Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry explicitly indicated that the Supreme Court of Pakistan might strike down any law repugnant to the Constitution, and said that the Constitution not the parliament was the Supreme entity in Pakistan. Addressing lawyers during a ceremony at the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Saturday, he dubbed the question of parliament’s supremacy over the Constitution as unjustified. Iftikhar Muhammad Ch. said that whatever position or post one holds the law was same for everyone. Action on contempt of court was taken against the chief executive for not obeying the court order and he lost his position, he added. The chief justice said that the Article 2(A) of the Constitution is the guarantor of judiciary’s independence. The courts of the country are under the constitution. He added that there would be no compromise to protect the independence of judiciary. He said abidance of law is necessary whatever consequences it might carry. The chief justice said that the law was equal for all the citizens irrespective of their positions. He said that it was incumbent upon the lawyers and the judges to protect independence of the judiciary. Chief Justice applauded the role of lawyers and Bars for playing pivotal role for restoration and independence of judiciary. Moreover, the CJ said that Pakistani laws are not the continuity of British System, however, the decisions which are being made on the arguments of lawyers have become the ideology of the future.