RAWALPINDI (Agencies) - The Administrative judge Accountability Court, Wamiq Javed will announce the judgment on NAB pleas, seeking the restoration of three pending corruption references against PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif and family on May 3. The National Accountability Bureau has contended before the ATC that the corruption references against Nawaz Sharif and his family should be restored. The learned court had earlier reserved its judgment and was scheduled to announce it on April 26 (Monday). The administrative judge once again put off the announcement of verdict till May 3 due to load of work. National Accountability Bureau counsel through the application had prayed the court for revival of pending references including default on payment of loan by Ittefaq Foundries, default on payment of tax by Hudabia Paper Mills and Raiwind assets. In earlier hearing, NAB Deputy Prosecutor-General Sultan Mansoor, while giving arguments in the court, said if no final decision would come then the court could review it. He argued the decision to keep references pending against Sharif Brothers was not judicial but it was of administrative nature. It was the responsibility of the court for some other purpose, thereby causing loss to the national exchequer. When Sharif and members of his family went to Saudi Arabia under a deal with the government of Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf, the NAB had moved for getting the cases deferred for an indefinite period. In the Ittefaq Foundry Reference, Nawaz Sharif, Abbas Sharif, Mukhtar Hassan, Kamal Qureshi and a couple of other people were accused of securing and misusing loans, causing a loss of millions of rupees to the national kitty. The accused in the Raiwind Assets Reference are: Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, their father late Mian Sharif, mother Shamim Akhtar and some other members of the family. According to the available record, the accused in the Hudabia Paper Mills case are: Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, Abbas Sharif, Hussain Nawaz, Hamza Shahbaz, Haroon Pasha and Senator Ishaq Dar. They were accused of securing huge amounts of money as loan in the name of Hudabia Paper Mills. In the application filed on February 17, the NAB said the accused were now in the country and could be proceeded again.