Islamabad, Jan. 8 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that the UN probe team investigating Benazir Bhutto's murder won't be given access to military officials.
The News quoted Malik as saying that the Pakistan Government has told the UN Commission that the Pak Army has nothing to do with the Benazir assassination case.
Speaking on the military offensive against the Taliban, he said sweeping action would be launched against miscreants in North Waziristan Agency along with South Waziristan Agency.
He also assured that a massive operation against target killings in Karachi is being initiated, adding that action could be taken against the SHO, Intelligence officer and other officials.
Malik added that action would be taken against the culprits of the Ashur blast and also the high-ups found responsible for the incident. (ANI)