LAHORE Chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has said that all judgments of the Supreme Court including its verdict on NRO would be implemented at all costs and any negligence in this regard will not be tolerated. The Supreme Court will ensure complete implementation of its judgements so that the country may see the change coming in the wake of the restoration of independent judiciary in the country, the CJP stressed, referring to its historic verdict on NRO. He expressed these views on Saturday while talking to office-bearers of the Lahore High Court Bar Association during a meeting at the Supreme Courts Lahore Registry Building. He also said judiciary was playing its utmost role for the provision of quick justice to the countrymen and working of the courts will further improve under the national judicial policy. He said efforts were being made to trace and remove bottlenecks, if any, in the present judicial system. The bench and the bar are part and parcel to each other for better functioning of any judicial system and in the absence of a better coordination between the two, justice cannot be provided to the common man, he added. The bar delegation led by LHCBA President Mian Abdul Quddus assured of their complete cooperation to Chief Justice for the cause of justice and for strengthening the judicial system in the country. On the occasion, bars office-bearers demanded that legal action might be initiated against officers and authorities involved in torture on lawyers during the Lawyers Movement for restoration of judiciary. The CJ assured them that Supreme Court would soon start proceedings in this regard and punish those involved in the torture on lawyers. Besides, LHCBA office-bearers brought into the notice of the Chief Justice a number of problems faced by the bar and legal community. He assured them all complaints of the bar would be removed at the earliest.