KARACHI - Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah Sunday said that the government of Pakistan Peoples Party believes in supremacy of law and restoration of democracy. "We have made long struggle under the leadership of Shaheed Quaid-e-Awam, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Quaid Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto to achieve this target", this he said during a meeting with 36-member delegation of Sindh Bar Council, who called on him at CM House here. He said that the Constitution of 1973 will be restored in its true spirit and fundamental rights of the people will be protected. Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that he himself belongs to lawyers fraternity and the interests of the lawyers' bodies and Bar Associations will be guarded. He said that all of us, particularly our martyred leader late Ms. Benazir Bhutto had presented many sacrifices, even she had sacrificed her life in struggle for democracy. He said that the struggle will continue for supremacy of law, independent of judiciary and for complete restoration of 1973 Constitution. Sindh Chief Minister announced that residential colonies will be built for lawyers in districts in Sindh Province. Syed Qaim Ali Shah said besides stay facilities, libraries and books will also be given to lawyers while efforts will be made for provision of loans to lawyers. To a suggestion about construction of courts in Karachi at one place, Sindh Chief Minister said in respect of courts the city is comprised of five districts. For resolution of this matter a comprised is constituted, which will prepare its suggestions in the light of facts, he noted. The Chief Minister said that government will help Bar Associations and Bar Councils. He said that on the recommendation of Provincial Law Minister the lawyers will be provided armed licenses. He informed that the buildings of judiciary will be repaired and will have better facilities. Sindh Chief Minister said that appointment will be made on the vacant post of Judges in Nawabshah and Sanghar so that people can get justice. He also presented a cheque amounting to Rs one million to the office bearers of Sindh Bar Council for the Bar on behalf of Sindh Government. Speaking on the occasion, Sindh Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Ayaz Ahmed Soomro said that Sindh government has given approval of grants of Rs 500,000 each for District Bar Associations, Rs 200,000 each for Tehsil Bar Associations while Rs one million each for Sindh Bar and Karachi Bar Association. He said that a scheme for provision medical cover to the lawyers was under consideration while they will also be given representation in the courts. Ayaz Soomro said that role of the lawyers was honorable and unforgettable. The cause of all of us is same, which is, he said is to serve the province and the country.