ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court on Monday adjourned the hearing in the videogate case involving a controversial video of former judge Arshad Malik till July 20.
The hearing was adjourned at the request of the prosecution.
During the proceedings, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) prosecutor furnished arguments at the 23 ATA petition of two accused Nasir and Hamza for removing terrorism clauses from the case.
The prosecutor also sought more time, saying that additional evidence will be presented before the court in the next hearing.
The court accepted the request and adjourned the hearing till July 20.
The agency had nominated Mian Tariq Mehmood, Hafiz Raza, Nadir Khan and Hamza Butt as the accused in a challan produced before the court.