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PML-N warns of reopening East Pakistan case

LAHORE – The PML-N on Thursday warned of reopening the East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) dismemberment case in response to the PPP’s move of reopening the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s case.
PML-N leaders said this while addressing a public meeting organised by the party’s Lahore Cantt chapter to protest against US drone attacks, Raymond Davis’ release and a US pastor’s desecration of the holy Quran. Those who addressed the meeting included Khawaja Saad Rafiq, Pervaiz Rashid, Mian Marghob Ahmed, Khawaja Salman Rafiq, Zaheem Qadri, Yaseen Sohail, Mian Naseer, Ijaz Ahemd and Saba Sadiq.
Sajjad ur Rehman, whose brother Abdul Rehman was crushed to death by a US consulate vehicle, also spoke on the occasion. The PML-N leaders said the government had failed to nab the real assassins of late Benazir Bhutto, and the ZAB reference would be used as shield against such criticism.
“The Hamoodur Rehman Commission report and the role of the political leadership of the time in dismembering of the largest Muslim state would be unveiled in the wake of the reopening of the ZAB case,” they said. Pervaiz Rashid said the Punjab government was neither taken into confidence nor did it have any role in the release of Raymond Davis.
MNA Saad Rafiq demanded a judicial commission to probe into the release of Raymond Davis.

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