ISLAMABAD After hearing the arguments of the counsel for federation, Barrister Kamal Azfar, Supreme Court, Friday, reserved its judgement over NRO review petition case. Supreme Court may neglect one of its objections to the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) review petition regarding 65-day late submission of NRO review petition, Azfar on completion of his arguments told TheNation. A single member bench of the Supreme Court comprising Justice Mian Shakirullah Jan heard Barrister Kamal Azfar, the counsel for federation, in his chamber. After observing Azfars arguments the single member bench reserved its judgement in NRO review petition. According to Barrister Kamal Azfar, he argued before the bench that under order 33 rule 6 of Supreme Court rule 1980, the apex court has inherent jurisdiction to neglect any objection. On my argument Justice Shakirullah Jan remarked that SC would exercise its jurisdiction in this matter, he claimed. He said that the court asked him to file a fresh application in this regard. I told the court that objectionable paragraphs already had been removed form the review petition but in light of the court order I would file a fresh application in the Supreme Court with NRO main case, he said this responding to a query. He further informed, However, the court has reserved the judgement but it seems that the court would hear me in NRO review petition with main case and would remove its time bar objection over the petition in the national interest, adding that there was no question of 65 days because federation had filed application on additional grounds. The bench did not raise any objection over concise statement in NRO review petition that was submitted by Kamal Azfar on behalf of federation, Kamal told. It is relevant to mention here that in the first week of this month, Kamal Azfar could not satisfy the court regarding concise statement, not submitting the review application in stipulated time and withdrawal of an application submitted by Advocate on Record Raja Abdul Ghafoor in which it was prayed that Kamal Azfar was not available and Masood Chushti be allowed to argue in the review petition.