A Special Judge Central of Rawalpindi court on Wednesday indicted Hamid Saeed Kazmi, former federal minister for religious affairs, and three others in Hajj corruption case. Adjourning the hearing till June 5, the court has indicted Kazmi, Rao Shakeel and Aftabul Islam and also summoned 10 witnesses of the case. The trio indicted denied the accusations charged against them. Earlier on May 25, the judge Khalid Shabir rejected Kazmi’s acquittal plea under the clause 265KK, saying that the acquittal plea was premature. “The accused would be indicted on May 30,” the court said. Saeed, the accused, while talking to media in the court, said that he would appeal against the verdicts after a detailed judgment.