A Supreme Court bench adjourned hearing with regard to eligibility of the Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif till Tuesday, a private TV reported. Attorney General Anwar Mansoor informed the court that he could not argue on the case due to ill health. The counsel of the Punjab government Khwaja Haris requested the court to allow him floor for his arguments. Justice Javed Iqbal in his remarks said it has been an important case without any equivalent in the past, which enhances responsibility of the bench and added that the court will hear the case in detail. The court later adjourned the hearing till Tuesday. Petitioner Shahid Orakzai in his petition has challenged eligibility of Shahbaz Sharif for the Chief Minister of Punjab office. The petition said that after election of a member on two assembly seats he needs under the constitution to quit the first seat from he was elected earlier. Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has resigned from his Rawalpindi seat while under the constitution he stands ineligible for Bhakkar seat, so as he has not been member of the Punjab Assembly and could not hold the office of the Chief Minister, the petition said.