ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan in OGRA Implementation Case has said that the task which could be accomplished in 45 days, that was not executed despite 26 months have passed. Justice Jawwad S Khwaja said that the court does not want to exercise the powers of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) it is rather seeking assistance – ARY News reports.
According to details, a 3-member bench of the SC resumed the hearing of the case earlier today, headed by Justice Jawwad S Khwaja.
The apex court told that today's hearing is regarding the jurisdictions of the SC, at which the Attorney General presented arguments about the case to be subjudice.
The court expressed its annoyance and said that the task which could be accomplished in 45 days, that was not executed despite 26 months have passed.
The Attorney General told that if the court wants, it can review NAB investigations, to which the court returned that it does not want to exercise the powers of NAB that is why seeking your assistance.
During the hearing, NAB prosecutor general K K Agha told that he could not prepare his arguments due to yesterday's busy schedule and requested the court to grant him more time.
At this, the court adjourned the hearing till tomorrow.