ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Tuesday decided that a five-member larger bench would hear the case regarding registration of second FIR in late Benazir Bhutto murder case.A three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhmmad Chaudhry, Justice Jawwad S Khawaja and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain was hearing an appeal of Chaudhry Aslam filed against the Lahore High Court’s June 23, 2011, decision.The bench said they have to see whether second FIR in late Benazir Bhutto assassination case could be registered or not, as the investigation is the job of police and not of the court. The chief justice said second FIR was lodged in Mir Murtaza Bhutto murder case in 1997. Rashid A Rizvi, counsel for Chaudhry Aslam, said not just the second but third FIR was also lodged in the Mir Murtaza case.The chief justice said the second FIR can be lodged in light of the judgment of the apex court in Wajid Ali Khan Durrani vs Government of Pakistan (2001 SCMR 1556) case.The bench noted that it was not necessary that the complainant should be an aggrieved party, even a passerby can lodge complaint and in many cases on the complaint of the SHO the FIRs were registered. The CJP said: “We can’t take departure from the case of Wajid Ali Durrani case.”Deputy Attorney General Shafi Chandio said that the BB murder case is distinct from other cases. The chief justice remarked when names of big personalities are coming in this case therefore you are talking of distinction.Ch Aslam has filed the appeal in the apex court against dismissal of his petition by the LHC under Article 185(3) of the constitution. He has made former President General (r) Pervez Musharraf, Interior Advisor Rehman Malik, former Punjab chief minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, former law minister Babar Awan, former Intelligence Bureau director general, Ejaz Shah, former caretaker interior minister Hamid Nawaz, interior secretary Kamal Shah, former spokesman of interior ministry Javed Iqbal Cheema and others as respondents.The LHC Rawalpindi bench has denied relief to Ch Aslam inter alia on the ground that the petitioner has approached the court after considerable delay to lodge FIR.