The Supreme Court (SC) has rejected the federal government's plea seeking one month extension to fill the vacant post of chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and directed to ensure the implementation of court's directives by end of this month. A two-member division bench of SC comprising Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali and Justice Asif Saeed Khosa, Monday heard the case regarding chairman NAB issue. The court during hearing directed to the government to appoint NAB chairman by July 31. It is worth mentioning that Additional Attorney General K K Agha on July 20 had moved an application in the apex court stating that it was not possible for the federal government to initiate the process of the appointment of Chairman NAB because if the govt would appoint a new chairman NAB and later finds that its review petition had been allowed then it would be awkward.