LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Thursday issued notices to Attorney General Pakistan and Advocate General Punjab for December 21 on a petition seeking direction to preserve banks record about NRO beneficiaries and persons who got huge loans waived-off. The court passed this order on a miscellaneous application moved by Barrister Iqbal Jafree whose main petition on the subject was already pending in the LHC. Jafree pleaded that all the banks, which had provided loans to NRO beneficiaries or other high ups, should be restrained from disturbing or destroying record. He apprehended that beneficiaries might use their influence to tamper or destroy record. Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhary is already hearing a petition seeking declaration to disqualify beneficiaries of NRO and those who got their loan waived-off, for holding any public office. He stated NRO beneficiaries were those who were accused of looting the national wealth. He stated it was clearly stated in Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution that a corrupt person cannot become member of National Assembly and all these beneficiaries were facing corruption charges. He stated all politicians and bureaucrats taken benefit under NRO should be declared ineligible to participate in the election or holding any public office. He requested that life term ban on politicians taken benefit under NRO. He also requested that the concerned authorities should be directed to recovery of money plundered by them. He said lawyers had also joined exploiters club as they were continuously subjecting people to torture and humiliation. He also quoted example of recent three incidents in which a group of lawyers tortured mediamen and a citizen Nasim Rajput while in third incident a lawyer Nawaz Cheema hurled wild accusations at a LHC judge. He requested to include names of lawyers in the list of exploiters.