President Asif Ali Zardari has said the murderers of Benazir Bhutto will be unveiled at every cost though he doesn’t want to avenge the assassination of her wife, ARY NEWS reported. “The U.N. report has confirmed the concerns of Pakistan Peoples Party’s Central Executive Committee regarding the elements behind Shaheed Benazir Bhutto’s assassination,” President told a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani in honor of the parliamentarians here at PM House on Friday. A report by a United Nations commission of inquiry released in New York on Thursday said Bhutto’s killing by a 15-year-old suicide bomber could have been prevented if adequate security measures had been taken, citing lack of proper security arrangements by then-government led by General (retd) Pervez Musharraf and her own security team. “Though we don’t want to take revenge of her murder from anyone her murderers will be unveiled in the light of this report,” Zardari was quoted as saying in his speech.
The President in his address said the democracy and the Eighteenth Amendment was the best revenge through which the government has taken a step towards strengthening the state’s institutions and the democracy in the country. PM Gilani in his address at the occasion termed the passage of 18th Amendment by the Parliament a victory for the democracy. He said he has convened a two-day conference from Monday to discuss power crisis in the country. The conference will chalk out a plan to counter power deficit and will be attended by all the four chief ministers besides other concerned officials.
By: Ary News