ISLAMABAD Supreme Court of Pakistan, setting an example, may witness a historic proceeding pertaining to contempt of court notice as the sitting apex courts judge Justice Syed Zahid Hussain will defend his stance here today (Tuesday). Justice Zahid will justify his position that he had not violated the Constitution on November 3, 2007 by taking oath under the PCO promulgated by the then president Pervez Musharraf. It showed a true spirit of justice and dignity of legal institutions when the incumbent Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry not only withdrew himself from the bench but also followed Article 25 with true spirit, which did not allow anybody to discriminate with citizens. S M Zafar, lawyer of the said judge, termed todays (Tuesday) proceedings a historic one, as a judge of the top court himself would justify that he did not deviate from the courts verdict of November 3. According to judgements of Patna High Court (India) in 1962 and Lahore High Court in 1972, no court can serve contempt of court notice to the sitting judge of superior court, he said while talking to TheNation. Additionally, todays proceedings in PCO judges case may also witness some personal grudges to come up during hearing of Justice (Retd) Abdul Hameed Dogars application. His lawyers had already expressed their dissatisfaction over the presence of Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday and Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, the most senior judges of five-member bench hearing the said case.