Ex-Pakistan president Zardari says party not satisfied with verdict in Bhutto murder case Sep 03, 2017 0 191 12345 DAWN NEWSISLAMABADTHE FORMER president of Pakistan and co-chairman of the PPP, Asif Ali Zardari, told journalists that the party was"not satisfied"with the verdict of the Rawalpindi Ant-Terrorism Court (ATC) in the Benazir Bhutto assassination case. "The judges seem to have been frightened while giving the judgement in the case,"he told local journalists in Nawabshah in a brief statement after Eid prayers.The slain PPP chairperson's spouse said the party's lawyers, after consultations, will challenge the verdict in higher courts and ask judges to revisit the verdict. Earlier, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had said that the"decision is disappointing and unacceptable"and that the party would explore legal options. Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari, the youngest of Benazir's children, said that"we still await justice". In another tweet, she said that there would be no justice until"Pervez Musharraf answers for his crimes".Sharing her sister's sentiments, Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari had also expressed displeasure with the verdict.The ATC had announced its verdict on Thursday, acquitting five Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) suspects and announcing 17-year imprisonment for two police officials. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Sri Lanka's ex-army chief ready to testify against successor Sep 03, 2017 1 955 Food distribution halted as Rakhine violence worsens Sep 03, 2017 0 163 Rohingyas mark Eid after fleeing to Bangladesh Sep 03, 2017 0 167 Pakistan will work to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan: FM DAWN NEWS ISLAMABAD "PAKISTAN'S position on Afghanistan is very clear: we want to see peace and stability in the country,"said Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Saturday in response to Afghan .. Pakistan girl killed in Indian firing on border AFP MUZAFFARABAD A FIVE-YEAR-OLD Pakistani girl was killed on Saturday after she was hit in the head by a bullet fired by Indian troops across the border in disputed Kashmir, officials said. The incident took place in .. Erdogan accuses Myanmar of 'genocide'against Rohingya Ankara, Sept 1, 2017 (AFP) -Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday accused Myanmar of"genocide"against the Rohingya Muslim minority, who have fled in the tens of thousands across the border into Bangladesh .. Humanitarian crisis hits Bangladesh as nearly 60,000 Rohingya flee Myanmar COX'S BAZAR NEARLY 60,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed into Bangladesh from Myanmar since last week, adding pressure on the scarce resources of aid agencies and local communities already helping hundreds of ..