ISLAMABAD Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed two appeals filed by Justice (Retd) Abdul Hameed Dogar, challenging the reinstatement of current judiciary through executive order and seeking review of July 31 judgement in which he was declared unconstitutional chief justice. Justice Ghulam Rabbani heard both the appeals in his chamber and after hearing the arguments of the counsels, he announced short order of the court turning down the pleas filed by Justice Dogar. Earlier, the Registrar of the Supreme Court returned both the applications with objections last month. Meanwhile, the lawyers of Justice (R) Abdul Hameed Dogar argued that the doors to challenge July 31 judgement had not been closed. Later, talking to TheNation, Naeem Bukhari Advocate said, Our constitutional history witnessed Tika Muhammad Iqbals case decided on 3rd November. Its review, dismissed on February 15, 2008, had been set aside on July 31, 2009 in a totally different way. So in a few years, this July 31 judgement will also be set aside. When asked about whether the review petition would be filed or not by his client in the apex court, he said, We are thinking to file intra-court petition against this decision. However, he added, We cannot confirm what will be the next step on part of Mr. Dogar. He further said, As lawyer of Mr. Dogar, I would be pleased if this case had been heard by the full court and then decided. We have given oral as well as written arguments and shall examine the detailed judgement and see which arguments have been rejected and why and which arguments have not been considered, he added. Upon contact, Justice (Retd) Dogars son Mohsin Hameed Dogar said, Our appeals have been dismissed. So far as the review petition is concerned, it may be filed with consensus of counsels, he explained. Earlier, on Tuesday Justice Ghulam Rabbani had reserved judgement after Advocate Naeem Bukhari appeared as counsel for Justice (Retd) Dogar and concluded his arguments. During the course of hearing Naeem Bokhari Advocate, once again, sought permission of the apex court to challenge the status of incumbent Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. He also sought the courts permission to challenge the status of other four-judge apex court. He further said if Nadeem Advocate was allowed to challenge the status of his client (Dogar), why his client was not be allowed to do the same.