ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Tuesday said that the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) was pending for hearing before the apex court and no one could be given benefit under the Ordinance at this stage. The Chief Justice remarked this while hearing a case regarding acquittal of a former deputy superintendent of police under the NRO. He added that as the court was still hearing the case, therefore no one could be benefited till the courts verdict is delivered. Later, the case was adjourned till June 10. APP adds: A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar and comprising Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed and Justice Ch Ijaz Ahmed was hearing a case of former DSP Mahar Baqir, who was sentenced under the NAB reference. Ibrahim Satti, who is representing Baqir on his plea for relief under NRO, said that the court should hear the relief matter first. The Chief Justice said that first the court will hear review plea. Ibrahim Satti argued that if the court first hears the review petition, then the application filed under the NRO would become ineffective. The Chief Justice observed that petitions about NRO were pending before the apex court and until these were decided no relief could be given by SC to any under the NRO. He said that as the review petition was filed earlier therefore it would be heard first. The accused Mahar Baqir was sentenced and fined by the NAB on various corruption charges for accumulating illegal assets beyond his means which was upheld by the High Court and Supreme Court. The review petition was filed through Munir Bhatti advocate while Ibrahim Satti advocate filed another petition seeking relief under the NRO. Several petitions against NRO had been filed in the Supreme Court, including one by former bureaucrat Roedad Khan and another by human rights activist Iqbal Haider.