ISLAMABAD - Expressing its annoyance, the Supreme Court on Monday again sought comprehensive report on missing Isaf containers from the NAB and the FBR.Resuming hearing on the fortnightly progress report in the International Security Assistance Force (Isaf) containers case, a three-judge bench led by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry expressed dissatisfaction over the reports presented by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).The bench had directed the NAB and the FBR to take action against all those involved in the scam without any discrimination and submit detailed reports on day-to-day basis. The court adjourned the hearing as the investigating authorities sought more time to show progress in the case.The court questioned why not the NAB had filed references against the responsible persons so far; it asked from the FBR counsel as to why the Board officials had not fixed responsibility on those who did not collect customs duty on the ISAF containers.The chief justice observed it seemed that the court’s order was not being implemented intentionally. The chief justice remarked that NAB officials were violating the Supreme Court order and they had by-passed the Federal Tax Ombudsman report, while the FBR is allowing tax evasion.The NAB deputy prosecutor said the Bureau was engaged in collecting evidence in the scam. Justice Khilji Arif Hussain observed that the NAB prosecutor has no knowledge of banking laws. He said the containers scam was a white-collar crime but the NAB was dealing with it as theft of television sets. The bench directed the NAB and the FBR to submit a detail report and adjourned hearing until September 25.