LAHORE - Hundreds of Pakistanis in UK would take part in the lawyers' long march on March 9 next for the restoration of independent judiciary. Pakistani origin UK national and first Asian Muslim in the British Cant County, Nasir Jamil told a press conference here Friday that a large number of Pakistani community in the UK staunchly supported policies of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif towards restoration of deposed judges. He said Pakistani nation was awakened to the need of an independent judiciary and they were determined to continue their struggle till success. Nasir said Pakistanis living in the UK and others parts of the world were now taking acute interest in the politics of Pakistan for the fact that they had realised that their contribution is must to the development and progress of the country for which independent judiciary was a basic. He said majority of people abroad trusted leadership of Nawaz Sharif to steer the country out of the current crisis. They have developed deep attachment for Sharif and strongly hoped that his dream of a strong and independent judiciary in the country would surely come true. Nasir Jamil also urged the masses to take active participation in the long march adding under his supervision hundreds of Pakistanis will reach from UK to take part in it. He said they had also started a campaign in UK to mobilise Pakistanis to the long march. At the same, he also urged President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari to accept demand for the restoration of Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry and other deposed judges in order to ensure independence of judiciary. Lawyers' protest for judges' return continues As in other parts of the country, lawyers in the City Friday continued token boycott of the courts and held camp to protest the delay being caused in restoration of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and other judges deposed through the PCO of General Pervez Musharraf on November 3, 2007. Save Judiciary Committee set up a camp at the Lahore High Court Bar where lawyers gathered and chanted slogans for the restoration of Justice Chaudhry, release of Pakistan's nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan and formation of a nation government to cope with the present challenges facing the country internally and externally. On the occasion Chairman of the Committee, Abdul Rashid Qureshi, Mian Jamil Akhtar, NA Butt and others opposed any measure that can put Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif out of politics. They said Sharif brothers were heading the PML(N) which had emerged the second largest party after PPP in the last elections. He said this showed trust of millions of people in this party as such any step to throw them out was very much likely to cost heavily to the country and the nation.