CHAKWAL Federal Minister for Law Babar Awan said on Saturday that the UN Commission report on Benazir Bhutto murder is very comprehensive and some new startling discoveries have been revealed it.
However, the government would adopt its strategy after examining the report minutely and certain reservations on it from different circles are premature.
Talking to media after attending a reception hosted by District Bar Association Chakwal in his honor here, Babar said that the killer of Benazir would not be spared and the UN report would assist the government in finding the real facts.
About the 18th amendment, the Minister was of the view that all the 'dictatorial clauses of the military rulers have been eliminated from the Constitution.
He further said that PPP believes in freedom of the press and no law meant to curb the media would be made during the PPP govt.
Responding to another question, Babar said that two years have passed by working with PML-N and other allies and nothing serious would happen in the remaining three years of the govt tenure.
He said that the Prime Minister himself has taken a serious notice of electricity loadshedding and a committee in this regard have been constituted.
Earlier, Babar was warmly by District Bar Chakwal President Haroon Irshad Janjua, Secretary General Zaigham Abbas and other members of the Bar.

This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 18-Apr-2010 here.