KARACHI - President of Supreme Court Bar Association, Qazi Anwar, on Saturday vowed that conspiracy against the independent judiciary would not be allowed. Addressing a press conference along with the other lawyers leaders on Saturday, he said that the lawyers fraternity would not allow any conspiracy to restrict the judiciary. We are sill united to protect the independent judiciary in favour of the supremacy of the parliament, he added. Expressing his concern over delaying of the appointment of judges, he alleged that the Chief Justices recommendations over the judges appointment are being ignored and made disputed while some forces are making the judges appointments issue controversial. Anwar said that the lawyers movement was sill alive and the lawyers were still united for their cause. He also claimed that the news items to dishonour the judiciary which were being issued to the media, is a conspiracy hatched by the enemies of democracy and judiciary but such conspiracies would not be succeeded. He said that the independent judiciary came up with the support of masses and the current judiciary is trying to fulfil the hopes of the people. The officials of Sindh High Court Bar Association, Sindh Bar Counsel and Karachi Bar Association were also present on the occasion. On the other side, President of Sindh High Court Bar Association Rasheed A Rizvi said Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry had assured the lawyers fraternity that the matter regarding the appointment of judges in Sindh would be solved soon. Talking to the mediamen following the meeting with the CJP here at Supreme Court Karachi Registry, he said that in the meeting, the CJP has also assured that the judges appointment issue was taken on serious basis and would be tackled in near future. The CJP was talking to the delegation of lawyers, headed by Supreme Court Bar Association President Qazi Muhammad Anwar, President SHCBA Rashid A Rizvi and President KBA Mehmood-ul-Hassan. The CJP called upon the lawyers to work like the long-march spirit for dispensation of justice to the people at their doorsteps. He told the delegation that 'Access to Justice Programme is under Federal Law Ministry while the judiciary and the Law Commission are only assisting in this project. He, however, said that positive suggestion of lawyers in connection with the utilisation of the programmes funds would be considered.