ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party-led coalition government is determined to respect judiciary while remaining within the ambit of the Constitution and would not bow to any pressure tactics in this regard from any quarter. To probe the matter of a false report of govenrments plan of withdrawing the judges reinstatement notification, which led to unusual developments in the apex court Thursday night, the government has decided to constitute a high-powered committee in next couple of days and the conspirators behind the plot would be unmasked. In the process, the matter of irresponsible reporting would also come under focus and Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Qaira was asked to take up the matter of irresponsible reporting with the owners of major media groups as well as the editors of the mainstream dailies to evolve some mechanism of checks and balances in this regard. Sources in PPP were stunned over the way the apex judiciary had reacted to mere rumours about the withdrawal of the apex courts judges restoration order by government despite the fact that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani had swiftly reacted to the news on some electronic media terming the report as false and rubbish. These sources further said that the government was also not happy over the way the apex court had asked for the explanation on the matter from no less than the Prime Minister and that too in black and white. It was decided in the top level meeting held between the President and Prime Minister held on Friday that they would follow the set legal and constitutional procedures for dealing and acting on the advice of the apex court. In the meantime the PPP leadership was in contact with coalition partners as well as other political forces within the Parliament to muster support in the ongoing tussle with the superior judiciary. Though the meeting of President, Prime Minister and Chief of Army Staff on Saturday would mainly deal with the issue of the upcoming strategic dialogue with America but the matter of government-judiciary standoff would likely to figure in the meeting. The influence of the government-judiciary standoff on troika meeting could be judged well from the fact that the meeting between the top three was earlier scheduled for Friday but the date was changed in the backdrop of the event in the apex court and rescheduled for Saturday.