QUETTA-Balochistan Bar Association on Friday boycotted all court proceedings and observed Black Day on the eve of visit of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to provincial capital of Quetta as protest over lack of judiciarys role in recovery of missing Baloch political workers. The boycott and Black Day were observed on the call of Balochistan Bar Association to register their protest over what they termed 'lukewarm attitude of Apex court headed by Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry who also belongs to Balochistan. Due to boycott, the lawyers belonging to Baloch Bar did not appear before the courts in the whole province to register their protest regarding missing of hundreds of Baloch. Sadiq Raisani, President of Baloch Bar Association claimed that the boycott was very effective and said that it was in fact an attempt to seek the attention of International human rights organisations and UN towards Baloch missing persons. 'Baloch bar has chosen the day in connection with the visit of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry for his and courts inability to address Baloch issues, adding, that some 8,000 Baloch political workers and activists had been whisked away by intelligence agencies during Musharraf dictatorial regime and the process was still continuing. He said that Baloch nationality neither in past nor present time attached any hope to executive or judiciary for missing persons. The members of Baloch bar hoisted black flags in bar rooms, wore black arm bands during their protest. Boycott of court proceeding were also observed in other districts of Balochistan, including Mastung, Kalat, Khuzdar, Lasbela, Gwadar, Turbat, Panjgour, Kharan, Nushki, Sibi, Bolan, Usta Mohammad, Awaran, Kohlu, Chaghi and Nasirabad.