ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Law and Justice, Farooq H Naek Saturday asked the superior judiciary to stay away from judicial adventurism, saying there is a lot of difference between the judicial activism and adventurism. "The courts must not enter into judicial adventurism as every person in the society has a prescribed role and if somebody tries to exceed his limits it would be harmful for the country", Naek further said while talking to reporters after the oath-taking ceremony of the newly elected body of Press Association of Supreme Court here at the apex court. "The only law making body in the country is the Parliament and the courts can only interpret the Constitution", the Law Minister further pleaded. Naek also stated that PM Gilani had constituted a five-member committee to formulate recommendations for setting up an Independent Accountability Commission. The committee, to be chaired by the Prime Minister himself, comprises Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan, Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Raza Rabbani, Minister for Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis Khursheed Shah and Minister for Law and Justice Farooq H Naek. Independent Accountability Commission would be introduced as a substitute to the NAB, Naek added. Talking about the role of media on the occasion, Farooq H Naek said, "Pen is mightier than sword and now the press has been recognized as the fourth pillar of the state". Naek suggested that the media persons should keep their focus on positive reporting and avoid any kind of scandalization and yellow journalism. "Media is an opinion maker and gives guidance to the government", he also said. Law Minister Naek on the occasion congratulated the newly elected members of the PAS and announced a grant of five hundred thousand rupees for the PAS. The Law Minister said that the PPP govt would not impose any restrictions on media as it fully believes in the freedom of expression envisaged under the Constitution. Speaking on the occasion, the newly elected President of PAS Nasir Iqbal expressed his commitment and resolve to work for the uplift of journalists community in general and reporters covering Supreme Court proceedings in particular. President National Press Club Tariq Ch also addressed the ceremony on a special invitation. Meanwhile, Farooq H Naek briefed Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on repealing of NAB and introduction of the new proposed law in this regard. The meeting at the Prime Minister House discussed salient features of "Holders of Public Office Accountability Act" and decided that the proposed draft would be placed before a Committee of the Cabinet.