Rawalpindi, Aug 31: In order to remove the ambiguity in the Benazir Bhutto murder case, Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency, in association with other intelligence agencies, is planning to reconstruct the scene of late Pakistan prime minister's assassination.
The Daily Times quoted official sources as saying that a new joint investigation team would reconstruct the crime scene because the original crime scene had not been preserved properly.
They are likely to put together pre- and post-bombing visual clips to draw a sketch of the scene, they added.
Bhutto was killed in Dec 2007 as she left a rally of her Pakistan People's Party (PPP) supporters in Rawalpindi.
A United Nations inquiry into Bhutto's assassination is also going on.