KARACHI - Lawyers' Long March is not a conspiracy against democracy and parliament but people of Pakistan reserve their right of accountability of parliament if it adopts any wrong decision, said former President Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Munir A Malik while addressing a general body meeting of Karachi Bar Association (KBA) on Thursday. 'Lawyers community do not want confrontation with parliament and democratic institutions but demand the reinstatement of all the deposed judges,' he added.  He maintained that restoration of judiciary was not the matter of judge's job but in favour of parliament and democracy.  Malik observed that some elements were hatching conspiracy to create hurdles in the implementation of 'Muree Declaration'. He added that Benazir Bhutto had also given assurance for the reinstatement of CJP Iftikhar Chaudhry but Asif Zardari didn't want to fulfill her promise, which she made with people. He rejected constitutional package and demanded that parliament should oblige the Muree Accord and restore judges through a resolution with simple majority and issued an executive order in this regard. He further said that if parliament wanted amendments in the constitution so it should adopt legislation process and make changes through two third majority but first restore all the judges. He warned President Pervez Musharraf that if he used 58 (2) b and abolish the parliament, the lawyers of the country would launch a massive movement against him. He alleged that President Musharraf attacked on the judiciary twice and damaged it image. Meanwhile, President KBA Mehmood-ul-Hassan, General Secretary Naeem Qureshi, Salah-ud-din Gandapur and others also addressed the meeting. After the meeting lawyers took out a protest rally from Shuhda-e-Punjab Hall City Court to Karachi Press Club along with civil society and political workers, marched many thoroughfares. The participant of rally also staged protest at Karachi Press Club and chanted anti-Musharraf slogans and demanded immediate reinstatement of judges.