ISLAMABAD - After four and half years of fighting between the judiciary and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party government now there is some relief for the party as in the current month the Supreme Court passed many orders in favour of the government.In the beginning of the current month on 2nd October, a three-member bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Justice Nasir ul Mulk has confirmed the pre-arrest bails against Syed Ali Musa Gilani, son of former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, and an incumbent Federal Minister for Textiles Makhdoom Shahbuddin in ephedrine case.Efforts of incumbent Law Minister Farooq H Naek bore fruit on October 10, and the second prime minister was saved from being disqualified in the NRO implementation case, when the Supreme Court approved the draft letter to be written to the Swiss authorities for reopening of corruption cases against NRO beneficiaries, including President Asif Ali Zardari.Legal experts expect that three years of deadlock between judiciary and PPP-led government is likely to be ended regarding this matter after the approval of letter. The sources also informed that PPP leadership has ordered its workers not to pass any negative comments regarding the Arsalan case.A six-member special bench of the apex court, headed by headed by SC senior most judge Justice Tassaduq Hussain on October 17 accepted the government’s request to reject a plea seeking to register a fresh first information report (FIR) in the Benazir Bhutto murder case against former president Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf, former law minister Babar Awan, former Punjab chief minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, former law minister Babar Awan and others.Last week, the SC on October 19 announced landmark judgement in the 16-year-old petition of Air Marshal (Retd) Asghar Khan and directed the government to take action against former army chief Gen (retd) Aslam Baig and former ISI chief Asad Durrani for distributing millions of rupees among anti-Pakistan People’s Party politicians in the general election of 1990. It also declared that legal proceedings should be initiated against the politicians who allegedly received donations to spend on election campaigns in the general election of 1990. For this purpose, it said, a transparent investigation should be initiated by the FIA against all of them and if sufficient evidence is collected, they should face trial, according to law. It is expected that Supreme Court will resume the hearing Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto reference case very soon.