ISLAMABAD - Attorney General Maulvi Anwarul Haq on Wednesday sought three-week time from the Supreme Court for the appointment of new Chairman of National Accountability Bureau (NAB). The Attorney General submitted the petition at Supreme Court office saying the process of consultation was currently underway for the appointment of Chairman NAB . The Supreme Court had on Monday during the proceeding of the NRO implementation directed the government to appoint NAB Chairman by September 30. The deadline given by the apex court expires today (Thursday). Some of the names proposed to the Opposition were Justice (R) Mukhtar Junejo, Chief Justice (R) Abdul Hameed Dogar, Justice (R) Faqeer Khokhar and former federal secretary Mehmood Saleem Mehmood, but all the names were rejected by the Opposition Leader. The apex court had ordered the government on Sept 1 to appoint new chairman of the NAB within 30 days. The court had declared the appointment of Acting Chairman and Prosecutor General of the NAB illegal and directed the government to appoint a new chief within one month.