The NAB on Monday expressed lack of trust in the Supreme Court bench hearing a suo moto around the mysterious dying of bureau’s investigator Kamran Faisal, as the attorney general also asked for a legal court to prevent proceedings stating that government had already constituted a commission to probe the situation. The 2-member bench, headed by Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, however purchased National Accountability Bureau (NAB) District attorney General KK Agha to submit the ‘reasons without confidence’ within the bench on paper by Feb 1, stating that individuals are if ‘found tenable’.A legal court also elevated questions within the notification concerning the formation from the commission through the interior ministry and requested Attorney General for Pakistan (AGP) Irfan Qadir to submit the initial notification on next hearing on Friday. The bench also hired Anwar Kamal as amicus curiae within this situation.Kamran Faisal, who had been area of the team looking into Rs22 billion rental energy projects (RPPs) scam, including PM Raja Pervaiz Ashraf yet others, was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan at his official residence within the Federal Lodges in Islamabad, on January 18. His dying came 72 hours following the Supreme Court ordered the arrest of PM Raja Pervaiz Ashraf and 15 others regarding the scam. Throughout the hearing, NAB District attorney General K K Agha together with NAB chairman made an appearance prior to the bench and contended that they no trust around the apex court within this situation.