy, Justice Tanvir Ahmad Khan (rtd) were also present on the occasion.