ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Friday warned against defiance on implementing the NRO judgment for reopening the Swiss cases against NRO beneficiaries, including President Asif Ali Zardari. Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heading a three-member bench, which was hearing the NRO implementation case, in a categorical term stated the Supreme Courts December 16, 2009 verdict was intact and must be implemented in letter and spirit. We have to see the summary approved by the Prime Minister. Whether he will implement the court judgment or sit over the court decision? The judgment has to be implemented if there is rule of law in the country, the CJ said. He warned that if the NRO judgment is not implemented in letter and spirit, the court has to take some decision, adding If you start deviating from the Constitution and the apex court judgments, you are not doing good but telling something to someone? The Chief Justice asked the Attorney General that a larger bench of the Supreme Court had passed the NRO judgment under the Constitution, therefore, it should be implemented according to the Constitution. Justice Iftikhar said that the Prime Minister is a wise man and he should know the consequences of not implementing the court judgment as tomorrow a policeman or a criminal will defy the court orders if the government does that. The CJ addressing the Attorney General said that the system has been restored in the country after great sacrifices and We always sit in the court with open mind. The summary becomes important when approved by the Prime Minister. Justice Tariq Pervaiz remarked that once the summary is approved by the Prime Minister, it becomes the public document. Secretary of Law Masood Chishti did not appear before the court and on his behalf Attorney General Maulvi Anwar informed that the summary moved by the Law Secretary and duly approved by the Law Minister had been sent to the Prime Minister, who has approved it. He disagreed that the report published in one of the English newspapers is correct. The Chief Justice inquired from him, Do you contradict that has been published in the newspaper. The Attorney General replied, There was lot of difference in the story and the summary. Tomorrow (Saturday) I shall get the summary and then will submit it before the court on Monday, he added. The Law Ministry expressed serious reservations regarding reopening of the Swiss cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. In the last hearing the apex court had directed the Law Ministry to prepare the summary and send it to the Prime Minister. The summary states that the Swiss cases against President Asif Ali Zardari cannot be re-opened, as it would be tantamount to putting the countrys sovereignty at stake. It added that the Senate, National Assembly and President could not be separated and the Parliament is supreme and hence its supremacy could not be challenged. The summary also states that as per law, no incumbent President could be prosecuted in any other country. During the course of the proceedings, the court also enquired Deputy Prosecutor General National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Raja Aamir Abbas and Secretary Establishment Ismail Qureshi about the list of the people who have been benefited from the NRO. Raja Aamir, however, said that he has asked for the list and soon he would submit before the court. Secretary Establishment Ismail Qureshi informed the court that the Law Ministry has sent a list of NRO beneficiaries to the Prime Minister. He assured the court that its judgment would be implemented in letter and spirit. Make sure that our judgment is implemented, the CJP asked the Secretary Establishment. Justice Tariq Pervez asked Deputy Prosecutor General NAB to make a chart of the NRO beneficiaries, their convictions etc and produce before the court. The court deferred the case till September 27.