ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Monday expressed grave concern over the missing reports of Mehran and Habib banks commissions and asked the Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) to register cases against the responsible officials, if the documents were not found.He said the court could not pass judgment on the basis of the affidavits filed by various persons; therefore, it was necessary to submit reports before the bench to establish the facts.The court observed that the reports were very important; therefore, it could not ignore them as the judges from the top judiciary had headed the commissions, constituted to probe into the withdrawal of money from these banks to rig the elections through bribing the politicians.A three-member bench, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Khilji Arif Hussain and Justice Tariq Pervaiz, heard the Air Marshal (r) Muhammad Asghar Khan petition regarding the alleged disbursement of funds among politicians by the ISI. Asghar Khan had filed the petition in 1996, accusing the ISI of financing several politicians during the 1990 elections to create the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) and prevent Benazir Bhutto’s PPP from the winning polls. The ISI allegedly dished out Rs 140 million for the purpose. The petition was based on an affidavit filed by former ISI chief Asad Durrani.Attorney General Ifran Qadir informed the court that the reports were not available with the ministries of interior and law and justice. The chief justice asked him to give statement in writing and directed to hold meeting with the secretaries’ interior and law and justice about the missing reports of the commissions formed on Mehran and Habib banks. The attorney general said Justice Saqib Nisar was the law secretary when the inquiries were held, adding that he would definitely have a lot of information about the reports. He said Justice Saqib should be asked to provide the information about reports.The chief justice said Justice Saqib Nisar could not be questioned, as he was an honourable judge of the court.The AGP also mentioned the name of MA Farooqi, saying he was the secretary of judicial commission, to which the chief justice asked him to contact him, if he wanted to do so. Justice Khilji Arif Hussain said it was a right of the nation to know the truth and what was happening with them. Justice Tariq Pervaiz said they wanted that people should be aware of the fact.The court directed secretary law to submit the report of the banking courts where the cases of Younus Habib were heard.Meanwhile, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) also submitted a report on the use of Rs 270 million.The court observed that the report did not provide details of the spending and asked the attorney general to obtain the same. The court said it would keep the report classified.During the last hearing, the bench had ordered IB Director General Aftab Sultan to submit A report about the distribution of Rs 270 million, allegedly used by IB to dislodge the PML-N government in Punjab in 2009.Akram Sheikh said Younus Habib owned a plaza worth Rs 50 billion and 2000 acres of land in Karachi. The chief justice stated that they had nothing to do with it as they were hearing the matter of disbursement of funds among politicians to topple late Benazir Bhutto’ government.The court said in light of some media reports regarding a commission, criminal proceedings were initiated against Younus Habib, but NAB entered into plea bargains with former bankers for the return of money. Therefore, the NAB was directed to inform the court about the plea bargains in the next date of hearing.Later, the hearing was adjourned till April 25.