ISLAMABAD - Mentioning that no Supreme Court judge was restored during the last one year, Federal Minister for Law and Justice Farooq H Naek informed the Upper House on Friday that no judge would be reinstated in future. He said this while giving an answer to a question raised about the deposed judges of the superior court during the Senate session here. Also talking to media outside the Parliament House, the Minister said that the coalition government had made history by reinstating a large number of deposed judges. He said that the government had welcomed all those deposed judges who aspired to serve the masses. "The PPP-led government believes in independence of judiciary. We don't believe in individuals. There are judges who have chosen to do politics. We welcome their choice as they have every right to do so," he said. To a question, Farooq Naek said that the Constitution was silent about the restoration of judges. "Yes, there is a provision in the Constitution to appoint judges. However, the Constitution is silent on judges' restoration," he remarked. Urging the lawyers to go to courts and win justice for their clients, which was their prime responsibility, Naek said justice is done in courts and not on roads. The Minister said that the Ministry of Law and Justice had made tremendous developments during the last one year. "We have prepared lots of important laws. We have also finalized a law to abolish National Accountability Bureau (NAB) which is a transparent piece of legislation which would soon be presented to the Parliament," he said. Earlier, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik informed the Upper House that the arrested Marriott blasts suspects have admitted that President and Prime Minister were their targets. He was responding to a point of order raised by Senator Prof Ibrahim. However, he termed the blasts as a security failure and assured the House that security issue is the top priority of the government and it would be made foolproof at all costs. Moreover, Senators strongly condemned Israel for closing Rafah Crossing and preventing Pakistani medical team from entering Gaza. The Pakistani team had gone to provide medical aid to the victims of Israeli aggression. Senator Professor Khurshid Ahmed on a point of order said that closure of the crossing and denying entry to Pakistani medical team to Gaza was highly condemnable as Gazans were craving for medical assistance following the brutal air and ground assaults of Zionist army. He also said the Israeli aggression had left the hospitals of Gaza in a condition that they were unable to provide medical care to the huge numbers of the war victims. Senator Ishaq Dar said that government should ensure supply of medicines to Gaza stripe through Egyptian government, as Pakistani medical team was not permitted entry into the war-torn strip. He said that Dr Amir Aziz, heading the Pakistani medical team, had informed that they had been repatriated. Leader of the House in the Senate Mian Raza Rabbani also criticized the closure of Rafah Crossing and said that non-provision of medical aid to the victims of Israeli aggression was being globally condemned. He said that the concerned Pakistani embassy had provided all-out help to the team. He also condemned Israel's state terrorism and brutal killing of the innocent people of Palestine. Senator Anwer Baig hailed Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's reaction to Israel's President in Davos and urged the Muslim leaders to adopt the same approach. Meanwhile, Chairman Senate Mohammadmian Soomro and Senator Raza Rabbani before adjournment of the House since die expressed their confidence that the House would continue to take its active part in stabilizing democracy in the country. They also congratulated the retiring Senators on successful completion of their term. Leader of the House also apologized to the senators if any injustice was committed to them. Chairman Senate especially lauded the efforts made by the Senate standing committees for highlighting and sorting out various problems faced by the country.