LAHORE On the request made by the Federal Law Officer for time to file a reply, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday adjourned to May 23 hearing of two petitions which seek extradition of former President Pervez Musharraf and his trial under sedition law primarily on the charges of constitutional subversion. Deputy Attorney General Ziaul Qamar urged the Bench for adjournment of the case filed by advocate Ilmuddin Ghazi and Aziz Ahmad Awan. Musharraf has been living abroad over the last two years while the petitioners want him come back either through local or the international agencies like Interpol. Ghazi has levelled 15 allegations of various natures against Musharraf starting for his 'illegal and unconstitutional act of toppling Nawaz Sharif government in 1999 to the killing of nationalist leader of Balochistan Nawab Akbar Bugti. The petitioner reckons March 9, 2007 and November 3, 2007 action on the judiciary of Pakistan as the height of Musharraf audacity towards the constitutional dictates and the judiciary and that he created a very bad chapter in the national history by incarcerating dozens of judges, including the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary, along with their family at their residence following November 3 PCO and the state of emergency. Killing of innocent students of Jamia Hifza in May 2007 at Musharrafs behest constitutes another heinous offence against the former military dictator which merit his trial for high treason, the petitioner asserts recalling the massive arrests of lawyers and their thrashing at the hand of police and agency persons in the Lahore High Court premises when they were up in arms against the November 3 PCO. He has also alleged that Musharraf brought a serious disgrace and shame to the nation by making Pakistan nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan as scapegoat to save his own skin. The petitioner also blames Musharraf for selling out vital national interests of the country to United States after 9/11 without taking consent of the nation and in the course of serving the purpose of the US, he handed over innumerable innocent citizens to the latter without observing need of the law and that he also planned killing of Benazir Bhutto. Citing a statement of Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, the lawyer accused Musharraf of committing a series of heinous crimes, including the kidnapping of Dr Aafia Siddiqui. The petitioner requested the court to direct the federal government to lodge a case against the former president under Article 6 of the Constitution.