An anti-terrorism court (ATC) of Rawalpindi on Saturday indicted seven persons including former CCPO Rawalpindi Saud Aziz and former SP Rawal Town Khurram Shahzad in the Benazir Bhutto (BB) murder case. The ATC Judge Shahid Rafiq heard the case in Adiala jail where the accused were presented before the court. The accused denied the charges against them on which the court instructed to present witnesses in the next hearing on November 19. The charges framed against the include murder, attempted murder, negligence from duty, becoming part of the murder conspiracy, washing of the crime scene and thus removing proofs. Other indicted persons included Rafaqat, Husanain, Sher Zaman, Abdul Rashid and Aitzaz. The court has not indicted former President Pervez Musharraf in the case The main accused, Aziz and Shahzad, are currently out on bail. Benazir Bhutto was killed on December 27, 2007 in a suicide attack after an election rally in Rawalpindi. Accused Sher Zaman refused to receive and sign the documents given by the court. The court also deferred the hearing of an application by Begum Saheba Musharraf, wife of the main accused former President Pervez Musharraf against confiscation of residential property. FIA prosecutors Chaudhry Azhar and Chaudhry Zulfikar submitted before the court that about four years are to pass since the assassination of Benazir Bhutto but the accused have not been indicted and as she was a world leader, the case is of international significance. They said that a conspiracy was hatched in which the accused were part and parcel. They pleaded that the delaying tactics of the counsels for the accused should not be accepted. The charge sheet given by the court to accused Saud Aziz and Khurram Shahzad said that they removed the security box of Benazir Bhutto, ordered the washing of crime scene and thus destroyed the proofs. Also they did not ordered postmortem of any innocent citizen killed in the blast. It has also been charged that they were involved in Benazir Bhutto assassination plan.