ISLAMABAD Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Monday hinted at constituting a larger bench in the Bezanir Bhuttos murder case and directed the attorney general to submit Scotland Yard, United Nations, Inspector General of Police Mian Majeed and FIA investigation reports within two weeks. A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, Justice Tariq Pervaiz and Justice Amir Hani Muslim on Monday heard an appeal of Chaudhry Aslam filed against the Lahore High Courts June 23 decision that rejected the plea for registration of second FIR in Benazir Bhuttos assassination case against former president Musharraf and 12 others. The chief justice hinted that after receiving the UNO, Scotland Yard, and police reports, a larger bench would be constituted. He said in the UNO reports concluding chapter, Pakistani authorities were fully empowered to investigate the case further. The CJP questioned whether the recommendations of Scotland Yard and UNO were implemented by the government? Ch Aslam, the then protocol officer of Benazir Bhutto, said the party leadership had cancelled his membership as he had included the names of two sitting federal ministers in his petition. Ch Aslam has filed an appeal in the apex court against the dismissal of his petition by the LHC under Article 185(3) of the constitution. He made former president Musharraf, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, former Punjab chief minister Ch Pervez Elahi, former law minister Babar Awan, former Intelligence Bureau director general Ejaz Shah, former care taker interior minister Hamid Nawaz, interior secretary Kamal Shah, former spokesman of interior ministry Javed Iqbal Cheema and others as respondents. The LHCs Rawalpindi Bench had dismissed Ch Aslams request for including the names of Babar Awan and Rehman Malik on the Exit Control List. One of the LHC judges had written an additional report that as he was neither an aggrieved party nor a legal heir of (late) Benazir Bhutto, therefore, he had no right to get an FIR registered in Benazirs death case. The applicant stated the LHCs June 23 ordered was unlawful, perverse and based on fanciful application of mind. He said the LHC had failed to give due consideration to the UN report on which $60 million from the national exchequer were spent for investigating the BBs murder. The petitioner, who is himself pleading the case, told the court that when an FIR in Akbar Bugtis murder case could be registered then why not second FIR could not be registered in Benazir Bhuttos case.