KARACHI - After lapse of three years of the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, her cellphones lost in Rawalpindi, was recovered from the Bilawal House here on Thursday. According to the reports, two BlackBerry cellphones of the slain PPP leader were recovered from a staffer of the Bilawal House and later handed over to the investigators. Spokesman Bilawal House Ejaz Durrani, when contacted, disclosed that the mobiles phones were recovered by Razzaq Mirani, which were later handed over to the FIA for further investigations. He said when the PPP worker found cellphones, he immediately delivered them to FIA, which proved that the Pakistan Peoples Party and President Asif Ali Zardari wanted arrest of the killers of Benazir. City police officials denied any police action and said that the federal agencies were investigating the case. The source said the cellphones could be helpful in capturing the real killers and plotters of her murder.