LAHORE - A full bench of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday adjourned till June 16 the hearing of the eligibility case of PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif. The petition filed by Barrister Iqbal Jaffery seeks disqualification of Nawaz Sharif on the allegations that he had acquired assets through illegal source of income and transferred billions of dollars to foreign accounts. Jaffery argued before the bench seeking courts directions for Sharifs to bring back their illegal property to Pakistan. He requested the court to conduct a lie detection test of the PML-N Quaid through a polygraph machine so that he may not tell a lie and admit everything about his illegal assets. He assured the bench if Nawaz passed the test, he would withdraw all the allegations against him. The petitioner insisted that Nawaz had illegal property and that he had transferred billions of dollars to bank accounts in foreign countries. He claimed that Nawaz had sold out plots worth billions of rupees, and transferred the money accrued from the sale of these plots to foreign accounts. Sharif has sponsored and supported 'lotacracy in the country, he alleged and submitted that he had been advocating democracy, but all his actions meant to bring his own rule. Jaffery also alleged that 18th Amendment, which contained some objectionable clauses, was manoeuvred by Nawaz for the removal of condition of intra-party elections so that his family could retain its monopoly within the party as well as in national politics. He asked the court to declare Nawaz ineligible for the polls under Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution, by pronouncing him a dishonest person. The full bench comprised Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry, Justice Chaudhry Iftikhar Hussain, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, Justice Umar Ata Bandial and Justice Iqbal Hameedur Rehman. On June 16, the court will hear arguments on 18th Amendment and role of Nawaz in the amendment. Pindi, Islamabad bars delegation meets CJ The office-bearers of Rawalpindi and Islamabad bar Associations on Tuesday called on Chief Justice Lahore High court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif and appraised him about their problems. The CJ assured the delegation that their demands will be met as far as possible. He asked the lawyers to work painstakingly for redressing the grievances of litigant public and upheld rule of law, according to press release issued by the LHC. The lawyers, advocates expressed full confidence in the leadership of Chief Justice of Pakistan and Chief Justice of Lahore High Court. The lawyers assured that they will fully co-operate for providing quick relief to the litigant public upholding the constitution and rule of law.