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He said the PPP wanted to reopen the case of judicial murder of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and added that lawyers in the party should make a team for the purpose.
But Western Governments apparently do not wish to act in such a way now, even given Abuja's penchant for judicial murder.
The state can't be trusted to inflict judicial murder, no matter how heinous the crime.
6 ( ANI ): Sindh Assembly Speaker Nisar Ahmed Khuhro has said Pakistan's Chief Justice should term the judicial murder of Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) founder leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto as a 'great mistake of the history'.
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Addressing a public gathering here, Gillani also pointed out that PPP leadership sacrificed their lives for the rights of the masses adding that martyrdom of Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto was judicial murder and the government will also consult with the court to probe that judicial murder and bring the elements of BB's death to their end.
The assembly passed a resolution moved by PPP chief minister-designate Qaim Ali Shah, recommending to the federal government to declare the 1979 hanging of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto a judicial murder and to tender an apology to the nation.
A resolution against the extra judicial murder of MQM workers was also passed in the Sindh Assembly.
The MQM is observing a day of mourning across Sindh on Friday against the extra judicial murder of party workers.
In a statement, the minister said even after passing of 42 years to the events of 1971, executing Abdul Qadir Mullah is very unfortunate and tragic step and some circles are declaring it a judicial murder.
Asghar was one of the top leaders at the centre of a mass movement that culminated in what the PPP terms the judicial murder of its first leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1979.
They put down rebellions, fought pretenders and resorted to judicial murder to get rid of opponents including even the aged Countess of Salisbury.