ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Friday directed the secretary railways to submit comprehensive report within two weeks over the losses suffered by Pakistan Railways due to leasing out of its land to the club. A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Muhammad Sair Ali and Justice Ghulam Rabbani held that the court would also examine whether the transfer of money in the purchase was transparent. Advocate Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb told the court that all the facts of the lease would be brought on the court record. He, however, said he was engaged on Thursday, thus he could not examine the case' record. He sought time for examining the case, which the court allowed and adjourned further hearing for two weeks. During the hearing, the Chief Justice regretted that the country's wealth was being looted, but no action was being taken against the responsible ones. He said everyone would have to prefer country's interest. A joint petition was filed by Ishaq Khan Khakwani, former MNA and Dr Mubashir Hassan, challenging a lease agreement, involving 1128-kanal of prime land of Pakistan Railways situated in the heart of Lahore city, executed between the government of Pakistan and a Malaysian consortium associated by two Pakistani's Lahore based companies- Husnain Construction Company (Pvt) Ltd and Unicon Consulting Service (Pvt) Ltd- on July 26, 2001. The court has also been prayed to declare awarding of contract to Maxcorp Development Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Husnain Construction Company (Pvt) Limited and Unicon Consulting Services (Pvt) Limited of Lahore, to have been made in utter violation of Articles 2-A, 3, 4 and 25 of the Constitution.