RAWALPINDI (APP/ONLINE) - The United Nations fact-finding team visited the Benazir Bhutto Hospital on Monday where the slain chairperson of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) took her last breath. The UN team inquired the concerned hospital personnel and paramedics involved in the treatment of former premier and acquired details about her medication, check up and the wounds she received in the attack on December 27, 2007. Dr Musaddaq Hussain gave a detailed briefing to the team, which lasted for more than two hours. The UN team also examined the test reports and saw the pictures taken by the hospital staff. They asked various questions separately to the paramedical staff performing duty on that day. The team also visited the operation theatre and treatment room, besides the site where doctors formally announced the death of late premier Benazir Bhutto. Earlier, the UN team also visited the site of the incident at Liaquat Bagh and checked the vehicle and the stage from where Benazir Bhutto addressed the people. Strict security arrangements were taken on the occasion. The police and security staff on duty on December 27, 2007 have already been questioned. The seven-member team that arrived in Islamabad last week is holding meetings and collecting documents in order to determine the facts and circumstances of Bhuttos assassination. During its stay in Pakistan, the team would convene Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan, Federal Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Naheed Khan, Safdar Abbasi, former DPO Rawalpindi Saud Aziz and other people who were closely associated with martyred leader for questioning. The team can also question former president Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf in London as well. It may be recalled that Rehman Malik was the chief protocol officer of Benazir Bhutto before her death. Meanwhile, in a brief chat with media men, Dr Musaddaq Hussain said he briefed the investigation team about the medication administered to Benazir Bhutto in the hospital. Concerned hospital personnel and paramedics involved in the treatment of former prime minister were also present on the occasion, he said. The UN investigation team was told that post-mortem of Benazir Bhutto was not carried out on the request of her husband Asif Ali Zardari, he said. The UN commission, which began its work on July 1, will submit a report to Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon within six months. Ban will then share the report with the Government of Pakistan and submit the same to the Security Council for information.