ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Thursday observed that a judge at the higher judiciary could not be appointed on the recommendation of a governor, who is not aware of judiciarys professionalism. He gave this observation during a hearing of a case of judge Bin Yamin, who was removed from Sindh High Court. A 14-member larger bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heard the case and adjourned it till July 27. In the hearing of the case, the CJ stated that it was not governors job to recommend the appointment of a judge and in this connection the role of governor has been specified in Al-Jehad Trust Case. He said a governor does not know what is professionalism and it may happen in future that a governor recommends the appointment of any other as a judge. Malik Qayyum, counsel of Bin Yamin, said in the court that the President appoints the judge of the higher judiciary in consultation with the Chief Justice, adding independence of judiciary demands that the opinion of Chief Justice should have precedence. The CJ said that case of Judge Rasheed Kalhoro of Sindh High Court, who was not made permanent, is highly important, adding after the case is settled, Judge Bin Yamins would be taken up. The court directed the Attorney General to submit details relating to pension to those who were not made judge at Sindh High Court