ISLAMABAD (NNI) - The federal government on Friday deposited security bonds and court fees in Supreme Court for review petitions against courts' verdict disqualifying Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif from electoral politics. Talking to reporters in the court, Deputy Attorney General Agha Tariq said that the government had deposited Rs 1000 court fee and security bonds. Earlier, the registrar office had returned all the petitions with objections that the petitions were filed without security bonds. According to the Supreme Court rules every review petition has to be filed with the security bond of Rs 10,000. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani had announced to file review petition in the Supreme Court against the disqualification of Sharif brothers. The Supreme Court on February 25 had declared Sharif brothers as ineligible to contest the elections by dismissing all the petitions. Shahbaz Sharif under the verdict has also lost his seat in the provincial assembly. It is pertinent to mention hear that according to the Order 23 of the Supreme Court Rules 1980, the review can only be heard by the bench that had issued the judgment. However, the Chief Justice if wanted can constitute a larger bench including the previous judges.