ISLAMABAD - The sixty deposed judges would be restored by an executive order before presidential impeachment if the President opted to challenge the move or the contents of charge sheet in the apex court, TheNation learnt reliably here on Wednesday. The sources in PML-N and PPP informed that according to ruling coalition's contingency plan, the Prime Minister would restore deposed judiciary by executive order before presidential impeachment, if the President approached the apex court to erect legal obstacles in government's move. The well-informed sources told this correspondent that in the coalition partners' meeting in which presidential impeachment decision had been taken, the heads of PPP and PML-N had also devised the 'contingency plan' to tackle the possible legal complication from the presidency. "In the recent talks among the ruling coalition partners, it was agreed that the restoration of deposed judiciary would follow President's impeachment but a contingency plan was also devised that if the President tried to perplex the situation by approaching Supreme Court, the PM would restore sixty deposed judges by an executive order to counter the move of President Musharraf", the sources claimed. The sources told this scribe that the contingency plan of ruling alliance would thwart Musharraf's move. "As the National Assembly session is in progress, prior to the executive order for judges restoration a resolution could be passed for the reinstatement of deposed judiciary by the Parliament", the sources added. A PML-Q parliamentarian who has recently met President Musharraf talking to this scribe said that President Musharraf would make his final decision after studying the charge sheet. When asked whether the President would approach apex court and how, he said that impeachment motion itself could not be challenged in the Supreme Court as it was the constitutional right of the Parliament but the allegations levelled against the President in the charge sheet were challengeable.     Commenting on the legal status, Senator S M Zafar said, "If in the charge sheet, there are allegations on the President of the time prior to his holding office of November 29, 2007, it could be challenged in the Supreme Court". He said that according to the constitution the Parliament could impeach the acts of sitting President. "If he (Musharraf) has done something wrong when he was Army Chief or the President in his first term, he cannot be impeached for those misdeeds", he noted.   Senator Khalid Ranjha told this correspondent that the impeachment move could not be challenged in any court of law as it was the constitutional right of the Parliament, but he argued that the contents of the charge sheet or reference could be challenged in the Supreme Court. "If the ruling coalition alleges in the reference that Pervez Musharraf broke Constitution in October 1999, it could be challenged as at that time he was not the President", he observed.    On the other hand, Hamid Khan, prominent lawyers' movement leader, said that neither impeachment move nor the contents of charge sheet were challengeable in the court of law. He said that charge sheet was also the part of impeachment motion, therefore, it could not be challenged in the Supreme Court.   President Musharraf has also repeatedly said that he would decide his future course of action after going through the charge sheet. Background discussions with some PML-Q lawmakers revealed that they were of the opinion that the President should challenge the allegations levelled against him in the reference, in the Supreme Court.     When PML-N spokesman Saddiqul Farooq was asked about the contingency plan, he said that he could not say yes. He said that the impeachment move was not challengeable in Supreme Court. "The presidential camp is trying to create confusion about the legal perspective of the move. If the President challenges the motion in the Supreme Court at any stage, we believe that the apex court will not pass any order and if it does, the ruling coalition has the strategy to uphold the supremacy of the Constitution in the country", he noted.