RAWALPINDI - An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) here on Saturday reserved its judgement on the application filed by the prosecution requesting the court to declare Ajmal Kasab and Faheem Arshad Ansari, who are being tried in India for their alleged role in Mumbai attack, as proclaimed offenders (POs) in a case registered in Pakistan. The ATC Judge Malik Muhammad Akram Awan, who has been conducting the in-camera trial of seven accused arrested for planning and abetting the Mumbai attack in Adiala Jail, reserved the decision after both the counsels completed their arguments on the application. The defence counsel of the accused contended before the court that Kasab and Ansari could not be declared proclaimed offender since both the accused were not avoiding court proceedings willingly. He further added if Government wanted to include them in the case, it should bring them in Pakistan through proper channel as they were arrested in India. Earlier, the prosecution stated in the application that since the court had earlier issued warrants for the two accused, it could now start the process of declaring them proclaimed offenders under Section 87 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC).