RAWALPINDI - Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA), here has demanded of Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Abdul Hameed Dogar to resign from his office immediately for misusing his authority for the improvement of marks of his daughter to get admission in a medical college. LHCBA office bearers and members raised this demand while addressing a press conference at bar office after the meeting of bar executive body here on Tuesday. Addressing the conference, Anwar Dar, a member of the executive body, moved a resolution condemning the alleged use of the influence of the office of CJP to enhance the marks of his girl to ensure her admission in medical college. The CJP Dogar was asked in this resolution for the resignation from his office. LHCBA President Sardar Asmatullah Khan while speaking on this occasion said the resolution had been passed in the executive body meeting and would put it before the lawyers' National Coordination Council (NCC) on December 22 that would meet in Karachi to evolve future strategy to accelerate the lawyers' movement for the restoration of deposed judges along with CJP Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. A protest would also be launched for the resignation of the CJP Dogar, Asmat said. "If the NCC disagrees to the idea, LHCBA Rawalpindi would itself carry out protest outside Supreme Court building in federal capital," he added. LHCBA Secretary General Siddique Awan criticised some decisions of a three-member SC bench about narcotics cases saying a same bench had decided three cases illegally as the Attorney General of Pakistan Sardar Latif Khosa and his son had appeared on behalf of the accused. He distributed the copies of the judgements of three cases by the bench of CJP Abdul Hameed Dogar, Justice Sajjad-ul-Hassan and Justice Ijaz Yousaf and described the decisions as unlawful as bail could not be granted in narcotics cases carrying more than 1 Kg narcotics but the SC granted bail in a case where 5,500 Kg charas was recovered. Meanwhile, District Bar Association (DBA) unanimously passed a resolution demanding of the government to take up the issue of declaring some welfare organisations as terrorist outfits in United Nations (UN) and criticised the government for taking action against these organisations without any investigation. The government of Pakistan, by conceding to the resolution of the UN about declaring Jammat-ud-Dawa (JD) a terrorist organisation had actually confessed that Pakistanis outfits involved in Mumbai attacks, the resolution said.