ISLAMABAD An unknown group of lawyers community has launched a vilification campaign against superior judiciary followed by the defiant speech of premier Gilani in National Assembly. The said unknown group, 'Jamhoori Wukla Pakistan, inscribed with slogans like 'Dont bury the Democracy and 'No Bangladesh Model, has displayed a large number of banners at almost every chowk of the Capital city. President Islamabad District Bar Association disowned the said group of lawyers, saying that there was no such group existing anywhere. He said that it was not the policy of lawyers to initiate such baseless propaganda campaign against any institution of the country. While, a senior lawyer of SC, AK Dogar, when approached by TheNation, said that it was a wrong perception that there was any threat to democracy, adding that democracy was name of a system not a specific person. He was of the view that if someone disqualifies for the public office then another person could replace him. President Islamabad District Bar Council, Wajid Gilani, said, We are united, we are determined to protect the judiciary and we condemn such type of malicious propaganda. He said that lawyers stance was much clear that government must abide to implement the NRO decision of SC in its true sprit. National Coordination Council meeting had decided earlier to observe strike for the implementation of apex court decision, but later it delayed it till 14 Feb. He said that lawyers are real defenders of democracy, as our three years struggle has witnessed adding that we disown this malicious group that was earning bad name for lawyers. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), Amer Ali Ahmad, told TheNation that ICT had imposed on wall chalking and banners and it was responsibility of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to ensure this. It is relevant to mention here that after the detailed verdict of apex court, in which government was asked to reopen all such cases that were stopped due to black law 'NRO including the Swiss cases, government is reluctant to do so, as premier Gilani exempted President saying that parliament will decide it.