He said the bench also dismissed Sharif's petition challenging the jurisdiction of the court in this matter.
He asserted that the regulator had completely failed to fulfill its duty to ensure stoppage of contemptuous speeches. "We'll start the hearing at the time that suits you".
But Raja said that it was not like that, though "Pemra may have made a minor error [of judgment] by rejecting the application".
"If they are not stopped they will continue attacking the judiciary, ? the petitioner said, requesting the court to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the respondents under the Contempt of Court Ordinance, 2003, read with Article 204 of the Constitution".
Commenting on a NAB references against him over construction of Raiwind Road, he said references should also be filed against him for building motorway and carrying out nuclear tests.
After hearing arguments of the both sides, the bench reserved the verdict for a while and then assembled again and announced it. Safdar was present in the court for the hearing.
It is the fourth full bench which decided the case as earlier three benches got dissolved due to different reasons.
After the decision of Panama Leaks case, Sharif family and PML-N leaders are openly criticizing the judiciary, he added.
A day after the Lahore High Court (LHC) passed a judgement temporarily banning "anti-judiciary" speeches by former Nawaz Sharif and others, the Supreme Court on Tuesday took suo motu notice on the verdict passed by the lower court.
Sharif said patriots have became traitors today, adding that he wanted all to get along.
Sharif called for an end to muzzling media and individuals.
"So the court's decision is correct, but it will still be hard to implement". The meeting also discussed the political situation and other matters relating to the party.