ISLAMABAD Deputy Prosecutor General National Accountability Bureau, Friday, apprised the apex court that special prosecutor NAB, who was suspended for not pressing Nusrat Bhutto case before the Accountability Court for her exemption from personal appearance, has been reinstated. A three-member bench of Supreme Court headed by CJ Iftikhar Muhammad Ch and comprising Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday, hearing the suo moto case of summoning Nusrat Bhutto by an Accountability Court, said that prima-facie, it seemed that Begum Bhutto being an ailing lady was not in a position to present herself before the court. Under these circumstances, the Accountability Court had an obligation to look into the matter itself thoroughly in order to avoid any complication. Raja Amir Abbas Deputy Prosecutor General NAB informed the court that Chairman NAB Naveed Ahsan on the apex courts order had reinstated Arif Ali, Senior Prosecutor. Arif Ali, Senior Prosecutor NAB, had submitted a report before the apex court in the last hearing, explaining there was no fault of his that Accountability Court had issued warrant against Nusrat Bhutto, who was presently in Dubai. Arif said on February 26, he submitted medical certificate of Nusrat Bhutto and letter of NAB chairman before the Accountability Court and wrote and telephoned NAB Headquarters, Islamabad, for instructions but did not get response, he said, adding besides he was removed from the service. Deputy Prosecutor General NAB Raja Amir Abbas said the senior prosecutor had submitted the documents before the AC but did not press the issue that Nusrat Bhutto was ill and could not appear before the court and kept on getting adjournments. He said still Nusrat Bhutto application was pending before the court. The Accountability Court in April had summoned Nusrat Bhutto after rejecting NABs request to exempt the ailing mother of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto from personal appearance. The hearing was adjourned for 10 days.