The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday rejected Interior Minister Rehman Malik’s testimonials regarding his dual citizenship. He submitted forms, pay order copies and other papers to the court, claiming that he had abandoned his British citizenship in April 2008. A three-member bench headed by chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry was hearing the case pertaining to the dual nationality of parliamentarians. During the hearing, the bench rejected the documents submitted by Azhar Chaudhry, counsel for Interior minister Rehman Malik, saying that the letter mentioned the declaration. However, no such declaration is being attached with the documents. Referring to the suspension of Farahnaz Ispahani membership, the chief justice said that discrimination cannot be made in this regard. Azhar Chaudhry told the court that Rehman Malik will submit all the required documents as soon as he returns back from London. Adjourning the hearing, the bench ordered Rehman Malik and Zahid Iqbal to submit their documents till June 4 or else their membership will be suspended.