LAHORE Invoking the grounds of Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution, a petition has been moved in the Lahore High Court to seek disqualification of Sardar Latif Khan Khosa for his appointment as Punjab Governor. The petition came up for hearing before Justice Umar Ata Bandial who Wednesday sought assistance of President Lahore High Court Bar Association, an additional advocate general and deputy attorney general in the matter. The court further directed the petitioner to also make province of Punjab party in his petition and adjourned hearing to January 1 next. The petitioner, advocate Muhammad Nawaz Cheema, inter alia submits that the LHC in a case 'Ghulam Hussain vs Karim Bakhs (1980) had held the respondent (Mr Khosa) accused of professional misconduct and consequently directed all the subordinate courts of Punjab not to take notice of any order or document referred to by the respondent or any member of his associates unless a certified copy of such order was produced. The petitioner-lawyer pleaded that under the Constitution, A person shall not be appointed as governor unless he is qualified to be elected as a member of national assembly. The respondent, therefore, is not qualified under the provisions of Article 62 and is disqualified under the provisions of Article 63 to be elected as member national assembly, hence not eligible to become governor. The petitioner further pointed out the respondent on the directions of Supreme Court was removed from the office of attorney general for he failed to disqualified for this job. A person who was disqualified to hold the office of attorney general is not entitled to the office of governor as per law relied upon by the Supreme Court, the petitioner added. The petitioner prayed to the court for declaring the recommendation and advice of President and Prime Minister for appointment of Sardar Latif Khosa as Governor Punjab, unconstitutional and restrain him from taking oath as governor.