RAWALPINDI - The judge of Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC), Rawalpindi Number 3, on Saturday ordered the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to submit detailed report on warrants issued for the arrest of former president Pervez Musharraf in the Benazir Bhutto assassination case. Rana Nisar Ali Khan, Judge of ATC No 3, postponed till April 2 the hearing of the case. On the other hand, Public Prosecutor Chaudhry Zulfiqar Ali Khan, while talking to media men, said that the investigating agency might contact Interpol to nab the accused if UK Home Department did not give positive response to the FIA request made for handing over Pervez Musharraf. As per details, FIA Deputy Director informed the court that FIA had sent two times the arrest warrants to UK authorities. He told the judge though there was no extradition treaty between the governments of two countries yet FIA would send the request as UK government was bound to hand over the accused on the basis of reciprocal ties between the two countries. On this, the judge ordered the FIA to arrest the accused in any case and present him before the court on the next date of hearing. While responding to a query of media men, Chaudhry Zulfiqar replied that FIA would get in touch with Interpol if UK government did not act upon arrest warrants of Pervez Musharraf. Agencies add: Pakistan will ask Interpol to circulate a global arrest warrant for former president Musharraf over the murder of Benazir Bhutto, a prosecutor said on Saturday. We presented three letters in the court which have been sent to the British government for the execution of the warrants, prosecutor Zulfiqar Ali told AFP. We have not yet received any report from the British home department and now we will write to Interpol to help execute the warrants, he added. The head of the Joint Investigation Team Khalid recorded his statement in the court on Saturday. Benazir Bhutto was killed after addressing an election campaign rally in Rawalpindi on December 27, 2007. Musharraf is alleged to have been part of a broad conspiracy to have his political rival killed before elections, though the exact nature of the charges against him is not clear. Bhutto, who served two terms as prime minister, returned from exile two months before she was assassinated. Her widower, Asif Ali Zardari, led her Pakistan Peoples Party to election victory in 2008 and is now president. At the time of Bhuttos death, Musharrafs government blamed the assassination on Pakistani Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud, who denied any involvement and was subsequently killed in a US drone attack.