ISLAMABAD The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday said that it has taken all the record of Swiss cases from Pakistan High Commission in London in its custody. The NAB spokesman of NAB said that a two-member team of the Bureau comprising Chief of Staff to Chairman NAB Ishfaq Ashraf and Focal Person of Operational Wing Zahir Shah went to United Kingdom and on Monday they got hold of the whole record pertaining to Swiss cases as per the inventory list of the documents prepared by the Swiss courts. The sources said that both these officers of NAB on Monday met Pakistan High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hassan and presented him the letter of the department for securing possession of the Swiss cases record. Earlier, the record was taken back from the lawyer representing the Government of Pakistan in these cases by Wajid Shamsul Hassan and brought it to London where it remained in custody of the High Commissioner. The sources informed TheNation that the record could not be tampered as the same record was also secured here in NAB and the same was also available with the NAB courts. To a question, the source said that it was not sure whether the record of these Swiss cases would be brought back to Pakistan or it would be secured abroad as whenever these cases would be reopened it would be reopened in Switzerland and the record would be required there. The legal experts commenting on the situation opined that as Government of Pakistan was signatory to UN Convention on Anti-Corruption and also had liaison with other international bodies fighting against corruption and white-collar crimes the record of Swiss cases could be secured abroad in collaboration with these bodies. The NAB spokesman said that the department was taking steps for the implementation of the Supreme Court of Pakistan verdict in the NRO case. The sources in NAB further informed that Acting Chairman NAB Irfan Nadeem had once again written a letter to Secretary Law, in which he was reminded about the instructions of the Supreme Court of Pakistans direction regarding the implementation its verdict in NRO case and sought his opinion on reopening of the Swiss cases.