LAHORE - An application has been moved in the Lahore High Court seeking directions to stop PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif from intervening Punjab governments affairs and using its resources and constitute a large bench to hear his long-pending petition for Nawazs disqualification. The petitioner through Barrister Iqbal Jaferee said in application that on last hearing, the chief justice has said that a larger bench would be constituted to hear the case but the same has not been done despite the lapse of considerable time. He said Nawaz Sharif is not only using governments resources but also passing order to government officials without authority. On last hearing the LHC division bench had ordered Jaferee to file reply of a show-cause notice earlier issued to him. Counsel Jaferee said the reply had already been submitted, however, the bench observed that the case record available with the court did not possess any reply. Petitioners counsel alleged that two time former prime minister and PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and his surrogates had transferred two million dollar abroad illegally in the year 1990. He stated that his petitioner was heard by a five member bench headed by the then Chief Justice Mian Allah Nawaz but was still awaiting its fate. He submitted that if the petition was heard timely then Pakistan might not face the prevailing financial crisis. He claimed to prove his case by virtue of law of evidence. He requested to fix the petition for early hearing before at least five-member bench of the LHC and dispose of it in accordance with the law. President grants seniority to LHC judge President of Pakistan has granted seniority to Lahore High Court judge Justice Ch Iftikhar Hussain from the date of his appointment as additional judge with effect from February 26,2002. His name has been placed at serial no 5 instead of 12 in the LHC judges seniority list. Justice Iftikhar Hussain was elevated as an additional high court judge in 2002 for two years after which his service was extended for another year till 2005. Contrary to normal practice of confirming additional judges in their posts if advised by the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Iftikhar Hussain was not confirmed. As a result, he was reverted to the post of session judge, special court in Lahore, where he was scheduled to retire on May 14, 2009. Justice Iftikhar Hussain challenged his non-confirmation before the supreme court where a bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on April 28 ordered that the prime minister should reconsider the case of Justice Iftikhar Hussain for appointment to Lahore High Court. He pleaded in SC that he was wrongfully denied appointment as LHC judge even after three years of service in the high court as an additional judge despite recommendations by the Chief Justice LHC, Governor Punjab, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, and even the prime minister. As per the record presented to SC, in 2005 Pervez Musharraf had refused to accept the legally binding advice of the then prime minister and remarked on the file that there were some negative information about the judge.