KARACHI - There is a capacity in law to hold inquiry over any terrorist attempts in other country, while handing over Pakistani citizens to any other country is the violation of law, said Justice (Retd) Wajihuddin Ahmed while talking to The Nation on Friday. Replying the queries over the ongoing government's initiatives for the investigation of Ajmal Kassab issue who was allegedly involved in Mumbai attack, he said that according to the Constitution, the Pakistani government is able to conduct inquiry and other initiatives over the terrorists attack in Mumbai. "The authorities do not have any right to hand over Pakistani nationals to any other country but could have handed over to Interpol after examining the evidences. Conducting inquiry in Pakistan on Mumbai attacks is the part of the international compromise that initiated by the world powers, while Pakistan and India were suggested to resolve the matter of inquiry," he added. Ahmed said: "Indian government is exploiting the Mumbai incident for getting more sympathy of their people for the upcoming election, while diverting the attention of world community from the Kashmir issue." Earlier, addressing at a refresher course of the lawyers held by Sharia Academy, International Islamic University here in Sindh High Court cafeteria, he said that the history of the country was witnessed that the governance had been shifted to the dictators after every big movement in the country. Mentioning the movement against the first dictatorship in the country against army chief General Ayub Khan, he said that owing to the movement against him, he handed over power to another dictator General Yahya Khan, instead of the then speaker parliament. Similarly, the movement against Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto provided opportunity to another dictator General Zia-ul-Haq, while the movement against Mian Nawaz Sharif government gave Pervez Musharraf a chance to takeover the power. But unfortunately there was no constitutional changes had been made owing to such movement, while the ongoing lawyers' movement was the only movement that forced the dictator to quit. He accepted that he along with other former lawyer representatives had been misused against the Zulfiqar Bhutto government by launching an aggressive movement against his government, but unfortunately that was replaced with the dictatorship. Focusing the lawyers' movement, he said that the lawyers movement was not launched for the reinstatement of the deposed judiciary, however the movement initiated for the supremacy of law and the rule of law. He urged that now the time has come that constitutional amendments should be initiated and all the institutions must be empowered for genuine democracy and restructuring of the society. Ahmed urged for the amendment in conventional constitution of Pakistan saying that the previous dictators had ruined the Constitution. "The Constitution of 1973 is considerably messed up by the army dictators." "Outsiders get the benefits due to internal disagreement. Army chief had not toppled down the governments without the support of internal and external powers." He further claimed that senate should be independent and powerful and it should have similar majority from all the provinces and the senate must have the power to appoint high officials including army chief, ambassadors and others key officials. The elections of senate should be similar to the American senate where people directly elected the members of parliament. Ahmed urged balance of power and explained that one-man show should be ended, as all the institutions should be empowered and independent. "Pakistan has a history of fuddles that has been giving benefits to the West."