KARACHI Sindh PPP Senior Vice President and Interior Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said a news item has published in daily The News wherein its has been stated that two of the judges on SC bench, that announced verdict against NAB Chairmans appointment, belong to Balochistan while one of them is domicile-holder of the Punjab province. Mr Mirza said this in Sindh Assembly on Friday. The Jang Group had attempted to divide superior court judges on the basis of ethnic and regional divisions, he said, suggesting that contempt of court proceedings should be initiated against the media group. The chief executive of the group should be awarded punishment who was living a lavish life in Dubai, he said. The PPP lawmakers chanted 'Shame Geo, Shame Gang slogans. The interior minister said suo moto notices by the CJP had wondered the world and he wanted him (CJ) to take notice of the story published in the daily English. He said the CJP belonged to Punjab and after getting his education from Sindh he started practice in Balochistan. He acceded to the office of CJP because of holding domicile of Baluchistan, Mirza said, adding Justice Raja Fayyaz and Justice Javed Iqbal were also Punjabi speaking and got settled in Balochistan. Justice Khosa also hailed from Punjab and the Punjabi judges removed a removed a retired judge from Sindh from his office, he blamed. Minister for Katchi Abadi Department Engineer Muhammad Rafiq also criticised Jang Group for broadcasting news against the PPP and running live commentary of the SC proceedings. He said Bhutto was hanged unjustly and Justice Naseen Hassan Shad had also acknowledged this fact. The decisions of the courts were not the Quranic verses which could not be talked about and masses had also the right to have their say on judiciarys verdicts, he said.