Musharraf rejects UN report on BB assassination

May 21, 2010

Former president Pervez Musharraf rejected the UN report on Benazir Bhutto's assassination in Rawalpindi in December 2007.

In an interview with CNN, Musharraf said political parties are hatching conspiracies against him to prove their claims regarding the murder.

The former president said he had stopped Bhutto from going to the venue where she was later killed by terrorists.

Stressing on strict actions again extremism and terrorism , the former president said terror activities are going on in the tribal areas of the country. He said the goverment's policy against terrorism is right.

About his decision to join politics, Pervez Musharraf said he has come into politics on the public demand.

Asked about his view on the caricatures controversy, he said that everyone should be allowed to express themselves, but without hurting anyone. The former president said Pakistan needs to act against Facebook.


rosilva one | 13 years ago | Reply Every one had rejected BB - United Nations probe. Now even the Government of Pakistan had written to United Nations rejecting the report. So what is the noise about? Get on with the work PPP and stop making fuss for nothing. Foreign Ministry should stop making us fool in the august forums. Musharaf is true though Shaukat Aziz for once is also true.
Gravity | 13 years ago | Reply Way better than the current ruling!
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