LAHORE - President Supreme Court Bar Association, Ali Ahmad Kurd has vowed that flood of million of people in Islamabad would remove all hurdles in their way and took the deposed chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to the Supreme Court to restart his work. "There would be no lawyer in courts on March 9 rather they would spend their energies to bring the Justice Iftikhar back to his court", said emotional Kurd in his address to the lawyers at general house meeting of Lahore Bar Association on Thursday. He said the lawyers would overcome every hurdle and stage sit-in at the Constitutional Avenue till the restoration of Justice Iftikhar. "Nobody could stop the lawyers from reaching Islamabad", he added. He maintained that the lawyers' movement was the biggest movement of the world and they would make it successful at any cost. Lawyers wanted to eliminate injustice from the society and establish an independent judiciary, he said. Delivering his flaring speech to jam-packed hall Kurd said the whole nation is badly affected by unemployment and lawlessness and they are supporting the lawyers to get rid of these cruses. He appealed to students, scholars, farmers, labourers and other segments of society to join lawyers in their sit-in on March 9. He said March 9 would be a golden day of our national history for which the black coats are waiting anxiously. Kurd lauded the contribution of the Lahore Bar Association in the movement and congratulated newly-elected body of the bar. Meanwhile, Secretary SCBA Shaukat Umar Pirzada said the movement was in the hands of an honest leader so the victory is written on the wall. Later, city lawyers on the call of the National Coordination Council, held their weekly protest rally against the government for not restoring the sacked judges of the superior courts. The Lahore High Court Bar Association, Supreme Court Bar Association and Lahore Bar Association held the combine rally from Aiwan-e-Adal to Chairing Cross in the leadership of Ali Ahmed Kurd, Anwar Kamal and Rana Zia Abdul Rehman. Lawyers' rally was also joined by activists of Pakistan Muslim League (N), Tehrik-e-Insaf, Terhrik-e-Khaksar, Jamat-e-Islami, Awami People Party, Women Action Forum and Labour Party. All the non-lawyers were holding their particular flags and were chanting slogans in faovur of the sacked chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and against the government. Reaching there, lawyers leaders delivered speeches wherein they stressed the need to remain persistent on their resolve of giving sit-in at Constitutional Avenue till restoration of the sacked chief justice. LBA lawyers were much enthusiastic in showing their aggression against government by chanting slogans and making their speeches for restoration of the judges. LHCBA lawyers were holding a large piece of white cloth to have signatures from masses in favour of their movement that they announced to present to the parliament in the end of their Long March on March 9 after having 10 million signatures of people from different walks of life. After half an hour's stay at Chairing Cross, the protesters peacefully dispersed and the traffic on The Mall was restored which remained blocked during the rally hours. Addressing the LHCBA general house meeting, Rana Asadullah Khan appealed the lawyers and civil society activists to donate in the fund established for long march and indefinite sit-in.