ISLAMABAD (Online) - Parliamentary Committee on Judges Appointment on Friday could not reach consensus to take up the matter of Supreme Courts rejection of review petition to the Parliament and the meeting concluded inconclusively. Meeting of Parliamentary Committee on Judges Appointment chaired by Senator Nayyar Hussain Bukhari was held here at Parliament House on Friday. Six out of eight members attended the meeting. The meeting pondered over the Supreme Courts decision to reject the governments review petition. Sources said that PML-N was of the view that the matter should not be taken to the Parliament in haste. They said the Constitution and law must be studied first to see whether a debate could be held against the SC decision in the Parliament or not. While other members were of the view that the Parliamentary Committee had been set up under the Constitution and the committee opposed appointment of six judges at Lahore and Sindh High Courts according to the law. They said the superior court had rejected committees recommendations and also disposed of review appeals and it was imperative that the matter should be debated in the Parliament. Due to varying views the committee failed to reach any decision and ended inconclusively, sources said. Talking to media after the meeting, Committee Chairman Nayyar Hussain Bukhari said that Parliamentary Committee had received only one line verdict of Supreme Court on review appeal of judges appointment. He said it was the government that filed review appeal on judges appointment and not the Parliamentary Committee. He further said that the next meeting of the committee would be called after receiving detailed verdict of the Supreme Court and then it would be decided that whether the matter would be taken to the Parliament or not. Responding to a question Nayyar said the Supreme Court had tried to blemish authority of the Parliament by rejecting Parliaments recommendations, and that was why an open discussion could be held in Parliament over the issue. Asma Arbab Alamgir, Senator Ishaq Dar, Aftab Shaban Mirani, Ghaus Bux Mehr and Sardar Mehtab Khan attended the meeting while Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Senator Sabir Baloch were absent from the meeting.