Two officials of a United Nations technical assessment team have visited the spot in the Pakistani garrison city of Rawalpindi, where former premier Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in December 2007. Police officials said the UN officials went to the site at Liaquat Bagh yesterday, to assess security arrangements in the area ahead of a visit by members of the UN commission that will investigate Bhutto's killing. The commission is due to arrive in Pakistan soon. Media was not allowed coverage on this occasion. The UN officials took snaps of the site of incident and made sketches and also examined that stage, where Benazir Bhutto had delivered last speech of her life. After inspection of the site of Benazirs martyrdom, Islamabad high police officials gave briefing to the UN team More than 15 vans of the anti-terrorist squad, Islamabad police and other security agencies accompanied the UN officials during their visit. Bhutto was assassinated on December 27, 2007 soon after she addressed an election rally.