ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court Monday adjourned the hearing in contempt of court case against PPP Sindh chapter leaders Taj Haider and Sharjeel Inam Memon for giving a strike call against apex courts ruling on Deedar Hussains appointment as chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB), for a month. Three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Muhammad Sair Ali and Justice Ghulam Rabbani was hearing the contempt of court proceedings against General Secretary Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Sindh Taj Haider and Sharjeel Inam Memon, who had been appointed Information Minister Sindh recently. At the outset of the hearing, the Chief Justice asked both the PPP leaders whether or not they have submitted their replies. In the last hearing the court had directed them to files their statements in this regard. Taj Haider replied that he had prepared a detailed reply and wanted to submit it with the court. The CJP directed him to submit the reply with the SC office. Sharjeel Memon told the court that his counsel Abdul Hafeez Pirzada was out of the country, so he was unable to prepare and submit his reply. Justice Iftikhar said he was given two weeks on his request for preparing the reply, adding he must have nominated somebody else as his counsel. Dont you want to get this case finished, the CJ remarked. Memon sought one-month time, stating that he was also busy in budget preparations.