ISLAMABAD - Taking one point agenda, the federal cabinet on Wednesday accorded approved for sending five legal questions to the Supreme Court (SC) for revisiting the case of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (ZAB). A special meeting of the cabinet held here under the chair of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani. During the meeting former minister for Law Babar Awan gave briefing to the cabinet on legal and constitutional aspects of the presidential reference. Addressing a pres conference on the meeting, Information Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the prime minister had taken the cabinet member into confidence on the presidential reference. This reference was being pursued from judicial and legal point of view, the minister said, adding all the cabinet members accorded approval for sending five legal questions to the Supreme Court. The minister said it was objective of our party that superior judiciary should undo the wrong done to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. She termed the step for reinitiating the case as positive as all the PPP members had reposed trust in President Zardari. To a question about alliance with PML-Q for cabinet expansion, she said that it was 'Qatal league when it was led by Musharraf but now the scenario had changed. We would never indulge in dialogue with the 'Qatal league led by Musharraf, she added. She said that the questions of law have been formulated in light of the discussions held before the bench of the Supreme Court. These questions will be made public after submitting them in the court. Firdous said that the case of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto is a dark chapter in the history of Pakistan and the government intends to remove this stain from the face of the country and the nation.