Benazir murder case: Anti-terrorism court adjourned hearing till Oct 6
RAWALPINDI: An Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) of Rawalpindi on Wednesday adjourned the hearing of the case pertaining to an application filed by former first lady Sehba Musharraf, against declaring her husband proclaimed offender in Benazir Bhutto (BB) assassination case and starting the process for confiscation of his property, till Oct 6, DawnNews reported.
Judge of ATC’s special court Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman heard the case. The court proceeding was adjourned without any further progress due to absence of the lawyers
Attorney of Sehba Musharraf also presented the property papers that were gifted to her by her husband.
Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) was of the view that 11 accounts of Pervez Musharraf – seven individual and four joint accounts- cannot be restored because former president was declared absconder.
ATC in August last year after declaring the former president Gen (retired) Pervez Musharraf a proclaimed offender in BB assassination case, attached his moveable and immovable properties and seized his 11 bank accounts.