Benazir demands Pak IB chief’s removalNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:30 am ICT by admin
Benazir’s husband Asif Ali Zardari told Geo TV that the Pakistan Government is responsible for the bomb blasts and ruled out an extremist hand in the blasts.
The PPP was a democratic party and was not a threat to jihadi elements; the Daily Times quoted him, as saying.
He went on to say that he knew some people sitting in the government who could possibly be behind these blasts.
Refusing to disclose the names of the ministers responsible for these blasts, Zardari said, “Only Benazir would reveal these names”.
At least 138 people, including 20 policemen were reportedly killed in these blasts and several others were injured. (ANI)
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