Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, after having a thorough briefing on the investigation into the assassination of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, said on Sunday the premature release of the entire investigation report could legally sabotage the case currently in progress. Addressing the Central Executive Committee of PPP here, Bilawal said, “the premature release of the entire investigation report could legally sabotage the case currently in progress. It could also allow the conspirators – who may not be confined to our borders – to permanently deprive the people of Pakistan and the citizens of the world of the truth they deserve.”
He advised the members of the CEC to appoint a limited number of its most senior members to have a full and complete briefing of the entire investigation report.
Bilawal said, “Given the complexities of this conspiracy, this committee of senior members can advise us on how to proceed with the publication of the report. It will decide what information can responsibly be released to satisfy the desire of our supporters for information.
“While also ensuring we do not hamper the legal proceedings already in progress in our national courts. We cannot allow those that conspired to rid the world of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto to sabotage our desire for justice and our search for the truth,” he added.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said there is a need to proceed with caution on the report as his mother assassination’s circumstances are far more complicated.