ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Three more dysfunctional judges, who had taken oath under the annulled Provisional Constitutional Order (PCO) 2007 in violation of the restraining order, on Thursday, moved pleas with the Supreme Court praying that three members of the larger bench seized with hearing of their issue should recuse themselves to ensure a fair trial. Former de facto Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar raised objections on two judges of the SC bench, Justice Khilji Arif Hussain and Justice Tariq Pervaiz, saying Justice Khiljis appointment again to the Sindh High Court and that of Justice Tariq as the Chief Justice Peshawar High Court were made on his recommendation. Justice Hasnat Ahmed Khan and Justice Syed Shabbar Raza Rizvi through their counsel Dr Abdul Basit filed separate ICAs, saying two members of the bench including Justice Mehmood Akhtar Shahid Siddiqui and Justice Tariq Parvez had already expressed their views in the press. against the entire category of the judges against whom the contempt proceedings were being conducted. That it is an established principle of law that justice should not only be done but is should be seen to have been done, they added. They maintained that the guarantee given to every citizen to be tried fairly under Article 10A of the Constitution could not be possible as long as these judges remained on the bench. They said the political office holders, generals and bureaucrats were given discriminatory as well as beneficiary treatment though they were the ones who despite receiving stay order disobeyed the same after proclamation of emergency on November 3, 2007. The said favourable treatment is violation of Articles 4, 9, 10A, 25, 195 and 209 of the Constitution, they said referring to initiation of proceedings against them by the apex Court after a decision of July 31, 2009. The political and civil authorities who issued PCO and got it implemented had not been summoned in the contempt matter, they added. According to appellants humble view, the said proceedings are likely to erode public confidence in the judiciary, both dysfunctional judges said, adding, Initiation of contempt proceedings against them is arbitrary and the same is likely to result into irreparable loss to the judiciary. They prayed that their appeals regarding early objection to these members, which were dismissed on December 6 by a five members bench, should be set aside and the pleas seeking their recusal might be kindly accepted.