ISLAMABAD (Online) In defiance of Supreme Courts orders, National Accountability Bureau Prosecutor General Irfan Qadir has refused to relinquish his charge, saying that only President has the authority to remove him. While presidential spokesman Farhatullah Babar said that after the orders of Supreme Court, Irfan Qadir was no longer the NAB prosecutor and the Presidency had issued no orders for him to continue his work. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court last week had declared the appointments of NABs Acting Chairman Javed Qazi and Prosecutor General Irfan Qadir unlawful. Talking to media, Irfan Qadir said he was appointed by President Asif Ali Zardari, and legally he could only be removed by President Asif Ali Zardari. I will only follow the law and constitution in this regard, he said adding that he would continue to work until the President says otherwise. On the other hand, the presidential spokesman said the President had not issued any orders to Irfan Qadir to continue work. The SC orders in this regard are clear and without any ambiguity, he said. He further said the NAB worked under the Prime Minister and he was the authority. Farhatullah Babar said he had talked to Law Minister Babar Awan and the latter told him that new NAB Chairman and Prosecutor would be appointed soon. Meanwhile legal expert SM Zafar, while talking to a private TV channel, maintained that the notification could spark a confrontation between government and judiciary, saying that NAB could say that it needed time to remove Qadir and could buy time in this regard. But if the decision has come from government then a serious crisis could emerge between the two institutions, Zafar said. Monitoring Desk adds: Law Minister Babar Awan has said there is no clash between the Parliament and the Supreme Court, adding that the government will respect the verdict of the court, reported a private TV channel. While talking to the media persons outside Bilawal House in Karachi, Awan said the government had always given respect to the verdicts of the apex court. He said that sessions of the National Assembly and Senate have been called on September 20.