LAHORE - Justice (R) Wajihuddin Ahmed has said there is no need of sending PCO judges cases to the Supreme Judicial Council as they have violated supreme court seven judges order wherein the PCO was annulled. He was of the view that the chief justices of all the provincial high courts could initiate proceedings against PCO judges after issuing notices to them. Addressing the Lahore Bar Association on Tuesday, he said lawyers movement is still going on and will continue till the ouster of PCO judges. He said that all those judges, who took oath under Musharrafs illegal PCO were still present in the courts. The object of movement was yet to be achieved, he added. He said the murderers of innocent people in Karachi on May 12 were still at large and they must be punished at any cost. He said that General (r) Pervez Musharraf must be tried under Article-6 of the constitution for subverting constitution. He urged government to redress grievances of the people of Balochistan and NWFP against the government and should take effective measures to restore their confidence in the state. President LBA Rana Zia Abdur Rehman announced that the lawyers would observe 12 May, as a 'Black Day every year to protest against the killing of lawyers and innocent citizens in Karachi. Rana Zia said that General (r) Pervez Musharraf was responsible for the killing of innocent lawyers and citizens in Karachi and a case on the charges of murder must be lodges against him. A petition has also been filed against Pervez Musharraf in the Supreme Court by the LBA, he added. Salary sanctioned The Lahore High Court has sanctioned four months salary in favour of Mrs Nasreen Akram, widow of Abdul Rauf Khan, civil judge 1st class judicial magistrate, Lahore, who died on March 15, 2009.