ISLAMABAD - Iftikhar Hussain Rajput, a tanners' salt supplier by profession, Saturday filed two separate petitions in the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) and the Islamabad High Court (IHC) seeking severe action against Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar for his alleged misconduct. "I have faxed my petition against the Chief Justice, who violated his oath, did injustice to the nation and committed misconduct, to the SJC besides sending the same through a registered mail to IHC," Rajput, a philanthropic activist, told TheNation on telephone from his residence in Lahore. Rajput, who attracted even the international media on Friday last, has requested the SJC to remove, after giving him due hearing, the Chief Justice for getting his daughter's marks increased. It is pertinent to be noted here that his filing of the petition against the Chief Justice was coincided with Nawaz Sharif's declaring in Lahore that Farah Dogar's marks issue was a national issue. "Not only that he should be ousted from his position but his entire service as well as retirement benefits should also be confiscated," the petitioner has prayed in the petition to the SJC addressed to senior most judge of the apex court after CJ, Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza. Meanwhile, Barrister Javed Iqbal Jafari, who is the lawyer of Rajput in his petition against the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad, already admitted by the IHC, had also made Chief Justice Dogar a respondent in the alleged illegal marks increase. Talking to TheNation, Jafari said, "We prayed to the IHC to make the Chief Justice respondent in our earlier petition against the Board under article 2-a, 3, and 5, of the Constitution of Pakistan."