RAWALPINDI - Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi Number 3 Judge Shahid Rafique Saturday termed the details of moveable and unmovable property of former president General (Retd) Parvez Musharraf, the accused of PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto murder case, as incomplete and directed Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to provide full details in this regard. After, ATC No 3 Judge postponed the proceedings of BB assassination case till July 23, 2011. During the in-camera trial, which held at Adiala Jail, Federal Investigation Agency high ups, officials of Islamabad administration, District Coordination Officer (DCO) Rawalpindi and DDO-R appeared before the court and presented the details of the property of former president General (Retd) Parvez Musharraf, the accused in BB murder case. In the details, the court was apprised that General (Retd) Parvez Musharraf did not own any property in Rawalpindi, however, he had a farm house in Islamabad whereas some agricultural land located at Kotha Kallan, Rawalpindi, was on the name of his wife Begum Sehba Musharraf. ATC No 3 Judge Shahid Rafique observed that the provided detail was not sufficient and ordered FIA to present the full details of property owned by the accused before the court on the next date of hearing. The defence lawyers, during the proceedings, told the court the prosecution has not given them the list of witnesses so far and filed a plea with the court in this regard. On this, the Judge directed FIA to hand over the list of witnesses to the defence counsels and adjourned the hearing till July 23, 2011.