LAHORE - Supreme Court Bar Association's President Ali Ahmad Kurd has said lawyers' movement had entered into decisive phase and is about to achieve its goal by launching long march and subsequent sit-in at Constitutional Avenue that would continue till the restoration of Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry. He expressed these unyielding views while speaking at the launching ceremony of a poetry book "Mein Baghi Hoon" written by Dr Khalid Javed Jan, a PPP activist, held at the Lahore High Court Bar Association here on Friday. Other lawyers' leaders including Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan, Athar Minallah, Anwar Kamal, Shaukat Umar Pirzada and Rana Asadullah were also present on the occasion. Praising the book of Dr Khalid Jan, Mr Kurd said that a revolutionary poet thinks from the core of heart and his poetry reflects the true picture of a society. Lauding the effort of the writer he said, his poetry would infuse enthusiasm among masses as it expressed the real voice of the nation. Continuing his speech amidst full-throat slogans of the participants, Kurd said the lawyers' movement was the biggest ever movement of the country and will keep its place high in future of the country. Lawyers always raised their voice against every unjust happened in the country and will keep on their struggle till the establishment of a welfare state in the country, he concluded. Aitzaz Ahsan said without revolution a nation could not get progress and the lawyers were leading a peaceful revolution in Pakistan. "We are not fighting against any govt or for any individual but to change the behaviour of the state," he clarified. Lawyers were not against democracy but wanted to make it strengthen which could not be ensured without an independent judiciary, he further said adding that they wanted to change Pakistan into a welfare state where the rights of every citizens would be protected. "And we have to modify our state following the teachings of Quad-e-Azam," Aitzaz vowed. He said today the state was withdrawing its responsibilities but the lawyers could not allow it, however, we did not want to change government. Earlier, the author of the book Dr Jan read out his poetry and received warm appreciation from the participants.