Sanam said that she is not interested in knowing the identity of her sister's murderers, as that will not bring her sister back. The issue to catch Benazir's killers had become irrelevant for her, but it would be in everyone's interest if the UN or another independent body investigated the murder, Sanam told Geo News.
"I don't care who killed my sister because that will not bring my sister back," she added. Sanam regretted that she could not help her sister, adding that Benazir had always been her own boss, had had some extraordinary achievements, and always kept her word.
She said Benazir always kept the family united but after her nothing would remain the same. Sanam said that she had been shopping in London when she was informed that Benazir's rally had been bombed. Sanam hoped the circumstances would change in Pakistan when her nephew Bilawal Bhutto Zardari takes charge of the PPP.
She said she wanted Bilawal to complete his studies before entering politics, adding that her father and sister had sacrificed a lot for Pakistan and those sacrifices would never be forgotten.