LAHORE - City lawyers will observe complete boycott of courts on Monday (today) besides staging two hours sit-in outside Governor's House to mark November 3 as a black day, when last year Prevez Musharraf had imposed emergency and sacked 43 superior court judges through PCO to perpetuate his illegitimate regime. The students of different educational institutions, representatives of civil society, traders and political parties will also join lawyers in their protest. The mainstream leadership of opposition parties is also expected to partake in Black Day's activities. Both the Lahore High Court Bar Association and the Lahore Bar Association will hold their general house meetings and pass condemnation resolutions against what they call unconstitutional steps of November 3 before taking out the protest rallies.   The bars have also arranged 9 buses for the lawyers to take them to Islamabad to attend Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry's address and participate in lawyers' sit-in at the Constitutional Avenue. The LHCBA's secretary Rana Asadullah said the City lawyers would observe complete boycott of court proceedings and would protest against the present government as well for delaying the restoration of all the sacked judges including Chief Justice Of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. He said the LHCBA had arranged six buses to take lawyers to Islamabad. He said LHCBA President Anwar Kamal would lead them to Islamabad while he (Adadullah) and vice president Mian Aslam would remain in the City to mobilise lawyers and make arrangements for activities in Lahore. Rana said a motor cycle rally of University Law College students will also join them while the traders of Anarkali and Hall Road had also ensured their participation. Rana said a general call has also been given to the public to join the lawyers' protest and appeal them to partake in the rally as the independence of judiciary is the dream of every Pakistani. He said he along with other senior members of the bar would persuade the lawyers to stay away from attending court proceedings.     He said November 3, 2007 was the blackest day of our history when a dictator with a stroke of pen sent packing dozens of judges only to save his rule that was under threat in Supreme Court. He said the lawyers would never accept November 3 steps. The LBA's President Manzoor Qadir said the LBA had arranged three buses for lawyers to go to Islamabad. He said those lawyers who would not proceed to Islambad would take part in the protest rally in the City. He said the LBA lawyers would hold sit-in at the PMG Chowk for two hours to mark November 3 as black day. He said the victory of Ali Ahmed Kurd as president of Supreme Court Bar Association has boosted lawyers' morale 100 times and their movement would gain momentum as this fact would prove on Monday (today). He said lawyers would continue their movement till restoration of all the sacked judges.