Faislabad, May 10 (ANI): Pakistan People's Party (PPP) General Secretary Jehangir Badar has challenged former President General Pervez Musharraf to face the probe being conducted into former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's assassination if he wants to comeback in country's politics, saying the party is not scared by his 'one last bullet in pistol.'
Interacting with media persons here, Badar backed the UN commission's report over Bhutto's murder, saying Musharraf was directly responsible for her assassination.
"We are not going to be scared no matter how many bullets does Musharraf have in his pistol," he said while referring to Musharraf's remark that he has one final bullet in his pistol which he will use for his defence in the murder case.
It is pertinent to mention here that Musharraf had outrightly rejected the UN commission's report, saying it contained no new information.
The UN enquiry commission's report had blamed the then Musharraf government of 'deliberately' failing to probe the 27 December 2007 suicide attack on Bhutto, saying the tragedy could have been averted if adequate security arrangements would have been made.
"The Musharraf government failed to provide foolproof security to Ms. Bhutto which ultimately allowed a lethal assault on her. The security breach left wide-open room for an attack to happen," the report said in its opening remarks. (ANI)