ISLAMABAD Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) has nominated Dr Khalid Ranjha its representative for Judicial Commission for the appointment of judges in superior courts. In this regard, the PBC executive body meeting was held at the Supreme Court Building on Thursday. Fakharuddin G Ibrahims name was also proposed but the members nominated Dr Khalid Ranjha with majority votes. The sources told TheNation that Hamid Khan Group proposed the name of Fakharuddin G Ibrahim, former judge and renowned lawyer, but failed to get him selected due to lesser strength in the PBC executive body. About 20 PBC members participated in the executive body meeting out of them seven were of Hamid Khan Group and 11 from Pakistan Peoples Party. The meeting selected Khalid Ranjha as bars representative through voting because no consensus could be developed among the PBC members over the nomination. The PPP lawyers, who are in the majority in PBC executive body, have proposed PML-Q Senator Khalid Ranjha as bar representative in the Judicial Commission as goodwill gesture to the PML-Q leadership. Khalid Ranjha, belongs to Pakistan Muslim League-Q, was selected by the PPP lawyers in the backdrop of the meeting took place between Federal Minister for Law and Justice Dr Babar Awan with the PML-Q Leader Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi recently. Meanwhile, talking to the media men at Supreme Court building, Khalid Ranjha said it is great honour for him to represent PBC in the Judicial Commission. He said that he would present his point of view with honesty during the judges appointment process and would oppose those candidates who do not deserve to be elevated to the apex court. Our Staff Reporter adds from Karachi - Meanwhile, Sindh Bar Council (SBC) on Thursday finalised the name of senior lawyer Lala Yaseen Khan Babar for Judicial Commission. The decision was made in SBC meeting held here at the council office chaired by advocate general Sindh Yousuf Laghari as chairman of the council. The name was finalised after the members of the council were agreed unanimously to elect him for the judicial commission following a long discussion between the members. His name was proposed to the councils members Sindh Law Minister Ayaz Soomro and Naeem Qureshi and the other members had showed their consensus. Earlier, the members were not agreed in a single name to send if to the judicial commission, but after giving the dateline to the Supreme Court and Sindh High Court, the SBC assured to finalize the name. Lala Yaseen Khan belongs to Shikarpur district and he had been elected as member of SBC six times.