Supreme Court (SC) has constituted a larger bench to hear Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case initiated with a presidential reference. Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday approved the Presidential reference for hearing regarding. The President had sent the reference to the apex court for revisiting the case of hanging of the late Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. President's counsel Babar Awan presented the questions of law relating to the reference filed by the president under Article 186 of the constitution, before the court. The court approved the reference for hearing. The court nominated 10 amici curiae (friends of the court) to assist a larger bench that will hear the case. Renowned lawyer Aitzaz Ahsan has been named among the 10 amici curiae. A three-member SC bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammed Chaudhry is heard the presidential reference moved by President Asif Ali Zardari. It should be mentioned here that the apex court sought from the presidency in the last hearing of the reference, the clear-cut questions of law relating Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case. The court directed the governments counsel, former Federal Law Minister Babar Awan to re-file the reference today (Thursday) with specific questions on which President sought courts opinion. Court has been asked if it was not a violation of Islamic law to punish someone on evidence by an approver. One question is Bhutto case record abundantly showed the bias of judges; then, could this trial be said as transparent. Another question is the punishment awarded to ZAB was appropriate in accordance with the case and the then circumstances. Babar Awan asked the court, 'Was this trial in conflict with the Article of the Constitution relating the human rights? Talking to media yesterday, Information Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan said that the questions would now be made part of the reference filed by President Zardari under Article 168 of the constitution. The court adjourned the case till May 2.