RAWALPINDI - A petition has been filed in the Lahore High Court (LHC), Rawalpindi bench, seeking directions for registration of second FIR against former president Pervez Musharraf and others regarding the bomb blast occurred on July 17, 2007 at the entrance of Kutchery, F-8 Markaz, Islamabad. Justice Asad Munir adjourned the proceedings in the petition for final arguments till May 6. Petitioner M Aslam Ch moved court through his counsel Asad Rajput and made former president Musharraf, SSP Islamabad Capital Territory, former federal interior minister Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, former secretary interior Kamal Shah, former DG IB Ejaz Shah and four others as respondents. In his petition, he stated that at the scheduled time of arrival of the CJP, a bomb blast occurred at the entrance of F-8 Markaz. The said blast was of a timed device but it was later wrongly termed as a suicide blast by the administration, he maintained. He added that during the time when the petitioner and others were undertaking the rescue activities, SP ICT Nasir Aftab came there and the petitioner, in front of him, made a statement mentioning the names of all the accused. He further said that the said accused persons and others had conspired with malafide intentions to murder the CJ of Pakistan. He continued that the petitioner was given the understanding by the said officer that an FIR would be lodged according to his statement against the accused as they were responsible for the occurrence. He said that later he was told by police officials that an FIR was lodged and sealed wherein the version of the petitioner and others was completely ignored. The counsel Asad Rajput further told that he stated in the petition that the petitioner, aggrieved by the attitude of respondent No 1, filed a petition under section 22-A of CrPC which was heard and disposed of by the learned Additional Sessions judge Islamabad. Therefore, he prayed before the court that a second FIR might be registered under the provision of Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 so that the accused might be dealt in accordance with the law.