War writing book on Benazir

SRINAGAR: “First America engineered the killing of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and then its intelligence agency eliminated his daughter Benazir Bhutto, claims a local activist who runs Bhutto Memorial Trust. 

A Joint meeting of Bhutto Memorial Trust (BMT) and People’s Political Party (PPP) was held to commemorate the fifth death anniversary of slain PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto at party headquarters in Rajbagh and the meeting was presided over by Hilal Ahmad War. The PPP and BMT leaders paid rich tribute to the great leader in recognition of her life-long struggle for the stability, integrity and democracy of Pakistan and her contribution for the Kashmir cause.

War said that ‘Benazir Bhutto was killed at the behest of American CIA’. He said there were some black sheep in PPP leadership who hatched conspiracy with American CIA to kill her. He further said that she and her father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto vehemently opposed American policy of making Pakistan a satellite state for its future plans. “First America engineered the killing of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and then its intelligence agency killed  Benazir Bhutto. The assassination of Benazir Bhutto was part of the ploy to create instability in Pakistan in order to the takeover the control of nuclear weapons of Pakistan by United States”, claimed War.

PPP Chief, War, said that he is writing a book entitled ‘The Man Who Assassinated Benazir Bhutto ‘in order to expose the killers of the ‘Daughter of the East’.

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