Benazir murder case: FIA ordered to provide Musharraf's property details

Former president Pervez Musharraf was named as a primary accused in Benazir's murder case.


Express August 13, 2011

RAWALPINDI: An anti terrorism court in Rawalpindi has adjourned hearing of Benazir Bhutto murder case till August 20 and asked the FIA to submit property details of former president Pervez Musharrad, Express 24/7 reported on Saturday.

The court ordered Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to provide details of property owned by primary accused former president Pervez Musharraf.

It was reported earlier that the court had adjourned hearings on the case after the FIA delayed providing the court with details on assets of former president Musharraf.

For the case to proceed further, the trial court requires a complete report on Musharraf’s movable and immovable assets to be cautioned since he was declared a proclaimed offender for not appearing in the court as an accused in Benazir’s murder case.

Meanwhile, the court was informed that the chargesheet has been distributed to all seven accused in the case.

All seven accused will be indicted in the next hearing.

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COMMENTS (6)

Waleed | 9 years ago | Reply

Agreed with Abid Mohiuddin. Compared to the disaster going on right now, at least we saw economic progress in Musharraf's rule.

hashim | 9 years ago | Reply Pervez Musharraf is the best leader.and nawaz sharif compnay is a big fraud.
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