Pakistan's Supreme Court on Monday adjourned indefinitely the hearing of petitions challenging the release from detention of banned JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, accused by India of being the mastermind of the Mumbai attacks. The Supreme Court's direction comes two days after India said there was "enough evidence" to continue investigation against the Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief in connection with the 26/11 attacks. The hearing of the two petitions filed by the Federal and Punjab governments has been adjourned indefinitely by the Supreme Court, Saeed's counsel A K Dogar told reporters. Sources said the move was apparently linked to the resignation on Sunday of Punjab's Advocate General Raza Farooq, who was representing the provincial government in the hearings. The provincial government sought time from the Supreme Court to appoint a new Advocate General and asked for the hearing to be adjourned, sources said.