RAWALPINDI - Proceedings could not take place on Saturday in the two important cases in the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Number 1, Rawalpindi, as the judge was on leave, while hearing was also adjourned in Atiqa Odho liquor recovery case.
According to details, the hearing in both former premier Benazir Bhutto (BB) murder and Mumbai attacks cases were put off till April 3, 2012 as ATC No 1 Judge Shahid Raffique observed leave.
Earlier, the hearings was also deferred without any further development because the two prosecutors of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Chaudhry Zulfiqar and Chaudhry Azhar are presently in India as part of Judicial Commission (JC) which went to get record the statements of people linked with Mumbai attack.
Meanwhile, hearing against renowned TV actresses and All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) former central office bearers Atiqa Odho in liquor recovery case has been deferred till April 21, 2012 as the trial judge was not available.
However, the accused actresses appeared before the court of duty magistrate Muhammad Akrama, who put off the hearing till April 21, 2012, besides issuing notices to the prosecution witnesses on the next date of hearing .