Sunday, December 30, 2007

Mystery of Benazir's murder

3 days passed, but still Benazir's murder is in mystery. A militant group said yesterday it had no link to Benazir Bhutto's killing, dismissing government claims as a bitter dispute erupted over how the opposition leader was killed.
A close aide to Benazir Bhutto told AFP Saturday she saw a bullet wound in the Pakistani opposition leader's head when she bathed her body after her assassination.
Benazir's spokeswoman Sherry Rehman, who said she was in the former premier's motorcade at the time of the gun and suicide attack, rejected government claims that the death was caused when Benazir Bhutto's head hit her sunroof.
"I was actually part of the party which bathed her body before the funeral," said Rehman, who added that her car was used to transport Benazir to hospital.
"There was a bullet wound I saw that went in from the back of her head and came out the other side.
"We could not even wash her properly because the wound was still seeping. She lost a huge amount of blood."
Rehman accused the government of mounting a cover-up over Benazir's death.

The clip conveys such on this humor:

But the government challenged the cover-up claim saying the Pakistani government would let the body of Benazir be exhumed for inquiry if her party requested it, interior ministry spokesman Brigadier Javed Cheema said on Saturday.
"We do not require the assistance of the international community," he said when asked about calls for an outside probe into her assassination, which has plunged the nuclear-armed Islamic nation deeper into turmoil.

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Benazir's murder: The end of Pakistan's stability

Benazir Haque was the last symbol of democracy in Pakistan. Although she was blessed by the 'West power-house', she was the only lady who can stand against unfair activities like 'moulana, mufti, fotoa' etc. The terrorists were displeased at her from the very beginning. They began to threaten her since the day she declared to return to her country. But she was so brave & well-determined to rescue her country from the black-sheep (slur of Pakistan) including Military backed government & Terrorists backed by Al-Quayeda.
When Al-Quayeda stood against nasty America many muslims supported them for moral reasons. But day by day this organization is showing their black-sheep signs. Their activities is becoming irritating, dangerous, self-destructing & above all NASTY.
With the murder of Benazir the last deem-light of democracy in Pakistan deemed away, don't know how long, but its a long time without any doubt. Let's look at the other alternative political leaders of Pakistan. Neoaj Sharif is associated with the Islami fundamentalists along with 'moulana, mufti, peer'. He is quite unable to make the people free from inhuman activities so far going on in Pakistan (often treated as the Acts to serve family prestige). Mosharraf Hossain is another vagabond, who can do anything for his power, whatever harmful it may be he doesn't care. In no way we can expect him to ensure democracy. Last one Imran Khan, often speaks the just, but he lacks of splendid knowledge, backup, dedicated people, perfect motivation.
Taking these things into consideration it can be concluded that the democracy in Pakistan faded away for a long time.