Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing of a suo motu notice of news report aired by some private TV channels regarding the reversal of executive order regarding judges' restoration sine die. During the course of hearing, Chief Justice Chaudhry asked the AG whether some government official wanted to submit the sought reply, to which the AG replied in negative. No one has desired to submit the reply, the AG told the court. AG Anwarul Haq assured the court that notices have been issued to Wamiq Zuberi and Fakhar Rehman who would asked to appear before the Committee, set up to investigate the news, on Oct 23. Justice Javed Iqbal said that Dr Shahid Masood in his programme stated that the PM had even signed the Executive Order reversal notifications and he is also ready to own the revelations. The AG, however, submitted a report in the court about apprising of all the government departments of the SCs Oct 15 order, which held that any move to reverse the judges restitution orders would be tantamount to treason. Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday maintained that the court has never said anything that could be viewed as a clash with the government. The Attorney General sought more time for the submission of written reply by the government In the previous hearing, court directed the Attorney General to get a written confirmation from government and also clarified that no government official could withdraw the judges reinstatement notification. If anything of such sort happens, it would be tantamount to treason and a serious abrogation of the Constitution, the court maintained. The court has been deferred sine die.