LAHORE - Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court Monday adjourned to November 1, the hearing of the constitutional petitions which seek judicial order to the government to effect extradition of former dictator Pervez Musharraf through International Police (Interpol) and for trying him on high treason charges for subversion of the Constitution and others. On the previous date of hearing, the court while proceeding with the matter, had observed that high treason case under Article 6 of the Constitution could, prima facie, be lodged at the instance of the Federal government. In order to adjudicate upon this aspect of the matter, the court had called for reply to the petition from the Federal and the Punjab governments. However last day, Deputy Attorney General appeared and sought time to file reply. The request was granted by the court. Advocate Rana Ilam-ud-Din Ghazi moved first petition in which he leveled 15 allegations of different nature against Musharraf. Another petition was later filed by Aziz Ahmad Awan, secretary general Tameer-e-Pakistan Party through counsel SN Khawar. The petitioners have accused Musharraf of sabotaging the Constitution in violation of the oath he took as Army Chief, dismissing an elected government without any cogent reason and again infringing the Constitution on November 3, 2007, by way of restricting judges of the superior judiciary from performing their judicial work and detaining most of them among Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, at their respective houses. The petitioners have also charged Musharraf for murder of Nawab Akbar Bugti and ordering torture and manhandling of the lawyers through the police, besides forcing Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan to accept the allegation of selling nuclear technology, which earned bad name to the country. The killing of innocent women in Jamia Hafsa operation is another accusation on the basis of which the petitioners seek high treason punishment to Musharraf.