LAHORE - The Lahore High Court Chief Justice has observed on Wednesday that the failure of police in implementing the law suggests as 'goondas are ruling. How many suo moto notices can I take? Police should feel its responsibility too, the chief justice remarked hearing a suo moto case against police failure in getting a house vacate following courts orders. The chief justice lamented that the weak were being oppressed by the powerful in our society. On Tuesday, a court bailiff, Muhammad Irshad, having an ejectment orders against the occupants of a house No 258-M in Defence reached the place along with police concerned. Complainant of the case Mrs Samar Imtiaz and her relatives were also present on the occasion. The occupants of the house offered resistance to the bailiff and refused to obey the court orders. The occupants with the support of some police officers present on the spot also extended threats to the bailiff. The police officials who were supposed to help the bailiff also withdrew their positions. On the CJs orders, the SSP Operations Lahore appeared before the court on Wednesday morning who was directed to get the house vacated and appear at 2:00pm. Later the SSP made his appearance again in the court along with Additional Advocate General Hanif Khatana. The SSP informed the court that the house was got vacated and the court could appoint a local commission for verification of his claim. However, the CJ expressed satisfaction when the Additional AG endorsed the statement of the SSP and disposed of the case.