The 33rd death anniversary of former Prime Minister and founder of PPP Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto is being observed with reverence and passion at Garhi Khuda Baksh today (Wednesday). Convoys and rallies of the PPP workers from all over the country have reached Garhi Khuda Baksh. The PPP expects that tens of thousands of party workers and loyalists to the Bhuttos would pay their respect to their leaders at the mausoleum of the Bhuttos. On the occasion, 6,000 policemen and 1,000 Rangers personnel, women police, traffic police along with bomb disposal squad and commandos have reached Garhi Khuda Bux. Several reception camps have also been established and welcome camps have been set up at Larkana and different roots, corners towards Garhi Khuda Bux and Naudero to accommodate the leaders and workers from all the four provinces, AJK and Gilgit Baltistan. PPP sources said the occasion would provide an opportunity to the workers to renew commitment to continue Z.A. Bhutto’s mission and uphold the banner of democracy. On the eve of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s 33rd death anniversary, the PPP Human Rights Cell has termed his trial unfair, and his execution a judicial murder. The Central Coordinator Dr Nafisa Shah, Secretary General Sheikh Mansur, and members Shahjahan Sarfaraz, Rubina Qaimkhani, Dr Zile Huma and Shazia Tehmas have hailed President Asif Ali Zardari’s decision to send the reference under Article 189 to the Supreme Court of Pakistan. “Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto had planned to approach the courts for vindication of the great democratic leader, and by doing so, the President has not only followed her footsteps but also the responded to the will of the people of Pakistan,” they agreed. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto gave the people of this country rights, in the form of the Constitution of 1973. But he was denied his fundamental right of a fair trail. “It was a glaring case of an unfair trial, where at every step, justice was denied,” said the Central Coordinator Dr Nafisa Shah.