ISLAMABAD To assess the exact fallout of writing letter to Swiss government for reopening of cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, Advisor to Prime Minister on Information Technology Sardar Latif Khosa is in Switzerland and on his feedback the Government will draw its future course of action in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. On previous date of hearing, the Supreme Court had summoned the Federal Minister for Law and Justice Dr Babar Awan to explain why the Government was delaying in writing to the Swiss Government for reopening of the cases against President Zardari. Earlier, a Federal Law Secretary, Attorney General of Pakistan, Prosecutor General NAB and his deputy had resigned in connection with the same case. Sources in the Government informed TheNation that ruling Pakistan Peoples Party wanted to get out of this closed alley without locking horns with the SC and in this connection the option of writing letter to Swiss Government for reopening of the cases against President Zardari was under serious consideration. These sources further informed that the reason behind sending Sardar Latif Khosa to Switzerland, who ostensibly has showed it as his private visit, was to assess the exact position in case the Government would write letter to the Swiss Government for reopening of the cases. Some legal minds in the Government were of the view that there would be no harm if the Government wrote letter to the Swiss Government as the answer of the Swiss Government would most likely be they would only take up these cases in case the Pakistan Government would initiate trial of the same in homeland. The other point of view in the government quarters was that writing of letter to Swiss Government would mean putting in question the immunity available to President of Pakistan under Article 248 of the Constitution. These PPP legal wizards were of the view that Government should not write letter to Swiss Government as President Zardari was enjoying immunity under the law of the land till the time he was holding the office of President. The sources in Pakistan Peoples Party said that it was in this state of indecision that Prime Minister Gilani had quietly sent his Advisor on Information Technology to Switzerland to have a true evaluation of the situation in case of writing letter to Swiss Government. Meanwhile on the other hand, Federal Minister for Law and Justice Dr Babar Awan was completing his homework to appear before the Supreme Court on 26th of this month and in this connection he had also held a detailed meeting with Prime Minister Gilani in Lahore on Friday.