Islamabad: A Pakistani court that declared former President Pervez Musharraf a "proclaimed offender" or fugitive for failing to cooperate with investigators probing Benazir Bhutto's killing has directed authorities to provide details of his assets by August 13.
Judge Shahid Rafique of a Rawalpindi-based anti-terrorism court on Wednesday asked the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to provide details of Musharraf's assets and properties by Saturday.
The court had directed the FIA to gather details of the assets after prosecutors called for the former military ruler's properties to be seized.
Rafique expressed dissatisfaction at the FIA's performance in gathering the details.
The court had earlier issued permanent arrest warrants for Musharraf, currently living in self-exile in Britain, after he spurned calls to cooperate with investigators.

FIA prosecutors told the judge that the agency would need some more time to gather details of Musharraf's moveable and immoveable assets.
The FIA has written to the army's General Headquarters and the Chief Secretaries of the four provinces to provide details of the assets.
So far, the FIA has been able to ascertain that Musharraf owns a plot of land at Gwadar in Balochistan and a farmhouse on the outskirts of Islamabad while a plot of agricultural land at Kotha Kalan is registered in the name of his wife.
According to details provided by the State Bank of Pakistan, Musharraf has Rs 80 million in 15 banks.