ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) is divided over the apex court's decision for initiating proceedings against PCO judges by framing contempt charges against them from February 21. President SCBA Asma Jahangir, while talking to the media in Lahore on Wednesday had termed the notices issued by the Supreme Court to the judges on the contempt of court charges unreasonable and said the act was tantamount to inflicting harm to its own status. However, 12 executive members of SCBA, who are associated with Hamid Khan group, on Thursday welcomed the apex court's decision regarding PCO judges and termed it as a historical decision. They also criticised its President to refrain from passing any derogatory remarks regarding the apex court's February 2 judgment. "She should not express her personal views in the garb of SCBA", they remarked. Talking to The Nation, SCBA executive member Aslam Ghumman said that these 12 executive members held a meeting here on the premises of the Supreme Court. He further added that Vice President, SCBA, KA Wahab, Additional Secretary Salheen Mughal, Finance Secretary Sanaullah Zahid and other members of the executive committee attended the meeting. Expressing their views, Hamid Khan group's members were of the view that every individual who supported dictatorship should be brought to justice. "The sacrifices rendered by lawyers, civil society, media and other people could not be defeated", they maintained. They also said that the court's recent judgment reflected that no body was above the law and Constitution. They said that the judges who took oath under Provisional Constitutional Order (PCO) had supported the dictatorship and they were not eligible to remain as judges of the court especially when they were bared to take oath under PCO by a seven-member bench of the apex court.