Liaquat Bagh revisited


Express May 01, 2010

ISLAMABAD: A three-member state fact finding committee probing into the murder of the late Benazir Bhutto visited the scene of the crime at Rawalpindi's Liaquat Bagh on Saturday.

Headed by Cabinet Secretary Abdul Rauf Chaudhry, the committee members talked to various security officials on site. Strict security arrangements were made on the occasion, where Former Rawalpindi SHO Kashif Riaz briefed the members on the sequence of events and security measures.

Prime Minister Gilani formed the committee to probe into who ordered the hosing down of the crime scene following the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. The committee was given a 7-day deadline to prepare the report, and is expected to hand over it's findings on May 4th.

COMMENTS (1)

Saleem | 11 years ago | Reply The picture says a thousand words. Of the three people team, one 'expert' is talking on his mobile, while the other two seem to be approaching the crime scene as if the crime has just taken place and the place is awaiting with all the forensic evidence. Who is this so-called fact finding team trying to fool? Trust me you just need two police constables to solve the mystery. They can give you a far better insight into the incident and analysis of what actually might have happened at Liaqat Bagh on that day. But who would trust them. A credible report is not always the one compiled by the so-called high-powered experts with no experience of criminal investigation, rather it's the one compiled by the men on the ground who deal with such incidents 24/7.
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