Provincial Minister for Law and Cooperatives Raja Basharat has said that the government was taking concrete steps to provide cheap and speedy justice to the people. He was talking to officers of Advocate General Punjab Multan Branch at the Civil Secretariat here on Saturday. Advocate General Punjab Ahmed Owais, Additional Advocate General of Multan Branch Ramzan Khalid and Assistant Advocate General were also present. Basharat said that the main purpose of these meetings initiated on the direction of the Chief Minister Usman Buzdar was to review the performance and problems of the law officers so that the obstacles in the delivery of speedy justice could be removed. He directed the law officers to pay special attention to dispose of old cases. He directed the concerned government departments to improve liaison and response to law officers. He assured that all the legal, administrative and financial issues of the law officers would be removed. He told that in the next phase meetings would be held with Bahawalpur, Rawalpindi and Lahore branches. Advocate General Punjab said that recruitment of law officers against vacant posts would be started soon. He directed the participating officers to send written suggestions for solution of their problems.