ISLAMABAD - A three-member bench of the Supreme Court on Tuesday striking down the trial court verdict against Ghani-ur-Rehman, former provincial minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and tehsil nazim Hangu, ordered the National Accountability Bureau to hand over assets to his legal heirs. Waseem Sajjad, who represented the Ghani-ur-Rehman legal heirs, argued that never it was said that Ghanis assets were disproportionate to his income. He said that the allegation against Ghani-ur-Rehman for accumulation of illegal assets were baseless. Accountability court had frozen the assets of Ghani in 2009. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani heading the bench that also comprised Justice Mahmood Akhtar Shahid Siddiqui and Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa asked Waseem Sajjad that charges against his clients were framed under CrPc. During the course of the proceedings, the court grilled Asghar Rana, Deputy Prosecutor General NAB, appearing before the court, observed that due to no appointment of chairman of NAB, it became non-functional while no one is taking notice of it. Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa asked the deputy prosecutor general NAB with whose permission he has appeared before the court despite the fact that NAB has become non-functional as its chairman has not been appointed yet despite the apex court order. Asghar Rana told the court that he appeared before the court with the permission of NAB DG. The court asked the deputy prosecutor general that NAB DG has no such authority.