ISLAMABAD  - An anti terrorism court (ATC) in Islamabad will indict former military ruler Pervez Musharraf in judges' detention case on June 15.

ATC Judge Syed Kausar Abbas Zaidi held the proceedings of the case at Musharraf's farmhouse which was declared as sub-jail.

The ATC judge directed that the copies of challan would be distribute to the parties and adjourned the hearing until June 15.

Musharraf’s lawyer Ilyas Siddiqui could not appear before the court due to the hearing of his client's bail application in the Islamabad High Court (IHC).

Earlier, the IHC approved the request for jail trial of the former president.

IHC registrar Meeran Jan Kakar and Islamabad Chief Commissioner Jawad Paul had inspected the temporary courtroom established in Chak Shahzad farmhouse. The ATC judge also accompanied the registrar and the chief commissioner to inspect the courtroom.

The IHC had approved the trial of Musharraf in the farmhouse on May 4 but reversed its decision on May 28 after ATC Judge Zaidi complained that the district administration had neither established the courtroom in the farmhouse nor made any arrangement for his security.

For his security arrangements, the ATC judge demanded security staff, a bulletproof vehicle and a residence in the federal capital because he was living in Rawalpindi.

After the inspection, the IHC registrar submitted his report to IHC Chief Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi who finally approved the jail trial of Musharraf in his farmhouse.