The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf to write letter to Swiss authorities and submit compliance report to the court till July 25. A three-judge bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on Thursday  in its order warned the new PM, whose predecessor Raza Gilani was sent packing for defying court orders, that the court court take could appropriate action if the letter was not written. The court said Attorney General Irfan Qadair’s statement was not satisfactory. The AG had prayed the court that the hearing be adjourned for two months till the end of summer vacation as he was going abroad. The Attorney General told the court that the law ministry was asked to give its recommendations and decision would be taken as per constitution after the cabinet approved the ministry’s suggestions over the letter. The court said it had also taken note of Information Minister’s press conference after a cabinet meeting that the constitution didn’t allow to write such a letter. The apex court also reproduced its previous orders which it had pass for the ex prime minsiter Raja Pervez Ashraf, ruling that he was asked to write with out seeking suggestions from his advisers. Earlier, despite the orders from the Supreme Court, Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf did not submit reply whether or not he will write a letter to the Swiss authorities to re-open graft cases involving President Asif Ali Zardari. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court resumed the hearing of the NRO implementation case today (Thursday), as it was expected, the government requested the court to give some time for reply. On March 8, 2012 the court had directed the former Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani that in compliance of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) judgment write letter to the Swiss authorities, regardless of advice of secretaries and submit a compliance report. Meanwhile government has also moved and passed a bill which provides shelter to the prominent governmental authorities including the Prime Minster.