ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has reiterated that there is no place for corruption, as a civilised society abhors such things. Addressing a delegation of lawyers here at the Supreme Court building on Saturday, he said everyone would have to play his, her role for a corruption free society. If there is a man tainted with corruption he should have the courage to come out and admit it, he added. A society cannot survive without justice, it wants justice, there should be justice so that no one can trample upon the rights of others, he added. Urging lawyers community, he said that they have to share the responsibility for a corruption-free society. We all have to struggle for it and express our resolve that there will be no corruption of any sort, he added. Referring to litigants problems at subordinate judiciary, the Chief Justice said steps should be taken to weed out corruption not only in judiciary but also in every walk of life and everyone has to prove oneself that 'he is clean. The Chief Justice said there were issues at civil and magistrate levels and steps were being taken to address them. He said representatives of lawyers had the trust of their community and they should come up to expectations of their supporters. Similarly, the society had greater expectations with lawyers, he added. We must leave something for our coming generations relating domain of human rights, not only by us but every stakeholder, so they can realise their rights have been secured, he added. The Chief Justice said however it required legislation and they would do that. Exhorting office-bearers of lawyers body, he said, Do not consider your current position as permanent, authority has no permanence and it changes with time but we should leave such precedents which are emulated by our successors. He also stressed that irritants in the dispensation of justice at lower judiciary could be erased with active help of lawyers community. The CJ said that they should come forward and help litigants by dispelling the discouragement, as it would increase their credibility. In this way credibility of the institutions would increase, no doubt credibility of judiciary had soared remarkably while concept of speedy and inexpensive justice at public doorsteps could not be achieved without lawyers cooperation, he added. He also lauded the role of lawyers during restoration of judges movement, rule of law and supremacy of the Constitution and expressed the hope that they would continue to follow the same path. Meanwhile, the CJ said the courts are bound to deliver justice in accordance with Constitution and law. Addressing the participants of 12th Roll Signing Ceremony of newly-enrolled advocates of Supreme Court here Saturday, the CJP said that the courts were discharging their functions and working on the principle of rule of law. There is a difference between barbarism and civilised society, and that is the rule of law, he remarked and said that it was a matter of great honour for them as they had achieved their enrolment in the Supreme Court on merit. The CJP urged the newly-enrolled advocates of Supreme Court to take benefit of their skills and profession. Earlier, Additional Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan welcomed newly-enrolled advocates of the Supreme Court. About 34 advocates signed the roll and introduced themselves before the CJP. The advocates who signed the roll were: Rustam Ali Malik, Muhammad Naveed Sheikh, Khawar Farooq, Justice (r) Ali Nawaz Chouhan, Shahid Bilal Hassan, Muhammad Amin Dar, Ch Muhammad Masood Jahangir, Ghulam Rasool Mangi, Ms Raana Khan, Tahir Nasrullah Warraich, Hamid Mahmood Malik, Muhammad Ishaque, Saathi Ishaque, Khaleeq Ahmed, Ch Muhammad Iqbal, Ms Noor Naz Agha, Haider Iqbal Wahniwal, Salahuddin Khan Gandapur, Muhammad Sher Chheena, Shamimur Rehman, Shoaid M Ashraf, Muhammad Hanif Kashmiri, MM Tariq, Fareed Ahmed Dayo, Muhammad Saleem Mangrio, Muhammad Riaz Ahmed, Adnan Ahmed, Sher Muhammad Shar, Muhammad Saad Shibli, Thomas David, Ijaz Ahmed Zahid, Amir Sana Ullah, Justice (r) Muhammad Raza Khan, Khalid Daudpota and Syed Waqar Abbas Kazmi.