ISLAMABAD - Parliamentary Committee on judges appointment on Friday rejected two out of six additional judges of the Sindh High Court recommended for regularisation of services by the Judicial Commission while giving approval to the four cases. The meeting of the Parliamentary Committee was held here under the chair of Leader of the House in Senate Syed Nayyar Hussain Bokhari which reviewed the recommendation of the Judicial Commission regarding the regularisation of the services of six additional judges of the Sindh High Court. After a thorough review by the Parliamentary Committee on judges appointment, the cases for regularisation of Sindh High Courts Justice Shahid Anwar, Justice Ahmad Ali Sheikh, Justice Aqeel Ahmad Abbasi and Justice Muneeb Akhtar were approved while the cases of Justice Ghulam Sarwar Porai and Justice Irfan Saadat Khan were turned down. Talking to the media after the meeting of the Parliamentary Committee, Nayyar Bokhari confirmed that the cases of Justice Ghulam Sarwar Porai and Justice Irfan Saadat Khan were turned down but he did not give any reason to media for the rejection. The Judicial Commission of Pakistan was constituted under 18th Amendment to make appointment of judges in the superior judiciary.