LAHORE - The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has disapproved of the establishment of mobile courts terming the same a measure to disrupt the judicial order as well as to foment widespread resentment in the country. The Commission through its Chairperson, Asma Jahangir stated here Monday that timing and manner which has been adopted through the ordinance to set up mobile courts, is a matter of serious concern. There is no valid reason why the government chose to introduce this measure through a presidential ordinance a day ahead of the current session of the assembly. "Such brazen faced tricks to bypass the Parliament always invite doubts on government bona fides. It is impossible to ignore the timing of the measure, amid protests by the PML-N against the Court verdict disqualifying its leaders and ahead of the lawyers long march. If it is meant to pre-empt protests and demonstrations it will only fuel more. Such short-sighted measure would achieve little other than further undermining public faith in the judicial order and increasing credibility gap between the public and the government and it is all the more important to avoid them amid the prevailing confidence deficit and political turmoil," the Commission added.