ISLAMABAD (Online) - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said that the newly judicial policy will be implemented from June 1, hoping every institution including the government would not deviate from the policy. All-important cases pending in courts would be decided soon and the new policy would be implemented with immediate effect from June 1, the CJ said during his address to the National Judicial Policymaking Committee held here on Sunday. Chaudhry Iftikhar said the government should implement the judicial policy, saying if the federal government wanted to appoint anyone as secretary, it should get services of any retired judge. Judges on administrative posts have been given two-week deadline to prepare themselves for the implementation of the policy, he added. He said that the judicial policy consisted of two parts; one was related to the autonomy of the judiciary and the other was linked with operational matters according to which judges would not accept designations below their status. Referring to the appointment of Justice Tanvir Ahmad Khan as law Secretary, the Chief Justice said the Prime Minister withdrew the notification when he was informed about the policy, adding, We are thankful to him. He expressed the hope that no step contrary to judicial policy would be taken and the meeting of registrars of all high courts would be held on June 1 in which they would brief media and other institutions about the policy.