ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Friday adjourned the National Insurance Corporation Limited scam till Monday (November 14), saying that a three-member bench had passed an order that Justice (Retd) Ghulam Rabbani should hold inquiry at whose behest the advertisements against the apex court were run on print and electronic media. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry heading a two-member bench said as Justice Ghulam Rabbani had retired now therefore a three-member bench, which had ordered the honourable judge to probe into the matter, could decide whether to allow him to continue probing the matter or appoint some other judge to do the needful. He said, as today (Friday) the bench comprised only two members therefore on Monday the three would be constituted to hear the NICL case. Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid) President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Secretary General Mushahid Hussain were present in the court. Wasim Sajjad, counsel for Moonis Elahi, after hearing of the case while talking to media at the Supreme Court premises said Zafar Qureshi had filed an application in which he claimed that his life was in danger and receiving threats and if he dies of unnatural death then Chaudhry Shujjat, Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, former chief minister of Punjab, Moonis Elahi and Chaudhry Wajahat Hussain would be responsible. He said Zafar Qureshi has levelled the allegations for earning cheap fame and to create prejudice in the court against his clients and also to sensationalise the case. He said they had prayed to the court to expunge Zafar Qureshis allegations, as those charges were baseless.