RAWALPINDI - Punjab Home Department Saturday conveyed to the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) that the trial of the five accused allegedly involved in the assassination of former premier Benazir Bhutto would be conducted in the Central Jail Adiala due to security concerns. However, the ATC No I Judge Chaudhry Habibur Rehman adjourned the hearing in the trail till October 11 after the prosecution submitted an application seeking adjournment saying the special public prosecutor Sardar Ishaq Khan had undergone kidney transplantation and couldn't appear in the court. Earlier, Rawalpindi Police has sought the jail trail of five accused Aitzaz, Sher Zaman, Abdul Rasheed, Rafaqat and Hasnain Gul. Aitzaz, Sher Zaman and Rasheed are accused of concealing the conspiracy to kill Ms Bhutto and the other two, while Rafaqat and Hasnain are accused of facilitating the suicide bomber who blew up himself on December 27 and killed Benazir. In two other suicide attack cases; one in R A Bazaar and the other in Civil Lines Police area, the court put off the hearing till October 11, as the investigators are yet to submit the charge sheet against the two accused and report about their proceedings in declaring the Baitullah Mehsud, Chief of banned Pakistan Tehrik-i-Taliban and four others as proclaimed offenders. In these cases, the accused Rafaqat and Hasnain have confessed that they provided lodging and facilitated two suicide bombers, Usman and Shahid, for attacks, first on September 4 in R A Bazaar area and the other one at the road leading to Army House on October 30 last year. In the case of rocket attack on Kamra Aeronautical Complex in Attock, the investigators told the court that they had obtained permission from Punjab Home Department about the jail trail of five men; Tehseenullah, Saeed Arab, Abdul Rasheed Tarabi, Gul Roze and Muhammad Shafique alias Mahaz. These men are allegedly involved in the case of rocket attack on the Kamara complex on January 17, 2008. The investigators claimed in the charge sheet against the accused that during the investigations they learnt that Abdul Rasheed arrested in connection with Benazir murder case had confessed before a judicial magistrate about carrying out the rockets attacks in Kamra. Police included Abdul Rasheed in the investigations in the Adiala jail and arrested the four other accused on the information provided by him. Police have declared four more accused Aziz Janan alias Khalid, Faiz Muhammad alias Kaskat, Abdullah alias Saddam and Saeed alias Bilal as absconders. Meanwhile, ATC-II Judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahot issued show-cause notice to SHO R A Bazaar Police for not producing four men; Shafiqur Rehman, Muhammad Mazharul Haq alias Ahmed alias Jani, Niaz Ahmed alias Dr Saqib alias Akhtar and Syed Abdul Saboor, accused of their alleged role in an early morning suicide attack outside the gate of GHQ on November 24, 2007. These men are in Adiala jail on judicial remand but were not produced in the court on Saturday and the court put off the hearing till September 9. In yet another case, the ATC-II extended the judicial remand of Mazharul Haq and Niaz Ahmed, also accused of having a role in gun attack on the plane of former president Pervez Musharraf last July, till September 18. According to details, law enforcement personnel recovered a 12.7mm anti-aircraft gun and a 7.62mm machinegun from the roof of a rented house after the area people heard gun shots. Though the government denied at that time the target was the plane of the president, Banni Police registered an FIR No 390 under sections 120-B, (criminal conspiracy), 121-A (conspiracy to wage or attempt to wage war or abetting waging of war against Pakistan), 122 (Collecting arms, etc, with intention of waging war against Pakistan), 123 (Concealing with intent to facilitate design to wage war) of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC), terrorism and possession of illegal weapons against the unknown persons.