ISLAMABAD (Online) Justice Shah Jahan, the senior-most judge of Peshawar High Court (PHC), in a letter sent to President Asif Ali Zardari has demanded justice, as he protested over the induction of a junior judge, Justice Ejaz Afzal, as chief justice of PHC. According to sources, Justice Shah Jahan was senior to the sitting chief justice of PHC, Justice Ejaz Afzal, by three years and seven months and despite his seniority, the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry sent summary for induction of Justice Ejaz Afzal as the chief justice of Peshawar High Court to President Asif Ali Zardari. Justice Shah Jahan was to become the chief justice in October 2009. At first, Justice Shah Jahan sent a letter to the Ministry of Law and Justice taking the plea that he had been superseded despite the fact that he was the senior most judge. When no reply was received even after lapse of several months, he sent a letter to the president prior to approval of 18th amendment. But Shah Jahan is still looking forward to the reply from Presidency. Sources say Justice Shah Jahan is hearing the cases as a single bench and has always tried not to be included in either division or larger bench to avoid working with Chief Justice Ejaz Afzal.