In a press conference spokesman of Interior Ministry Mr. Javed Cheema has revealed that irrefutable evidence of militant leader of Waziristan Baitullah Mehsood’s, involvement in murder of Muhtarima Benazir Bhutto is now found, he has presented translation of conversation between Baitullah Mehsood and an another militant leader in which both are congratulating each other on success of their mission, their mobile phone conversation was intercepted by Pakistani intelligence agencies.
In a news bulletin of a private TV channel spokesman of Tehrik I Taliban has refuted the allegation of Baitullah Mehsood’s involvement in murder of Muhtarima Benazir Bhutto and has said that Pukhtoon Taliban militants does not target or attack women.
Sheri Rehman and Nahid Khan leaders of Pakistan People Party Parliamentarian are heard as saying on a private TV channel that Muhtarima Benazir Bhutto received two bullet injuries one in abdomen and the other in head, doctor of Central Rawalpindi hospital states that she had got only one injury in the head and that injury was not caused by bullet.
While giving their analysis on a private TV channel Retired Major General Talat Masood and a most senior Pakistani journalist and editor of daily Dawn has said that like unresolved mystery of first ever prime minister of Pakistan Mr. Liaqat Ali Khan who was killed at Liaqat Bagh in Rawalpindi and his murderer was immediately killed, mystery of the murder of Muhtarima Benazir Bhutto will remain a mystery for ever.
According to reports published in various dailies and broadcasted by different TV channels Sindh province of Pakistan has become violence and unrest soon after tragic martyrdom of Muhtarima Benazir Bhutto, buses, cars, rails, banks and private property at large scale is damaged by angry protestors, Lahore a big city of Pakistan and capital of Punjab province is giving a deserted look, shops are closed and people in shock are staying inside their homes.
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