ISLAMABAD - Three sacked judges of abolished Islamabad High Court (IHC) Monday filed petition against the Supreme Courts judgement of July 31 last that has abolished the said court and sacked all judges appointed by then chief justice Abdul Hameed Dogar. Muhammad Ramzan, Amjad Iqbal Qureshi and Syed Intikhab Hussain Shah filed the petition through their counsel Raja Abdur Rehman Advocate. The petition has been filed under Article 188 of the Constitution read with Order XXVI of the Supreme Court Rules 1980. Federation of Pakistan, province of Sindh, Justice Zafar Ahmad Khan Sherwani, Justice Abdur Rasheed Kalwar, Registrar High Court of Sindh and Sindh High Court Bar Association have been made respondents in the petition. The petition states that the petitioners have been condemned unheard and that the petitioners were duly and constitutionally appointed judges of the abolished IHC, hence could only be removed through the process provided under Article 209 of the Constitution and that the Supreme Court itself in its judgement had held that establishment of the IHC was a beneficial act. The petitioners have prayed to the court that in the light of the above contentions, the Supreme Courts judgement of July 31, 2009 might be reviewed and set aside.