ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said if any member of the legal fraternity or a citizen of the country has any information regarding corruption in the higher courts or in the lower judiciary, it should be shared with the Supreme Court along with proof and prompt action will be taken in this regard. The Chief Justice, after administering oath of newly elected office-bearers of District Bar Gujranwala here at the Supreme Court building on Tuesday, reiterated that the corrupt elements from judiciary would be dealt immediately. The Chief Justice said every possible measure was being taken for eradication of corruption from all the courts in the country. He appreciated the efforts of the bar to eliminate corruption from the lower judiciary and termed the corruption as mother of all evils. The CJ stated that National Judicial Policy had achieved good results, however, there might be some shortcomings in the policy. But he assured that the same would be removed in the forthcoming National Judicial Conference scheduled to be held on 22nd April 2011 wherein the members of the bench along with the presidents of the bars would be invited to discuss and give recommendations on the subject. Zaigham Ullah Sansi, President District Bar Association, appreciated the decisions of the CJ on various important issues of national interest. He offered thanks to the Chief Justice for his lordships efforts for unification of the scattered courts and for shifting of drug court from Lahore to Gujranwala. He also assured cooperation to the Chief Justice for eradication of corruption from the lower judiciary. Sansi complimented his lordships commitment, dedication and continued efforts for the promotion of justice and prayed for the long life of his lordship. At the end he invited the Chief Justice for inauguration of the Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Block of District Bar Chambers as well as Consumer Court to be set up shortly at Gujranwala. The Chief Justice advised Sansi to convene a meeting in this regard with the SC registrar. Meanwhile, Shafqat Hussain, President Tehsil Bar Association, Pind Dadan Khan, along with other members also called on the Chief Justice.