ISLAMABAD: PM’s counsel Aitzaz Ahsan Wednesday winding up his arguments on Article 10-A has now even before a break in hearing has started arguing on the presidential immunity before the Supreme Court seven-member bench headed by Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk on the resumption of hearing in the PM Gilani contempt of court case here.Earlier, Aitzaz Ahsan said that there was no doubt about Article 10-A that it related to the fair trial. He further argued that the contempt of court law could be declared defunct under Article 10-A.On this occasion, Justice Asif remarked that under Article 4 even those laws have to be conceded, which are inappropriate and added that Article 10-A provided sword against inappropriate laws, it has to be seen whether the court on this basis has the authority or not to abolish the law.Justice Gulzar remarked that the record of the parliamentary committee could tell about what was the objective of Article 10-A.Aitzaz Ahsan said that the court could call for the parliamentary record right now, if there was any misgiving on any point and asserted that there was no confusion in Article 10-A. He said that the contempt of court law could be declared defunct.He further argued that the Supreme Court could not initiate proceeding on the non-implementation of its own order instead the matter should be referred to the relevant High Court.