ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday adjourned the hearing in Rs 9 billion loans scam case of the Bank of Punjab till November 3. During the course of proceedings, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry while heading a three-member bench of the apex court said that no one would be allowed to loot the taxpayers money. He also said that it was the responsibility of the court to safeguard the taxpayers money. The Chief Justice also remarked that if the people inside the government institutions were not involved, no body could occupy government resources and assets. He said that first the institutions get themselves involved in the wrong doings and then knock at the doors of the courts. The court summoned all record of the deal and the official involved in it. The Chief Justice said that some people were looting government kitty in such a way that they would not be answerable to any one. Other members of the bench were Justice Ijaz Ahmed and Justice Ghulam Rabbani. Deputy Attorney General (DAG) Shah Khawar informed the court that he had got the information that Hamesh Khan, former president Bank of the Punjab, was residing in the United States of America, while Shaikh Afzal, the owner of Haris Steel, and his son Haris Afzal were in the UK before shifting to Malaysia. The DAG also said that Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) was closely watching their movement. He said that fingerprints of Hamesh Khan, other identification marks and relevant information had been handed over to the USA in this regard. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry also directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) not to arrest those who are cooperating in the investigations. Meanwhile, The Supreme Court on Friday summoned record of occupied railways land given to one Javed Akhtar on 99 years lease and the officials involved in the deal. A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Ch Ijaz Ahmed and Justice Ghulam Rabbani adjourned the hearing till date in office. During the course of proceedings, the Chief Justice remarked that until the people inside the government institutions were not involved then no body could occupy government resources and assets. He said that first the institutions get themselves involved in the wrong doings and then knock at the doors of the courts. The court summoned all record of the deal and the official involved in it. The Chief Justice said that some people were looting government kitty in such a way that they would not be answerable to any one.