The Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 obliges all executive authorities to act in aid of Supreme Court in execution of its decisions. The enforcement of judicial decisions is indispensable to ensure rule of law and supremacy of Constitution. Recently the Supreme Court has declared the appointment of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chief, Justice (R) Deedar Shah, illegal and has asked the latter to relinquish charge immediately. The NAB Ordinance makes it mandatory for the President to consult Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly before appointing NAB Chairman. What is disconcerting is how the PPP has expressed its reaction to the Supreme Court verdict. The Concerned Citizens Society of Pakistan (CCP) has expressed deep concern that the provincial Secretary General of PPP in Sindh, Taj Haider, called a strike in the province to protest the court's decision. The CCP urges the PPP top leadership to make it clear if this position is 'party-line' as this trend will give a serious blow to the independence of judiciary. The CCP also urges the lawyers community to resist any move that could undermine rule of law in the country. The Govt. authorities must make ensure compliance with all judicial decisions. NAUMAN ASGHAR, March 11.