ISLAMABAD - The Upper House of the Parliament discussed the remarks of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif against President Asif Ali Zardari, demand for declaration of assets by lawmakers and bringing back the looted money from foreign countries on the private members day on Monday. The house consumed most of the time on points of orders setting aside most of the legislative businesses present on the agenda of the day and only moved two bills to the standing committees concerned before it was adjourned till Tuesday at 4:00 pm. Senator Sabir Baloch, a diehard lawmaker of Pakistan People's Party (PPP), in an aggressive way termed the recent remarks of PML-N leader Mian Shahbaz Sharif against the elected President derogatory against the custodian of law and called them a clear reflection of his (Sharif's) traitorous mind, as he belonged to Ziaul Haq school of thought. "He (Sharif) while sitting in Lahore says that he will hang Zardari. This is tantamount to ruining the constitution, as the President is custodian of the law," he added. He felt sorry for PML-N leaders Raja Zafarul Haq and Ishaq Dar for accompanying a person, whom he called a fickle minded person, despite the fact that the both had always promoted politics of reconciliation. Senator Salahuddin Dogar of PPP viewed that the remarks should be understood against the constitution and action should be initiated against the one who violated it. Raja Zafarul Haq patiently responding to the points raised by PPP lawmaker said they should avoid violence and tension in politics, adding that there was a dire need for talks in politics while respecting all despite severe differences on any issue. He, however avoiding giving direct remarks on the tirade of Mian Shahbaz Sharif, said the incumbent regime appointed their blue-eyed persons as heads of 10 state-owned entities, who were the causing severe losses to the national economy ignoring the suggestion of PML-N to appoint their heads men of integrity. He further said that PML-N offices were being burnt in retaliation to the speech of Mian Shahbaz Sharif, but no one condemned it. Azam Khan Sawti of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) urged the parliamentarians to declare their assets, as they were bound to do so under the constitution. He sought ruling of the chair over dual citizenship of parliamentarians, saying that, "Under Article 63 (C), the parliamentarian that holds the dual nationality, his membership ceases to exist as member of the Parliament and it should be implemented in true letter and spirit." Senator Mohammad Ali Durrani said Pakistan had ratified the UN convention against corruption some years back and it was the responsibility of the government to bring back the looted money worth $ 500 billion that was lying in banks of around 12 foreign countries.