ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court of Pakistan Wednesday directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to submit a comprehensive list of persons who used their influence to recruit people in Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI). A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice   Umar Ata Bandial conducted hearing of the contempt of court case against those who violated the apex court order regarding recruitment in EOBI after January 2011. The NAB was ordered to furnish a detailed report on the role of persons who violated the Court direction. The NAB was also asked to inform about the trial stage. Justice Yahya Afridi said that the report submitted in the court does not contain the complete detail of the accused persons.The chief justice observed that the EOBI case has been pending since 2010. He said   if the contempt of court was committed then the court would fix responsibility. He added that the appointments were made in violation of the apex court order. Justice Bandial further said that they would examine who had violated the Court order, and they wanted to initiate action against those who were actually responsible for the violation instead of all the accused.

He said that they wanted to pass such an order that does not stop the trial and also let the contempt of court proceedings continued.