ISLAMABAD, Jan 04 (APP):The Supreme Court on Friday disposed of National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) case 

against Pervez Musharraf, Asif Ali Zardari and former attorney general Justice (Retd) Malik
Mohammad Qayyum.

A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar, observed that the apex court
shall not proceed further in the matter as the respondents had submitted details of their
assets on records.

At the outset of the hearing, the Chief Justice enquired about the petitioner Feroz Shah Gilani
as the court had issued notices to respondents. To this, Gilani’s counsel informed the bench
that he was ill and did not appear before the court.
Justice Nisar remarked, court has received the asset details of Zardari, Musharraf and
Malik Qayyum and now law will follow its due course. The court then wrapped up Feroz
Shah’s petition.

Nominating Musharraf, Zardari and Qayyum as respondents, petitioner Feroz Shah Gilani 

had requested the court in April to order recovery of ‘huge amounts of public money’ allegedly
misappropriated and wasted by them through unlawful means “already on record in different
judgments of the Supreme Court and high court”.

He had contended that Musharraf subverted the Constitution by declaring emergency followed
by the promulgation of the NRO, through which criminal and corruption cases against politicians,
including Zardari, were “arbitrarily withdrawn”.

Since the SC in its landmark judgment of December 16, 2009 has declared the NRO void ab
initio, the respondents are liable to compensate the losses and the damage suffered by the
exchequer of debt-ridden Pakistan, he pleaded.