ISLAMABAD (NNI) - A three judge bench of the Supreme Court on Monday reserved the judgment in petitions seeking disqualification of PML-N legislators for contesting election on fake degrees. The bench comprising Justice Shakirullah Jan, Justice Akhar Shahid Siddiqui and Justice Mian Saqib Nisar reserved the judgment on two separate petitions challenging the degrees of PML-N MNA Rasheed Akbar Nawani from NA-74 Bhakkar-II and MPA Saeed Akbar Nawani from PP-49 Bhakkar-III. The University of Punjab filed a report in the court certifying graduation degrees of both the legislatures obtained in 2004. However the University told the court that the degrees obtained by the PML-N leaders in 2002 were fake. Iftikar Gillani counsel for the petitioners Afzal Khan and Ghazanfar claimed that both brothers from PML-N possessed fake degrees and requested that they should be de-seated. Akram Sheikh counsel for PML-N lawmakers said that the issue of having fake degrees in 2002 was a past and closed transaction. He said that the graduation degrees of Rasheed Akbar Nawani and Saeed Akbar obtained in 2004 are genuine. He said that his clients cannot be de-seated. The court after hearing the arguments of the counsels reserved the judgment.