ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday adjourned Hafiz Saeed case for two weeks, as the Deputy Attorney General sought more time for presenting fresh evidences. Soon after a three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry resumed hearing in the federal and Punjab governments petitions against the release of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief by the Lahore High Court, DAG Shah Khawar requested the court for more time for the provision of fresh evidences, due to which the case was adjourned for two weeks. Advocate General Punjab Raza Farooq informed the court that the Punjab government was ready to revisit its request for the withdrawal from the case if the federal government decided to come up with fresh evidences. As the two petitions are clubbed together, therefore, the Punjab government might revisit its request, Farooq submitted before the court. Later, while talking to journalists outside the courtroom, DAG Shah Khawar said that they were optimistic to convince the court with the existing evidences to set aside the Lahore High Courts verdict. He said that the federal government would pursue the case as it had sufficient material to prove its stance.