RAWALPINDI - The Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No 3 adjourned the hearing in Benazir Bhutto murder case after Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) sought more time to deliver arrest warrants to former president Pervaiz Musharraf here on Saturday. FIA had sought one-month time in this connection but the ATC judge Rana Nisar Ahmed granted them two-week time. During the hearing, the FIA investigation officer prayed to the court that the agency needed one-month time as the interior ministry had written a letter to the foreign office to deliver the arrest warrants to former president Perviaz Musharraf on his London address. However, the court gave 15-day time to FIA for sending the warrants to former president and adjourned the hearing till March 19. On the other hand, the counsels for prosecution in the case did not appear before the court in protest after the jail authorities allegedly misbehaved with them. Chaudhry Zulfiqar, an FIA prosecutor, while talking to the journalists said that the accused in Benazir Bhutto murder case were to be charged Saturday but Adiala Jail Superintendent Mohsin Rafiq did not allow them to enter the jail. He accused the superintendent of interfering into the courts proceedings. He asked the higher jail authorities to take action against the superintendent.