LAHORE - Watan Party on Tuesday re-filed constitutional petition in the Supreme Court praying no order might be passed against President Asif Ali Zardari for his removal, registration or revival of any kind of cases in or outside Pakistan. The SC registrars office has returned the petition to Watan Party Chairman Barrister Zafar Ullah Khan after putting certain objections on it. It was objected that no fundamental right of the petitioner was violated and he has no locus standi to file this constitutional petition. The petitioner replied every political party has constitutional right to see that all institutions are working and obeying Trichotomy of the power principle. He pointed out that the SC had erred in its short order on December 16 by asking federal government to take immediate steps for the revival of money laundering cases against President Zardari pending in Switzerland courts. He said Zardari is president of Pakistan and he enjoys absolute immunity from prosecution under article 248 of the constitution. He said the SC has not followed principle of Trichotomy of power as it had ruled that SC had power to issue directives to the federal government. He said these cases were past and closed transaction and the SCs order suffered from jurisdiction of separation of powers. He said head of state could not be tried in another country under the principle of International Immunities of a Head of State. He prayed the court to remove the objections and fix his petition for hearing. CCP show-cause notices challenged Four sugar mills have filed a petition in Lahore High Court challenging show-cause notices issued by Competition Commission Pakistan (CCP). Kohinoor, Chishtian, Gojra-Sammundari and Sheikhu Sugar Mills filed petitions through counsel Ijaz Ahmad Awan stating that the CCP had issued them show-cause notices on Dec 31, 2009 accusing them of cartelisation. The counsel said that the CCP issued notices to the petitioners under Competition Ordinance 2009, which had been declared, annulled by Supreme Court in its landmark judgment of July 31. He said the SC had ordered that all the ordinances promulgated under PCO by former President Pervez Musharraf including the impugned ordinance were to be approved by the Parliament within 4 months. But the Parliament did not do so, however, the President re-enacted the said ordinance in violation of the SC judgment. The counsel prayed to the court to declare the show-cause notices issued to the petitioners by the CCP as unconstitutional and without any lawful jurisdiction.