RAWALPINDI - Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No 2 Thursday framed charges against a suspected terrorist for being involved in Hamza Camp (Old Ojari Camp) attack case and put off the hearing till April 13 to record the prosecution witnesses. ATC Judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahoot was trying six-suspected terrorists including Shafiqur Rehman, Muhammad Mazharul Haq, Niaz Ahmed, Syed Abdul Majid, Syed Abdul Saboor and Syed Abdul Basit to ascertain their alleged involvement into Hamza Camp attack case. Earlier, on March 19, New Town Police arrested another suspect Amir Khan alias Khalid son of Muhammad Ashraf, a resident of Dhok Paracha Rawalpindi, who was already declared as Proclaimed Offender (PO) in the case. The police took his physical custody from the court and launched investigation. After 11-day physical remand, the investigation officer produced charge sheet against the suspects. In the light of charge sheet, the court framed charges against Amir Khan who however, pleaded not guilty. The court adjourned hearing till April 13 for further proceedings. A heavy contingency of police brought the suspect from New Town Police Station to the court while the Elite Force personnel were guarding the courtroom during proceedings. According to details, on November 24, 2007, an unidentified suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden van into a bus carrying the personnel of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) at the gate of Hamza Camp, near Faizabad. After the attack, the police registered a case registered under sections 302 (murder), 324 (attempted murder), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of PPC, sections 4 and 5 of EA and section 7 of ATA with New Town Police Station.