ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Thursday temporarily adjourned hearing of the missing persons case for almost ten minutes after an army man threatened a senior lawyer. According to details, Legal Director of the Ministry of Defence, Lieutenant Cornel Sarfraz threatened to Hashmat Habib during the break for commenting about the Army in the court. After the break as proceedings started again, Habib Advocate appeared before the court and told about the incident occurred during the break. On which, three-member bench headed by Justice Javed Iqbal took strict notice of it and asked Sarfraz to tell the court why he did this. On this, he told, I did not threaten him in this sense, I was just asking him not to pass comments about Pakistan army in the court. On which, Justice Javed Iqbal remarked that it is their Army too and commenting against the Army is contempt of the institutions. He continued that the institutions could have good and bad qualities. Services of the Pakistan Army and secret agencies are appreciable, he added. We will protect everyone, whoever enters the court, he said and further added that the people, who are taking part in the proceedings, are talking with facts and figures. He said that the court was like mosque, where everyone could get protection and justice and everyone should respect the court. Over the situation Justice Muhammad Sair Ali adjourned the proceedings for ten minutes saying that they could not continue till the matter was resolved. As proceedings started after ten minutes, Lieutenant Cornel Sarfraz apologised for his behaviour, which was also accepted by the Senior Advocate Hashmat Habib.