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Shocked at the assassination of former
"It is the most tragic incident in the history of
Asserting that he himself felt very insecure, he said, "Should he (Musharraf) have not given more security?"
"It is tragic not only for the Pakistan Peoples' Party but also for my party," Sharif, himself a former prime minister, said.
Asked whether this incident showed that things were not under control in
now? Had they been in control, would this have happened?"
"Only Musharraf can answer this question," he said, adding, "If Musharraf can spend crores on his own security, could he not spend some amount on the security of Bhutto?"
"We both were struggling for the same cause and we had signed the charter of democracy," Sharif said.
Reacting to Bhutto's assassination, an inconsolable Asma Jehangir, chairperson of the Pakistan Human Rights Commission, blamed the Army for the incident and said, "There is going to be fear and more bloodshed".
Making an appeal to the international community to 'wake up' to the situation in
"Will the world wake up�they are all killing us," she said adding that the government had not provided security to people like her, who have been threatened.
PPP General Secretary Riaz Khan said, "We had anticipated an attack and we had made adequate security arrangements. We even requested the government to provide security".
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