KARACHI The Sindh High Court Bar Association (SHCBA) on Wednesday announced that it would move the Supreme Court of Pakistan against parliamentary committees decision to dismiss the proposal regarding granting extension to two judges in the Sindh High Court (SHC). The decision was taken in a SHCBA meeting held here at bars room at the premises of SHC, chaired by its President Anwar Mansoor Khan that was participated by its office-bearers and senior lawyers. The participants have strongly condemned the PCs decision rejecting to extend services of two additional judges of SHC - Justice Tasneem Aslam and Justice Salman Hamid. The parliamentary committees decision was unconstitutional and illegal as no reason was given to reject the proposal of their extension, said the meeting, adding that a move will defiantly be taken to challenge the unlawful decision while approaching to the apex court. The bars office bearers have empowered the President and Secretary General to take needed steps to deal with the said matter in the apex court, however a decision to assign a counsel to represent the bar in the court yet to be decided. A day before, the Parliamentary Committee had dismissed the proposal to extend the services of the said judges sent by Judicial Commission. The decision was reportedly taken in the PCs meeting held in Islamabad. However other four judges - Justice Imam Bux Baloch, Justice Azhar Rizvi, Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar and Justice Nisar Ahmed Sheikh - have been given extension for one year.