The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday resumed hearing of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) review case and issued show cause notices to Raja Abdul Ghafoor and solicitor general. During the hearing, the Advocate on Record, Abdul Ghafoor, announced that he is separating himself from the case. I am withdrawing from the case due to a medical issue, Abdul Ghafoor said. The court has warned to cancel the advocate on records licence. The prime minister will be summoned if you withdraw from the case, the Supreme Court informed Ghafoor. The federal government will not be given any special treatment, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry added. The advocate on record told SC he has been removed, but the record of his change was missing. Former advocate on record Raja Abdul Ghafoor told the court that the Federal Law Ministry had stopped him from pleading the case. The chief justice remarked that on one occasion the government lawyer is changed and on the other, the advocate on record. He said if the federal government has no confidence in the attorney general, additional attorney general or Kamal Azfar, then who else is there it trusts in. The CJP said that in the absence of a government lawyer and the advocate on record, the matter of NRO review could be finished. Show cause notices were also been issued to Raja Abdul Ghafoor and solicitor general. The CJP also told Raja Abdul Ghafoor and solicitor general to reverse their decision of withdrawal otherwise the court would start proceedings on the NRO implementation case if the review petition was dismissed. Meanwhile, the hearing of the case was adjourned till tomorrow (Tuesday).