The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved verdict in a case pertaining to dual nationality of parliamentarians. Supreme Court’s  three-member bench headed by the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry was told on behalf of the dual nationality holder Punjab assembly member Amna Buttar that she would not be going to the assembly in future. Justice Khilji Arif referring to British nationality said that the British national thinks himself the slave of the Queen and added that the common man has the right to ask the members of parliament about their dual nationality. Chief Justice remarked that no compromise could be made on the dual nationality as Parliamentarians make laws relating to country’s security. MPA Amna Buttar’s lawyer said that she was now aware of the dual nationality law and his client would not attend the assembly any more. MNA Sardar Shahjahan’s lawyer denied that his client was holding dual nationality and said that actually his client’s wife holds British nationality and not he. Member assembly Farhat Mahmood and Nadia Gabol’s lawyer didn’t appear in the court on Tuesday. Attorney General Irfan Qadir said that the matter should eventually be decided by the National Assembly speaker. SC bench concluding hearing into the case reserved the verdict.