WASHINGTON (Agencies) A US federal judge on Thursday allowed leader of Kashmiri American Council Ghulam Nabi Fai to have next hearing on July 26 (Tuesday) at 2 pm as his attorney failed to appear at the stipulated hearing on Thursday. Fai was produced in the Court House of Judge Theresa Buchman in a grey-greenish jump suit. Fai waived to his family and friends in the audience. His attorney Nina Ginsberg could not attend because she had another appointment and another lawyer who attended on her behalf, Michael Lieber told the court in Alexandria, Virginia that she requested to have another date which the judge granted. Earlier on Tuesday, United Stated law and order agencies charged two individuals with participating in a long-term conspiracy to act as agents of the Pakistani government with funding from ISI, in the United States without disclosing their affiliation with the Pakistani government. The Federal Bureau of Investigation in a 43-page affidavit charged that Fai, 62, a US citizen and resident of Fairfax, VA, and Zaheer Ahmad, 63, a US citizen and resident of Pakistan, failed to register with the Justice Department as agents of Pakistan, as required by law. According to the affidavit, Fai served as the director of the Kashmiri American Council (KAC), a non-governmental organization located in Washington, DC, that was founded in 1990 and also goes by the name Kashmir Centre. The affidavit charges that Fai and the KAC have received at least $4 million from the Pakistani government since the mid-1990s through Zaheer and his funding network.