April 9, 2011

Saud Prays Issuance of Musharraf’s Red Warrant

Former President, General Pervez Musharraf’s warrant of arrest in the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto murder case could still not be served, while the lawyer of an accused senior police officer in the case made a plea for the issuance of Musharraf’s red warrant.

Rawalpindi Anti-Terrorist Special Court Judge, Rana Nisar resumed trial of the Benazir murder case in Adyala Jail here today.

Benazir murder case Joint Investigation Team’s chief, FIA Director, Javed Zia, while submitting the report relating to the serving of the Pervez Musharraf’s warrant, told the court that the British home ministry’s process was still underway for the compliance.

The lawyer of former Rawalpindi CCPO, an accused in the case, Waheed Anjum said that Pervez Musharraf was enjoying life in Britain and warrant should be issued through Interpol for his arrest.

Later, the hearing of the case was adjourned until April 23.

This court also heard the Mumbai attack case. The lawyer of the arrested accused persons made a plea that his clients’ case should be separated from Ajmal Qasab, presently jailed in India. Further hearing of this case was put off until April 16.

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