ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved judgement on miscellaneous applications, filed by Justice (Retd) Abdul Hameed Dogar, challenging the reinstatement of current judiciary through executive order and seeking review of July 31 verdict in which he was declared unconstitutional chief justice. Justice Ghulam Rabbani, an ad hoc judge of the apex court, heard Dogars pleas in his chamber. Naeem Bokhari, Kashif Saddiq and Yousuf Anjum, counsels for Justice (Retd) Hameed Dogar, appeared before the court and concluded their arguments. Later, talking to TheNation, Naeem Bokhari said, As lawyer of Mr Dogar, I requested the learned judge that he would be pleased if this case was referred to a three-judge bench of the apex court. With strong arguments we submitted oral as well as written arguments in the chamber, he added. Miscellaneous applications seeking clarification of some points on the judgement of PCO judges case were being heard in the chamber of Justice Ghulam Rabbani. Moreover the learned counsel said the petitioner had no locus standi to file the petition in the apex court. The petition does not disclose a question of public importance, the learned counsel further contended while complying his arguments in the pleas. The learned lawyers also said the applicant believed in justice and was ready to accept decision and fulfil order of the SC. They also pointed out the grounds of petitions, which suggested that it was the job of the honourable judges to take notice of this particular matter seriously. Earlier, the Supreme Court had issued contempt of court notices on July 31, 2009 to all superior courts judges including Justice (Retd) Dogar for taking oath under the PCO promulgated by former president Pervez Musharraf. Justice (Retd) Dogar filed two petitions on November 5 in the apex court seeking reversal of its 31 July ruling declaring his incumbency as chief justice of Pakistan unconstitutional. He also challenged the incumbency of his successor.