Supreme Court Tuesday adjourned the contempt proceedings against Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Babar Awan on his request till April 2. The apex court was all set to frame contempt charge against former Federal Law Minister; but, he informed the court his counsel Ali Zafar is leaving for India and is currently in Lahore for making arrangements for the visit. He asked the court to indict him on contempt charge in presence of his counsel. ‘I do not demur at the indictment, if it is made today; however, I want it to be in the presence of my lawyer,’ he requested the court. Granting his plea, the court adjourned the further proceedings till April 2.