KARACHI - Lawyers continued their protest for the restoration of deposed judges and observed boycott of the court proceedings here on Thursday. Lawyers belonging to Sindh High Court Bar Association (SHCBA), Malir Bar and Karachi Bar Association (KBA) observed boycott and organised general body meetings in their respective bar rooms. Justice (R) Nasir Aslam Zahid, while addressing a general body meeting of the KBA, said that Supreme Court couldn't legitimise the unconstitutional steps such as November 03 acts. He further said that some lawyers were involved in hatching conspiracies against the ongoing lawyers' movement.  Zahid said that no individual has the right to violate constitutional rules and the Supreme Court couldn't legitimise those illegal steps. He also said that no two third majority is needed for the reinstatement of judges and an executive order is enough for purpose.  He said that lawyers would not allow the parliament to reduce the tenure of deposed CJP Iftikhar Chaudhry and other judges but we didn't want to create conflict with parliament. The justice applauded the commitment of lawyers in the ongoing struggle for the reinstatement of deposed judges. Speaking on the occasion, President KBA Mehmoodul Hassan and General Secretary Naeem Qureshi said that soon people would see unconditional reinstatement of judges and free judiciary in the country. They also applauded the "Murree Accord" and said that government should implement this agreement to make the judiciary independent. Meanwhile, the Sindh High Court Bar Association (SHCBA) also held a meeting under the chair of its President Rashid A Rizvi. Addressing the meeting, Rizvi said the draft proposal for reinstatement of judges should immediately be presented in the parliament urging the political leaders to avoid unnecessary delay in this regard. He also announced that May 12 would be observed as "Balck Day" and lawyers would organise rallies and meetings across the country to pay tribute to the martyrs who laid their lives for the cause of freedom of judiciary. Rizvi further said that government must realise the ground realities and power of the lawyer fraternity and should abide by constitutional norms. He added that lawyers would never give Pervez Musharraf a free hand to fulfil his unconstitutional aims and will resist against the illegal acts. Addressing the meeting, Salahuddin Gandapur said that ongoing lawyers' movement had entered its final phase and the whole nation was confused due to delay in the restoration of judges. He further said that political parities got the mandate for the restoration of judges and if they would not fulfil their promise, it would face severe resistance form the people.