ISLAMABAD - Ahmad Raza Kasuri, counsel for Khurram Shah, Monday concluded his arguments before the five-member larger bench of the Supreme Court in Sharif brothers eligibility case while the court summoned Attorney General today (Tuesday) for his concluding arguments, after which the apex court is likely to give its short verdict. The larger bench headed by Justice Tassadaq Hussain Jillani and comprising Justice Nasir ul Mulk, Justice Mohammad Moosa K Leghari, Justice Shaikh Hakim Ali and Justice Ghulam Rabbani continued the proceedings on Monday. During his concluding arguments, Advocate Ahmad Raza Kasuri submitted that Sharif brothers had maligned the court and judges and, therefore, they were liable to disqualification under the Constitution. He said that he had already presented before the court newspaper clippings and CDs of Sharif brothers remarks against the judges. He also alleged that Sharif brothers were bank defaulters. Kasuri also stressed on presenting the copies of presidential pardon in hijacking case before the court while urging not to give its final verdict in the case until the court duly examines the nature of the pardon. He said Sharif brothers should have presented the proofs of the presidential pardon before the court or the federation should provide the said documents. Ahmad Raza Kasuri argued that Shahbaz Sharif had been proved guarantor in acquisition of bank loans and said that under the Supreme Courts decision in 2002, a guarantor was equally responsible with borrowers in loan cases. Justice Tassadaq Hussain Jilani, however, observed that the apex court had not rendered the same decision in election-related matters but it was given in a banking case. Kasuri further argued that Sharif brothers had not paid back outstanding loans worth Rs 6,149 million and a candidate could be declared disqualified if he did not pay back a loan worth more than Rs 2 million. Justice Tassadaq Hussain Jillani, however, asked Kasuri to prove whether Sharif brothers owned the companies, which had acquired the loans. Online adds: The Supreme Court is likely to give short order Tuesday (today) in review petition filed by the Sharif brothers against their disqualification, sources said on Monday.