Rawalpindi, Aug 9 : The bulletproof vehicle of former premier Benazir Bhutto has been parked in a careless fashion at the Police Headquarters at the risk of destruction of this vital evidence for investigation into her assassination.
Bhutto's vehicle was parked under a tin shed, covered with tents in place of walls, the Daily Times reported.
The vehicle was directly exposed to harsh weather; monsoon rains dripping into it from sunroof and rusting its body.
As a result, it is in such a condition that the United Nation investigators will be able to find little evidence from it, if and when they come.
This is the vehicle that saved PPP leaders Amin Faheem, Sherry Rehman, Naheed Khan.
Bhutto was shot and driven to the Rawalpindi General Hospital (RGH) on the same vehicle, where she died on December 27, 2007.
Bhutto's blood spots are fading with each passing day and the sunroof through which she rose her head to waive to the supporters the last time is still open.
A senior police officer, requesting anonymity, said a policeman guarded the vehicle day and night.
He urged the government to take notice of the vehicle and save this evidence from being destroyed by harsh weather.