ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Former law minister Babar Awan has said that he will pursue the reference of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto murder case with all the resources at his disposal and his arguments will contain quotes from the books of the former prime minister as well as international material. Talking to media at the Supreme Court building on Friday, Babar Awan said if the government gave him the fee for contesting Bhutto murder case, he would contribute that towards the welfare of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of Fata. He said he would do so because Bhutto loved the people of Fata and he would donate the amount personally by going there. He said he had already visited Fata after the martyrdom of Benazir Bhutto. He pleaded for amendments in FCR to provide relief to people in Fata. The counsel in the Bhutto murder case said that he, during the arguments before the apex court, had used the word 'Shaheed more than a dozen times which was a great honour for him. In reply to a question, Babar said certain newspapers had written negatively against President Zardari but pointed out that despite spending 12 years in jail, no one could produce anything against him.