Haleem asks Bilawal to reveal names of BB’s killers

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Haleem Adil Sheikh, the Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly, has asked PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to reveal the names of the killers and beneficiaries of the assassination of his great slain mother Benazir Bhutto.

Sheikh speaking to the media persons during the news conference within the premises of Sindh Assembly on Monday along with other PTI lawmakers said that he had all sympathies with MrZardari over the brutal killing of his mother and said that he was also in deep grief and shock over her killing when her birthday was celebrated.

Sheikh said Ms Bhutto was of the leader of high caliber adding he asked Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to seek explanation from his father and his uncles that why they had not taken any interest to trace out the real killers of Ms Bhutto.

He said that top PPP leadership including Asif Ali Zardari, Yousaf Raza Gilani, Raja PerveszAsharraf and others came into power after the elections in 2008.

never bothered to make concreted and sincere efforts to expose the hands, who were involved in her assassination.

Commenting on the recent statement of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on the banditry on the resources and the due shares of Sindh, Sheikh said that  the corrupt rulers of Sindh had been committing the massive corruption and depriving the people of the province of the basic rights.

“Who has denied the healthcare facilities in Larkana and who had deprived people of Tharparkar of safe drinking water by committing the huge malpractices in the installation of RO plants” he questioned and asked Bilawal to take the responsibility of the mess, the PPP rulers had created in the whole province during past 13 years.

He said that Bilawal during the birthday celebration of Ms Bhutto should have tendered the apology for doing nothing for the people, who had given great sacrifices for the party and voted the PPP leaders to power many times.

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