Karachi blasts were meant to assassinate me: Benazir

November 14th, 2007 - 2:43 am ICT by admin  
Bhutto said that she knew about the threat to her life and after Karachi bomb blasts the threat has become explicitly clear, but she was not afraid of it.

“I did not regret coming back. My struggle has been for a cause and would continue,” she added.

Bhutto reiterated that the streetlights were deliberately shutdown during her rally. Benazir said how could a suicide bomber attach 15-kilogram explosives with his body.

She during her interview to an Indian TV channel especially thanked Rahul Gandhi for his condolences after the blasts and also discussed security tips with her.

Replying a question, Bhutto said she would soon visit Lahore, Larkana and Islamabad.

Terrorists could not retain her away from the people neither they can take them hostage, she said.

Bhutto said she was struggling for restoration of real democracy and peoples’ rights in Pakistan.

“I believe in peaceful political struggle like Quaid-e-Azam and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who were believers of the philosophy of non-violence and democracy,” The News quoted her, as saying. (ANI)

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