ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) today resumed the hearing of Asghar Khan's case today, Geo News reported.

A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Khilji Arif Hussain and Justice Tariq Parvez heard the much-talked about case.

The Attorney General apprised the bench that the inquiry commission's reports regarding Mehran Bank and Habib Bank are missing from the record.

The apex court on March 14 said that it would pass an appropriate order on the status of material of 1996 Asghar Khan's case after it was told by Attorney General for Pakistan Molvi Anwarul Haq that he had no objection if it was declared as de-classified.

The bench is seized of hearing of a 1996 pending petition moved by Air Marshal Asghar Khan (retd) in which he alleged disbursement of money among the anti-PPP politicians by former Army Chief General Aslam Baig, ex-director general ISI Lt Gen Asad Durrani and former Mehran Bank chief Younis Habib to disrupt the general elections results of 1990.