ISLAMABAD - It seems as if the PPP-led federal government and its coalition partners, including MQM and ANP, are on the same page on the issue of writing a letter to Swiss government to seek reopening of corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. However, PML-Q has shown diversion from the government line in this regard. State Minister for Human Resource Development Sheikh Waqas Akram and member of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid-e-Azam Saturday said in strong words that the PPP-led federal government should write a letter to Swiss government to seek reopening of corruption cases, while implementing the apex courts decision. He added that the government should have moral courage to write a letter to any foreign country to bring back the looted money, as it was its responsibility in case the Supreme Court had not given its verdict in this regard. Now as the apex court has already given its verdict on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) with the direction for opening of corruption cases in Swiss government to bring back the looted money, the government should implement the apex court order in letter and spirit, he added. On the issue of writing a letter by President Asif Ali Zardari to the Supreme Court for early hearing into Zulfikar Ali Bhutto reference, he said the PPP had filed the reference before the court with the stance that the mistakes of the history should be rectified. He said if the President, also co-chairman of PPP, had written a letter for early hearing in the reference while staying within his constitutional limits, the SC should hear the case and set right the history. He added that every person did not always get this unique opportunity to correct the mistakes of the history. Senator Haji Adeel Ahmed of Awami National Party, another coalition partner of the federal government, said Asif Ali Zardari, being the President, enjoyed immunity under the constitution and letter could not be written until he was head of the state. Though SC has earlier asked in NRO verdict to write letter to Swiss government, yet the apex court would have to interpret the constitutional immunity enjoyed by the President till yet, he said, adding that the government should implement the NRO verdict and his party had opposed the controversial ordinance when it was being imposed and later tabled in the Parliament. At the same time, Haji Adeel Ahmed said around 8000 cases of NRO beneficiaries, a large number of cases were about killings, murders and terrorism, and all these should be decided by the courts, especially by the courts of Sindh, without any delay. He reminded that no person of his party was NRO beneficiary. Senator Zahid Khan, another lawmaker of the party, said the NRO verdict should be implemented in letter and spirit, but he refused to comment on writing a letter to Swiss authorities, saying that he did not want to go into the details. On the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto reference, he said the court should hear the case at the earliest as well as it should also immediately take up the other important pending cases including Air Chief Marshal (Retd) Asghar Khan petition. He also dispelled the impression that the government wanted to make the apex court controversial in reaction to the dismissal of NRO review petition by writing a letter to it, saying every move could not be critically seen. Wasay Jalil, information secretary Muttahida Quami Movement, said being a coalition partner of the government, it did not come in the purview of his party to write letter to Swiss government. He said the PPP would have to decide on this issue, as it is leading the federal government. About President Asif Ali Zardaris letter to Supreme Court, he again said it was the internal matter of PPP and he would not comment on it.