ISLAMABAD Seeking complete record of degrees of three provincial members from Balochistan including a provincial minister, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Monday, said that no one could dare to restrict the Supreme Court jurisdiction to hear any case. Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday, one of the three-member bench of the Supreme Court, remarked that article 218 of the Constitution had given suo moto powers even to the returning officer to raise any objection over eligibility of a candidate. A three-judge bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhnmmad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday and Justice Mian Shakirullah Jan asked the counsel for MPAs, Kamran Murtza to produce the original degrees of the MPAs namely, Zahoor Hussain Khosa, Molvi Ghulam Sarwar and Nasreen Khetran. During the course of hearing, Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday asked JUI-F senator Kamran Murtaza why he was reluctant to produce degrees of MPAs who were supposed to perform their duties as legislators. Kamran responded that presently petitions were not maintainable to which Chief Justice replied, If something wrong came to our notice, we can move against that evil. Justice Ramday said, Mr Kamran why you are defending MPAs if you are right then show us the original certificates of the members for our satisfaction. In its written order the apex court observed that prima facie the matter was suspicious and it needed further probe and the court also observed that allegations levelled against the MPAs could not be ignored. The case has been adjourned till 28 of this month.