Benazir Bhutto murder case verdict reserved by ATC court

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ISLAMABAD: ATC judge Asghar Khan has reserved the verdict in the Benazir Bhutto murder case.He resumed hearing of the case in which prosecutor, FIA and counsels for accused completed their arguments on Tuesday.

Six challans were presented in the case which was heard by court for nine years.

A separate case against former president General (retd)Pervez Musharraf has been admitted and to be tried separately.

Suspects Hussain Gul and Rafaqat’s legal counsel Jawad Khalid Tuesday told the court that the statements received from his clients hold Pervez Musharraf among others responsible for the crime.

He also claimed that there is no solid proof against his clients. There is a conflict between investigating officers’ statements and the weapons recovered from the scene of the crime.