RAWALPINDI, Sept 29: A court in Rawalpindi on Saturday reserved judgment in petitions against the declaration of former president Pervez Musharraf as an absconder and freezing of his bank accounts. The anti-terrorism special court had taken up the two petitions filed by Musharraf’s wife, Sehba. Her counsel Ilyas Siddiqui contended that an inquiry was required before freezing a joint account involving an accused. FIA prosecutor Chaudhry Zulfiqar said Sehba possessed no personal income and that the joint account mainly contained Pervez Musharraf’s money. He added that Musharraf was an absconder and no one may submit a request to restore his accounts until he himself returned to Pakistan. He informed the court that out of 11 accounts that were frozen, seven were personal accounts belonging to Musharraf. The judgment on the petitions is expected to be announced on Oct 3.