ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court has reserved its verdict pertaining to bribery case against former attorney general of Pakistan Sardar Latif Khan Khosa here on Monday. A three-judge bench of the apex court headed by Justice Mian Shakir Ullah Jan heard the case. Dr Mazhar Jamal, in an affidavit on September 2009, appealed to Chief Justice of Pakistan that Latif Khosa took Rs 30 million from her husband assuring him a full support in the case, which was being preceded in the apex court. National Accountability Bureau in Peshawar convicted her husband, Hamid Maghfoor, in a corruption case a few years back. After that Maghfoor moved the apex court for relief. Khosa assured Maghfoor that the petitioner would be provided relief by the court, the affidavit further added. Syed Ali Zafar, Counsel for Latif Khosa, argued that only Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) was entitled to take action against any lawyer under legal practitioners. The PBC Act 1973 is the only rules for conducting proceedings against the lawyers, who are allegedly involved in bribery, crime, malpractice, misbehaving and others by their clients or someone else, the learned counsel further argued. Khosa was also not Maghfoors lawyer in his case as Iftikhar Gillani was counselling for the petitioner in the court, he added. However, the court remarked that there was something 'serious in shape of allegations being levelled against the judges of superior judiciary. The court is entitled to take action against any lawyer under the apex court rules 1980, Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali remarked during the course of proceedings. Meanwhile, Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan argued that apex court should not hear the case even if it was entitled to do so and leave the issue to the PBC. As the Attorney General concluded his arguments, Justice Shakirullah Jan reserved the judgement saying that the court would give its decision according to the rules.