A three-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday adjourned the hearing of the Asghar Khan case regarding distribution of alleged money by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) among the politicians during 1990 elections till July 16. The bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry was hearing the case. During Friday’s hearing, Irfan Qadir, the Attorney General of Pakistan, and General (Retd) Aslam Baig were present in court room while Akram Sheikh, the counsel of Aslam Baig, did not attend the court due to health problem. Irfan Qadir said that the notification, under which Zulfikar Ali Bhutto created political wing in ISI in May 1975, could not be found. The bench ordered the Secretary Law to find all the documents regarding Habib Bank scandal.