The Supreme Court directed the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) for details of loans written off during the last two years within an hour. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Friday remarked that the issue of waived loans on political basis could not be overlooked nor anyone would be spared in this regard, a private TV reported. A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Chaudhry is hearing the suo motu case of written off loans. The CJ asked the State Bank of Pakistan to submit details of waived loans during the last two years in an hour. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry remarked: Why dont people realize their responsibilities? The court cannot teach everyone. Counsel SBP Iqbal Haider read Governor Shahid Kardars letter to the court which stated that the loans were written off during the last 8 years to save countrys economy. He assured the SC of assistance in this regard, however he added that more loans are also likely to be waived due to slump in the international market. The CJ said that why the central bank fearing the consequences. Those working under the constitution should not be afraid of anyone. The Chief Justice issued orders to the central bank to submit the list of the names of the people that have got their loans written off within one hour. Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry said that 50 persons who had written off big bank loans were summoned but only eight of them appeared before the court. The CJP also admonished the State Bank officer, "...you have written off billions of rupees loans within two years. Writing off the loans is wrong," he said. "Don't you think that your actions should not harm the nation." Justice Ramday, a member of the bench, said "What the court can do when all are in same league".