RAWALPINDI - Nothing except the restoration of pre-November 3 judiciary can dissuade the lawyers from sitting in at Islamabad. Country's legal community is frantic regarding the sit-in on the Constitutional Avenue on March 16 and they would remain there till the reinstatement of all deposed judges of superior courts. Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) President Ali Ahmed Kurd stated this while addressing the lawyers at District Bar Association (DBA) Rawalpindi here on Tuesday. He said that after March 16, the proposed date of sit-in at Islamabad, there would be supremacy of law in the country where no wrong would be done to the have-not. "Some people are bent upon sabotaging and defaming the peaceful movement of lawyers but no body can question the credibility and impartiality of the black coats. The legal practitioners are not struggling for power or authority but for independent judiciary and rule of law in this unfortunate country," remarked Ali Ahmed Kurd. He said that if they had taken part in general elections last year, the scene would have been different altogether. "If politicians do not side with the protesting lawyers, they will not loose hope as they have been struggling for a just cause," he maintained. Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) President Sardar Asmatullah said that the politicians supporting them had started stumbling. Mian Nawaz Sharif made the first speech on the occasion of last long march but was also first person who left the area and now instead of showing explicit support to lawyers, he has started avoiding lawyers. At this occasion, some lawyers raised slogans against Mian Nawaz Sharif besides chanting slogans against President Asif Ali Zardari. Other office-bearers of the bar vowed to stage sit-in on March 16 despite all odds and would sit there until achieving their goal.