ISLAMABAD - Two days after the announcement of apex courts judgment regarding reinstatement of Zafar Ahmad Qureshi, Additional Director General Federal Investigation Agency, to carry out investigation of the cases in NICL scam forthwith and complete the inquiry expeditiously the Interior Ministry seemed perturbed by the verdict, has started making efforts to delay the implementation. Sources told TheNation that Interior Secretary Khawaja Saeed Akbar on Wednesday held a meeting with Additional Attorney General K K Agha in his office at the Supreme Court building. Though agenda of the meeting could not be ascertained, yet a senior advocate of the Supreme Court stated that might be the government was considering to file a review petition on the judgment instead of implementing it in letter and spirit, as directed. When this scribe contacted the Additional Attorney General on his mobile phone for the confirmation of the news, he just said: I dont want to comment on it, and disconnected the call. The Supreme Court on Monday had quashed the federal governments order of July 4, 2011, suspending Zafar Qureshi from service. DG FIA Tehseen Anwar Shah, ADG FIA Zafar Qureshi and other government authorities have been directed to ensure that public money, sent abroad, is brought back. The DG FIA and other relevant authorities were ordered not to create hindrance in the investigation being conducted by Zafar Qureshi under the directives of this court. In the prevailing political scenario, the Pakistan Peoples Party government does not want investigation in the NICL multi-billion scam in which PML-Q leader Pervaiz Elahis son Moonis Elahi and other big names including the PPPs own minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim have come up being carried out by Zafar Qureshi. The political analysts say that the PML-Q has joined the government so that the investigation against Moonis Elahi is halted. Zafar Qureshi has collected incriminating evidence against Mohsin Warraich, Habibullah Warraich, Moonis Elahi and Raja Muhammad Ali. He has also succeeded in obtaining information from Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA), UK, about the bank account of Moonis Elahi with EFG Private Bank Ltd. worth 1,138,792.53, in the name of a company owned by Moonis and another account in Barclays Bank in the name of Beenish Khan, wife of Mohsin Habib Warraich, worth 102,307.63 (transferred from the account in EFG Private Bank Ltd). The Supreme Court in the judgment authored by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has ordered that in pursuance of its order on 13.7.2011 no action shall be taken against Zafar Qureshi without prior approval of this court. The FIA investigation team, already been assisting him, would join him as team-mates. The Court vide order dated 1.7.2011 suspended the operation of notification dated 18.4.2011, whereby services of Zafar were withdrawn as additional DG FIA.