LAHORE - The counsel argued before the Full Bench of the Lahore High Court Tuesday that country can attain political and economic stability if rulers obey the Constitution in letter and spirit. Arguing a case against Asif Ali Zardaris dual office as president and the party head, advocate AK Dogar said true implementation of the Constitution could go a long way in ameliorating our political and economic system with a revolution pace but the situation was otherwise as the rulers had pushed the Constitution to the backburner and holding a constitutional and political office by Asif Ali Zardari at the same time well illustrates the same. The petition has been filed to seek disqualification of President Zardari on the plea that he is holding political office as PPP co-chairman in violation of the Constitution which requires the President to maintain neutrality, impartiality and apolitical character to perform as head of the state to deal with any sort of situation in the supreme national interest without showing any tilt. Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry is heading the five-member full bench. The petitioner counsel last day concluded first round of his arguments which revolved around his prayer to declare that Asif Ali Zardari was unlawfully holding the office of President of Pakistan and Co-Chairperson of PPP. Dogar said the constitution is the only guarantee of sustained growth, stability and solidarity in the country, however, it was never implemented in full in the history of the country and now the PPP government was running the affairs of the state going by its whims. Earlier Dogar contended Zardari suffered from inherent disqualification to hold the office of president for he held ill-reputation for being known as Mr 10 Percent around the world for his massive corruption record. He said article 62(1)(d) & (E))of the constitution of Pakistan have mandated that a person shall not be qualified to be elected as member parliament unless he is of good character and is an honest person. He said president should be required to show under what authority of law he held the office of president of Pakistan. Senior advocate Abid Hassan Minto will argue on the next date of hearing on January 10 as amicus curiae. It may be recalled that owing to boycott of the federal law officers and the respondents to appear in this case, the Bench is going through exparte proceedings engaging amicus curiae to meet the end of justice.