ISLAMABAD - The Parliamentary Committee on Judges Appointment decided to approach the Supreme Court of Pakistan against setting aside the decision of the committee regarding turning down the recommendations of the Judicial Commission for granting extension in service for one year to six additional judges of high courts by apex court. After the meeting of the eight members Parliamentary Committee on judges appointment, Chairman of the committee Senator Nayyar Bokhari said that all the members of the committee were unanimous on the point that the committee must approach the apex court for review of its decision wherein the decision of Parliamentary Committee regarding rejecting the extension in service case of six additional judges recommended by the Judicial Commission was set aside by the Supreme Court bench and directed the government to process the cases of these six additional judges of Lahore and Sindh high courts. To a question he said that Parliamentary Committee would soon be filing a constitutional petition, seeking review of the Supreme Court verdict in the case. To another question he said that the committee would approach the Prime Minister with the request that Federation should become party in the case and file constitutional petition with the apex court for review. Bokhari further informed that committee members were of the view that the grounds on which they had turned down the cases of the six judges in question were not correctly reviewed by the court and now in review petition they would contest this point. Parliamentary Committee under the chair of Leader of the House in Senate Nayyar Hussain Bokhari met and reviewed the SC verdict wherein the court had set aside the decision of the committee for not granting extension to four additional judges of the Lahore High Court and two additional judges of Sindh High Court.