ISLAMABAD Chairman 18th Amendment Implementation Commission and Advisor to the Prime Minister, Senator Mian Raza Rabbani would appear before the Supreme Court of Pakistan in 18th Amendment case on Monday along with some members of the Parliament who were part of the Committee which had drafted 18th Amendment bill. Sources in the Government informed TheNation that Senator Mian Raza Rabbani was given the option to take some key PPP lawyers with him but he had turned down the suggestion and preferred to take some key members of the Committee including Senator Wasim Sajjad, SM Zafar and few other members with him. Senator Mian Raza Rabbani was of the view that he was going to the apex court to assist the court on the matter and would present the sense of the Committee while crafting amendments in the Constitution to make it more effective. Sources in the Government said that some senior party members were of the view that Senator Mian Raza Rabbani should take along some PPP lawyers and federal ministers to impress upon the court that the whole Parliament was behind the 18th Amendment. Sources said that the members of Committee including Waseem Sajjad and members from allied parties would accompany him. On the other hand, SC had issued a circular that new security arrangements had been made on the eve of hearing of the 18th Amendment case so that the sanctity of courts proceedings in court No 1 be ensured where a 17-member larger bench presided over by the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry would resume the hearing of petitions challenging certain clauses of the 18th Amendment. According to the SC spokesman, special security cameras had been installed at courtrooms, public entry gates and reception and new passes would be issued to petitioners, journalists and others. Entry into court building would be allowed after checking and no one would be allowed to take mobile phone with them inside the court. All the cases being heard by the small benches have been adjourned due to hearing of the 18th Amendment case and the applications of federal lawyers, which pertained to civil and criminal cases, would be fixed through court order. However, the cases pertaining to Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan would not be fixed on Monday.