Benazir Bhutto had a premonition she would be killed, took steps to prepare for it
Today, ten years after Benazir Bhutto’s untimely death, no one seems interested in proceeding against the man who abrogated the Pakistan Constitution twice.
Sharjeel Inam Memon, a Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader said that Sharif was ‘a product of dictators’.
The 54-year-old Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chief and a two-time prime minister was killed along with more than 20 people in a gun and bomb attack in Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh during an election campaign rally on December 27, 2007.
The judgement has raised more questions than it answered. But such an ending was foretold, considering the shabby investigation from the start and the politics and conspiracy theories that hobbled it.
Benazir Bhutto, the Pakistan Peoples Party chief and a two-time prime minister, was killed along with more than 20 people in a gun and bomb attack in Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh during an election campaign rally on December 27, 2007.
Teams of the NDRF and the Fire Brigade are at the spot engaged in rescue operations. 90 NDRF personnel, dog squad, 10 fire tenders, two rescue vans and several ambulances are at the site of the collapse which has been categorised as a level III emergency by the fire brigade.
Bhutto, a two-time prime minister, was killed in a gun and bomb attack in Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh during an election campaign rally on December 27, 2007.
Benazir Bhutto murder case LIVE updates: The judge hearing the case was reportedly changed eight times.
A committee set up by the United Nations under former head of US federal reserves Paul Volker found in 2005 that Petrofine FZC paid US$ 2 million commission to the regime of Saddam Hussein to win oil contracts worth US$115-145 million.
Four years before assassination, Benazir Bhutto said India and Pakistan know they can never use the nuclear weapons in their arsenal
Benazir Bhutto’s killing continues to roil Pakistan
Bhutto was killed in a bomb and gun attack in Rawalpindi in 2007 as she came out of a park after addressing an election rally.
In his book, “Where Borders Bleed: An Insider’s Account of Indo-Pak Relations” Rajiv Dogra, who was Consul General of India in Karachi from 1992 to 1994, talks about a number of contentious issues between the two countries.
A new book recounts the turbulence in the life and times of Benazir Bhutto.