LAHORE - Legal fraternity has strongly condemned the act of four deposed judges of the Lahore High Court who took fresh oath for their restoration here on Saturday. President Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) Anwar Kamal condemning the act of these judges said that the lawyers would recognise them as PCO judges. He said these judges had betrayed the lawyer's movement as well as the whole nation, however, he maintained that lawyers' moral was still high and the movement would be continued till the restoration of deposed chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Kamal said the lawyers and political workers had sacrificed their lives for the restoration of deposed judges but some people getting tired of side stepped. Secretary Rana Asadullah Khan said the judges who took fresh oaths had disappointed the legal community, which was striving for their honourable restoration. "The bar strongly condemns these four judges and will not accept them as real judges," he stated. He said lawyers would boycott their courts as they had boycotted the PCO judges. He said an emergent meeting of the bar has been convened for Monday and a protest demonstration would also be held outside the building of the Punjab Bar Council on Monday where Federal Law Minister Farooq Naek is scheduled to visit. Reportedly the Minister would hand over a cheque of Rs 30 million to the PbBC in the head of government grant. Chairman Judicial Activism Panel, Muhammad Azhar Siddiuqi advocate said, the PPP government had 'promulgated' a civil PCO as it was following the pick and choose policy of Pervez Musharraf.    Justice MA Shahid Siddiqi, one of the five deposed judges of the LHC who were not restored, said that the fresh oath taken by the four judges has nothing to do with the Constitution. If the parliament had undone all the unconstitutional acts of Nov-03, there would have been no need to take fresh oath for the restoration. However, he said that he did not want to comment on his colleagues who took fresh oaths. Member Pakistan Bar Council Hafiz Abdur Rehman Ansari said the judges were getting their jobs back due to lawyers' movement but they had achieved this 'feat' by pledging their freedom. He said in this way the government had indemnified Pervez Musharraf's Nov 3 unconstitutional steps. He said the seniority of reappointed judges would remain a controversial issue and sword of 'freedom' would keep hanging on their heads. He, however, made it clear that lawyers would continue their struggle. President Lahore Bar Association Manzoor Qadir also condemned the judges who took fresh oath terming them as PCO judges. He said the lawyers would not honour them and not appear in their courts. Mr Qadir further said that the movement was aimed at the restoration of Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and all the deposed judges and would continue till the accomplishment of this task.