ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party leadership is in no mood to bow to the dictates of the Supreme Court of Pakistan regarding reopening of Swiss cases and under a well thought out strategy the whole issue is being portrayed as Parliament versus Supreme Court of Pakistan. The sources in the government informed that under this plan of action an attempt was made to turn a simple case of reopening of criminal cases against President Asif Ali Zardari into constitutional battle between the two main institutions - Parliament and Judiciary - over the jurisdiction of dealing with the constitutional matters and to woo the support of the whole Parliament. Sources further said that the statement by Minister for Defence Production Abdul Qayyum Jatoi to malign the very person of Chief Justice of Pakistan also seemed a part of the game plan to make the apex judiciary controversial and taint its image in the eyes of general public. When the attention of these sources were drawn towards the Prime Ministers action against Abdul Qayyum Jatoi, the sources said that although the minister was shunted out of the Federal Cabinet yet he had completed his duty of mudslinging on the Chief Justice of Pakistan by dubbing his Balochistan domicile as fake. These sources said that in the days to come more such things would likely surface only to put pressure on the apex judiciary as PPP was prepared for showdown with the judiciary and was in no mood to write letter for reopening of the Swiss cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. These sources further said that the Attorney General of Pakistan on Monday would formally submit the reply regarding the Supreme Courts direction on reopening of Swiss cases by requesting the bench to defer the matter till the completion of the constitutional term of President Asif Ali Zardari, as under the Constitution he was immune to all sort of criminal proceedings against him anywhere in the world as long as he was holding the office of President of Pakistan. The sources in the government further informed that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani was in contact with all his coalition partners in the Parliament and in case the Supreme Court took up the matter of Presidential immunity, the Government could take the matter to the Parliament and bring some resolution in support of Parliaments powers. In the meantime, a series of meetings are being held in both Prime Ministers House and Presidency to have the stock of the situation and to fine-tune the Governments strategy to deal with this difficult matter, as the apex court would most likely initiate hearing on the matter of Presidential immunity after the Governments reply on Monday.