If women of her stature are so unsafe in Pakistan then how can these so called caretakers rather ‘murderers’ promise ‘azaadi’
to Kashmiri women.
Some say she was shot, other investigators said she was killed by a sniper, some say she was killed in a suicide
attack. Bhutto feared elements of the so-called establishment, including people linked to the intelligence services. The UN Commission in its report mentioned that: A range of government officials failed profoundly in their efforts first to protect Ms Bhutto
and second to investigate with vigour all those responsible for her murder, not only in the execution of the attack, but also in its conception, planning and financing.
Who killed Benazir?
Did her husband Asif Zardari kill her? Despite mystery surrounding
her death he prevented Bhutto’s autopsy and denied government allegations that the assassination was sponsored by Al Qaida
ISI have a role in this assassination?
After the Karachi bomb attack against her, hours after landing in Pakistan from exile,
she denounced a larger conspiracy involving ‘elements from within the Pakistani intelligence service.’ Local security forces later hosed down the crime site, washing away any evidence and blocked an autopsy. Bhutto had sent friends a list of suspects
should she be assassinated, but these people were never questioned.
Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) chief prosecutor Mohammad Azhar Chaudhry in his concluding arguments disowned prosecution evidence of audio record and transcript
of telephonic conversation of the former chief of the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) with a cleric in which he had congratulated five terrorists on carrying out the successful attack on Bhutto.
Did Gen Pervez Musharaff kill her?
American lobbyist Mark Siegel deposed
through video-link from Washington to the Rawalpindi commissioner that he had proof that then President Pervez Musharraf had Benazir Bhutto killed in 2007, after she defied his advice not to end her exile and return to Pakistan. He also stated that Benazir
had received a threat call in Washington from the general in his presence
The fate of women in Pakistan is worse than that of women
in Kashmir. There are many causes of this deplorable state of women most common causes being cultural and traditional such as patriarchal society, feudal system, tribal culture, parallel justice system and heinous customs.