Supreme Court on Monday has adjourned the hearing of petitions against National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) till tomorrow. A 17-member larger bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammed Chaudhry heard the case. During the run of court proceedings, the CJ, in his remarks, asked the Federation as to how the ruling is going to affect the democracy in the country, adding if the ruling is feared to cause November 3 situation, then the Federation should intimate court in this connection, so that an immediate stay order could be issued. The CJ Chaudhry continued, 'We are sitting here for the supremacy of democracy and the law and such allegations cannot be tolerated, adding all the judges sitting here have been part to the struggle for restoration of the democracy. The court ordered the Federations counsel Kamal Azfar to submit clear statement on oath regarding dangers to the democracy and directed the Federal Secretary to appear before the court today. Federations counsel Barrister Kamal Azfar requested the court to announce sentence for the money-looters and that the looted money be brought back into the country. The details of Swiss case and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) report on Asif Zardaris foreign assets and expenditures were presented to the court. The NAB further said the case was remanded to the magistrate for review after the objections put forward by Benazir Bhutto. The NAB Chairman report said Asif Zardari was awarded six-month sentence for not appearing before the court. The report further said the Swiss court ordered the return of $8.3 million to the government of Pakistan. However, Justice Javed Iqbal said there are contradictions in the NAB report. The CJ asked as to who owns $60 million in Swiss bank. The NAB Chairman said he is not aware of the whereabouts of $60 million.