The Supreme Court on Monday heard the contempt of court case against Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leaders. During proceeding of the case, PPP leader Taj Haider presented his written answer to the court. PPP leader Sharjeel Memon submitted before the court that he was busy in budget preparations and his lawyer was out of the country, thus the court should grant him one months time. The Chief Justice remarked that he should find another lawyer. The hearing of the case has been adjourned until May 27. The Supreme Court had issued contempt of court notices to the PPP leaders after they called for a strike in Sindh against the apex courts decision declaring illegal the appointment of Deedar Hussain Shah as Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB).