QUETTA - Balochistan Government has sought four weeks time from Balochistan High Court to get arrest warrants of former President Pervez Musharraf and other nominated accused in Nawab Bugtis murder case. This request was made by the Advocate General of Balochistan Amanullah Kanrani Advocate during hearing of an application filed by Nawabzada Jamil Akbar Bugti in connection with Nawab Bugtis murder case. The Chief Justice of Balochistan High Court Justice Qazi Faez Essa and Justice Muhammad Hashim Kakar heard the petition. During the hearing Deputy Attorney General Malik Sikandar submitted counter affidavit on behalf of Federal Secretary Interior. Deputy Attorney General said so far arrest warrants of accused have not been submitted ,therefore, Ministry of Interior could not make progress to contact Interpol for issuing red warrants of Pervez Musharraf and other nominated accused who are abroad. Advocate General Amanullah Kanrani submitted investigation report in the court in which it was stated that raids were conducted in Kharan, Karachi and Quetta to arrest accused nominated in the murder case of Nawab Bugti including former Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Muhammad Yousuf and former provincial Interior Minister Shoaib Nosherwani, however, the accused could not be arrested. Chief Justice said they could do everything and the recent arrest of al Qaeda leaders was its clear example then why nothing was being done in Nawab Akbar Bugtis case. At this, Advocate General Amanullah Kanrani requested and sought four weeks more time to make material progress in investigations and obtain warrant of arrests of nominated accused. Accepting the request, the court adjourned the hearing of petition till October, 12, 2011. Meanwhile, the lawyers of Jamil Bugti Nawabzada Barrister Saifullah Magsi and Sohail Ahmed Rajput said provincial government was deliberately delaying Nawab Bugtis murder case due to which the process of investigation of the case was very slow. They said reports of raids on the residences of former Chief Minister Balochistan and former Interior Minister were aimed at to waste time as according to their information no such raids had been conducted.