LAHORE - Following the call of Supreme Court Bar Association, the City bars on Monday hoisted black flags in protest atop their buildings that were removed after the resignation of Pervez Musharraf, a move to gear up lawyers' movement after PPP failed to restore deposed judges. After Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf's abdication on August 18, Aitzaz told the country lawyers to remove black flags from their bars and celebrate day of deliverance. But after failure on the part of coalition government to restore the sacked judges, Aitzaz on August 23 asked the country bars to again hoist flags atop all the bar buildings in protest. Following the call, representatives of the Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) and the Lahore Bar Association (LBA) hoisted black flags on bar buildings. However, the flags were not hoisted on the buildings of SCBA and Punjab Bar Council (PbBC) in the city.  President LHCBA Anwar Kamal hoisted black flag on the bar premises in protest in the presence of about 60 lawyers including the office-bearers of the LHCBA. It is pertinent to mention that all bar associations across the country hoisted black flags on their respective bar offices in uniformity with the directions of the National Coordination Council headed by Aitzaz Ahsan in protest against the various futile deadlines given by the political parties in the coalition. On the occasion, lawyers chanted slogans against PPP leadership which had been delaying the restoration of judges with lame excuse. The lawyers condemned the role of the ruling coalition since Feb 18 which they said gave nothing except false promises to the nation and the lawyers. It is learnt that the PbBC vice chairman had announced not to follow Ahsan's lines after the SCBA clash with the Pakistan Bar Council. SCBA media advisor M Azhar Siddique Advocate said that they tried to hoist flag atop SCBA Lahore registry branch building but the law enforcing personnel did not let them do it. He said since the lawyers initiated the movement for restoration of sacked judges, they were not allowed to enter the bar building. However, the LHCBA and LBA before holding flags atop their bar buildings, held their general house meetings wherein both the bars condemned the PBC accusing it of trying to sabotage lawyers movement by aligning with the government. A general house meeting of the Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) has held that there is a clear contradiction in the acts and words of the political parties in the ruling coalition and they are planning now to "confuse" the issue of restoration of deposed judges by declaring Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry a political figure. A general house meeting of the Lahore High Court Bar held here Monday condemned conspiracies being made by PPP leadership and its coalition partners and some of the members of the Pakistan Bar Council who are involved the conspiracies on the judges' issue together with PPP leadership. The meeting decided that on August 28, 2-hours long sit-in will be held at Faisal Chowk in front of Punjab Assembly on The Mall in the middle of the lawyers' weekly rally. The meeting vowed that complete boycott of courts will be continued on each Thursday. The meeting held that if the judges are not restored till that time, the lawyers from all parts of the country will stage protest and a sit-in in front of Parliament House on 4 September. Among others LHCBA president Anwar Kamal, vice president Mian Muhammad Aslam, and Naseer Ahmed Bhutta addressed the general house meeting, which was attended by a large number of lawyers. Speaking on the occasion, MNA Naseer Ahmed Bhutta Advocate said that President Musharraf had to resign due to the pressure of lawyers movement and the slogans of 'Go Musharaf Go' which started for independence of judiciary. LHCBA president Anwar Kamal said Pakistan Bar Council is a statutory body but some of its members are representing the PPP government and they are making conspiracies against the lawyers' movement and deposed judges. He said a 40-member national coordination council has been constituted in which lawyers associated with the lawyers movement has been included so as to give good leadership to the lawyers movement. He said Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry had never played politics as alleged by PPP co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari. He said restoration of deposed judges was a pure political issue and all excuses by the government in this regard were meaningless. LBA secretary Latif Sarra told the LBA on Monday through a unanimous resolution had banned entry of PBC members who allegedly were following government's agenda to sabotage the lawyers' movement. He told that on Thursday the LBA lawyers would stage sit-ins at PMG Chowk, Kuchehri Chowk, on the road in front of Cantonment Courts and in front of Model Town courts.