ISLAMABAD The name of President Asif Ali Zardari, against whom so much is coming in media regarding the Swiss cases, has not been included in the list of convicts supplied by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to the apex court on Monday. Raja Amir Abbas told TheNation since President Zardari had not been convicted by any court in Pakistan, therefore, his name was not there in the list. The list, however, contains the name of Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik, Nusrat Bhutto and Mohammad Usman Farooqui, former Chairman of Pakistan Steel Mills and brother of Principal Secretary of President Salman Farooqui. The list also contains the names of former chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao, former provincial minister NWFP Ghani-ur-Rehman (late), ex-provincial minister Habibullah Khan Kundi, former deputy speaker of National Assembly Haji Mohammad Nawaz Khokhar, former chairman Printing Corporation of Pakistan Peer Mukarramul Haq, Usman Ghani Khatri, Brig (Retd) Imtiaz Ahmed and others. According to the list, there were 36 persons whose cases stand revived after the Supreme Court judgment of December 16, 2009. There are 16 persons, including Rehman Malik whose case is under trial in courts, while there were 20 other persons who have gone into appeals in the High Courts. Nusrat Bhutto was convicted under section 31-A of the National Accountability Ordinance 1999 for three years imprisonment vide court order dated November 18, 2000, due to non-appearance in the court. Rehman Malik was convicted under 31-A of NAO to undergo three-year imprisonment. After revival of the NRO case, the former ADG, FIA, filed an appeal in the Lahore High Court, against his conviction, which was dismissed by the court. President Asif Ali Zardari on May 15, 2010 had pardoned him. Rehmans appeal is pending in the Supreme Court, which may be taken up on October 5, 2010.