RAWALPINDI - Anti-Terrorism Court Rawalpindi Number-I Saturday refused to give copies of certain incriminating documents to five accused allegedly involved in assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. ATC-I Judge Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman also summoned some prosecution witnesses to record their statements on December 20. According to the details, ATC-I Judge Ch Habib-ur-Rehman who has been conducting the trail of five accused in Adyala Jail, rejected the application of Aitzaz Shah, Sher Zaman, Hasnain Gull, Rafaqat Hussain and Abdul Rasheed, about getting some documents inculpating them in the murder case of PPP Chairperson. The court also dismissed a separate application of Sher Zaman challenging his indictment for murder claiming he had only been accused by the investigators of concealing the plot to kill PPP Chairperson. The accused had sought the attested copies of statements of the accused under Sections 161 (before police), 164 (before a judicial magistrate), Medico-Legal Report, Compressed Disk (CD) containing findings of an investigation of Scotland Yard, tape of the telephonic conversation of some militants recorded by intelligence agencies, statements of injured persons if any, map of the place of the incident, recovery memo and postmortem report of the deceased and initial medical report of the doctors who treated former prime minister in the hospital. The accused Sher Zaman had challenged in indictment saying that the investigators had only charged him with concealing the December 27 terrorism plot but he had been charged with murder, attempted murder and using illegal explosive materials. His lawyer Khurram Qureshi told the media men that he would challenge the decision of the ATC in the high court as his client had unlawfully been charged with murder of former PM.