Rejecting the six week adjournment plea of former federal minister, Senator Babar Awan pertaining to contempt of court case, the Supreme Court on Thursday directed Babar Awan to submit his written argument in the court till July 23.  A two member bench comprising, Justice Ejaz Afzal and Justice Athar Syed resumed the hearing of contempt of court case against Babar Awan. During the proceeding of the case, Senator Babar Awan submitted two separate petitions in the court, seeking six-week adjournment in the hearing due to his deteriorating health condition in one petition. In second petition, Babar Awan said that several pending litigations like 1998 attack on the SC and bad treatment with Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry by the police in 2007, should be heard first. He said that his case must be heard after hearing of the pending litigations. The court adjourned the proceeding of the case till July 24.