RAWALPINDI - Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gillani has said the PPP would continue the mission of late Benazir Bhutto and her blood would not go waste. The blood of poor workers also would bring a great change in shape of democracy in the country. He said during his visit to the assassination site of PPP late Chairperson Benazir Bhutto at Liaquat Bagh here on Saturday. Besides this, 55th birthday of Benazir Bhutto was celebrated by PPP Rawalpindi chapter as well members of civil society with zeal and fervour at Liaquat Bagh. On the arrival of the prime minister Syed the PPP workers chanted slogans in favour of Benazir Bhutto, PPP founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and PPP Co-Chairman  Asif Ali Zardari. The most echoed slogan, chanted by party activists, was "Aik Zardari, Sub Pay Bhari". Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gillani laid a floral wreath on Benazir Bhutto's assassination site and also offered fateh for the departed soul of victims of Liaquat Bagh incident. A blood camp, by Medicos Aid Society (Rawalpindi Medical College), was also set up and PPP leader Naheed Khan besides a large number of members of civil society donated blood. Foolproof security arrangements, by deputing personnel of law enforcement agencies and barricading all the roads leading to Liaquat Bagh, were made on the arrival of the Prime Minister. The PPP CEC Member Sultan Mehmood Qazi, PPP Rawalpindi President Zumard Khan, Dr Safdar Abbasi, Malik Aamer Fida Paracha, Ahsan Zulfiqar Malik, Sardar Saleem Haider, PPP Leader Naheed Khan and many others were present on the occasion. A Mehfal Na'at and Mushahira, on Friday late night, was also organised by PPP here at Liaquat Bagh in which Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan, PPP leader Makdoom Amin Faheem, noted poet Ahmad Faraz, Na'at Khawan Fasi Uddin and many others took part and also presented poetry and paid homage to Benazir Bhutto. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday visited the Rawalpindi General Hospital (RGH), which has now been named as Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Hospital, to donate blood on the occasion of 55th birth day of PPP's Shaheed leader. He also visited the operation theatre of the RGH where Benazir Bhutto Shaheed breathed her last after she was hit by a bomb and gun attack near Liaquat Bagh. The motorcade of Prime Minister Gilani passed through the normal traffic right from the PM House to RGH and even stopped at red signals on the busy Murree Road, as all types of traffic was going around as usual. "I have come to this hospital, as our Shaheed leader Benazir Bhutto breathed her last here", Prime Minister Gilani told the newsmen after donating blood. Gilani said his gesture of visiting the RGH to donate blood was also to dispel the impression that the Prime Ministers or the people on high offices only visit the United States for treatment. "When I was in prison, I used to visit this hospital here for medical check-up", he added. Prime Minister Gilani said with the naming of Rawalpindi General Hospital as Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Hospital, he has also announced an initial grant of Rs 50 million for the up-gradation of the hospital. He said the federal government in coordination and consultation with the provincial government will take further steps for the improvement of this hospital. The Prime Minister also thanked the nation for donating blood on the occasion of birth anniversary of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, who worked hard for the rights of people and even laid her life. "I have asked the hospital authorities to use my donated blood for the parents or close relatives of those - if they so need - who embraced martyrdom along with Benazir Bhutto," he added.