RAWALPINDI - Legal community Tuesday observed Iftikhar Day to express solidarity with the deposed chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and reiterated their stance to continue their struggle for unconditional restoration of all deposed judges. They also urged upon the government to fulfil their promises about the return of the pre-November 3 judiciary.    The lawyers following the call of National Action Council observed the boycott  of proceedings both at district and high courts after 10:30 am. The lawyers brought out a protest rally in the courts' premises and chanted slogans for deposed CJ and against the elected government for backing out on the issue of return of judges. They held a meeting at Rawalpindi Bar Association (RBA) Hall and the speakers vehemently criticised the government for delaying the restoration of judges and demanded instant restoration of the deposed judges, including Iftikhar Muhammad without any term or condition.  Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) President Sardar Asmatullah said that they had cancelled the Iftar dinner that was due on September 24 and the deposed CJ was to address the lawyers' convention due to colossal tragedy of Marriott Hotel in Islamabad. He said the lawyers would not sit idle till the return of Iftikhar Chaudhry as it was not question of one man rather it was about independence of judiciary and rule of law in the country. People saw a ray of hope after the CJ did not bow to the pressure of the dictator and refused to resign. The leader of lawyers said independent judiciary is the guarantee of a stable and prosperous country and the judiciary could only be independent if the deposed CJ was restored.  Other speakers, including RBA President Tariq Masood, Ikram Ch, Taufiq Asif, G M Shah said the lawyers would continue their struggle with out any prejudice and would remain above political affiliations as their cause was for the better future of the courtly.