ISLAMABAD - Eminent lawyer Justice (Retired) Fakhar ud Din Ibrahim Jee has sent a draft resolution to Law Ministry which he has crafted for restoration of deposed judges in line with Murree Accord between Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). The draft resolution is likely to be placed before Parliament for getting approval for reinstating more than 60 deposed judges of superior courts including sacked Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Musharraf regime had dismissed these judges on November 3 last year after suspending the Constitution and imposing emergency in the country. Sources privy to finalization of draft resolution for restoration of judges have revealed that Fakhar ud Din Ibrahim Jee, who was invited by the PML-N to prepare the resolution, has completed the draft and forwarded the same to Law Ministry for placing it before the National Assembly by next week. According to the contents of the draft resolution, the Government is being asked to declare Pervez Musharraf's steps of November 3, 2007 as unconstitutional. It has further asked the Government to immediately restore judiciary as it was on November 3 last year. "Judges cannot be left at the mercy of an individual and the steps for removal of judges can only be taken under Article 209 of the Constitution", the draft has also stated. The draft has further reminded the legislature that people of Pakistan had elected it on February 18 for ensuring supremacy of law and independence of judiciary. It also asks the Federal Government to withdraw authorities and privileges vested in and exercised by an individual (Pervez Musharraf).