LARKANA The second death anniversary of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto was observed with simplicity at Garhi Khuda Bux Bhutto on Sunday, where thousands of mourners flocked at her mausoleum to pay tribute to their leader. President Asif Zardari along with his children Bilawal Bhutto, Asifa and Bakhtawar visited the mausoleum of Benazir Bhutto, laid floral wreath and offered fateha. Caravans of PPP workers led by their leaders from all across the country reached the Garhi Khuda Bux to pay tribute to their brave leader. Quran Khuwani was also held at 11 am in front of the mausoleum. AFP adds: More than 5,000 loyalists flocked to the tomb of the former prime minister, mourning the second anniversary of her assassination and demanding her killers be brought to justice. People from across the country converged on the grave under tight security, wailing in grief but also complaining about the government. The crowd of men, women and children cried, beat their chests, recited the Holy Quran and chanted slogans demanding that the government arrest Benazirs killers, said an AFP reporter. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani showered her grave with rose petals and prayed with cabinet ministers, before paying respects at the tomb of Benazirs father, former premier Zulfikar Ali Bhutto executed in 1979. Sundays turnout was meagre compared to the hundreds of thousands who flocked to the grave on the first anniversary of her death. Hundreds of police and paramilitary troops enforced strict security, initially barring the masses from visiting the grave until after Gilanis visit, said an AFP correspondent. We have intensified our security to protect people from any law and order situation, said senior police official Zulfiqar Tunio. But there were complaints from ordinary mourners who took swipe at Zardaris government. The rulers have made Benazir a leader of the rich and she is no longer a leader of the poor as she was during her life, said Raheeman Bibi, 65. We have come here to visit our leaders grave but they are only allowing the rich and not the poor people like us, she added. The government of our own party is preventing us from visiting her grave, which clearly shows they are fearing for their life, said Ghulam Shabbir, 55, carrying a party flag and a large framed photograph of Benazir. When the gates were later opened, mourners poured in taking flowers and some picked up petals from the grave as a souvenir. I took some petals from Bibis grave because they are blessed, said Aamna Abro, using Benazirs nickname. Ill give them to my ailing mother. I believe theyll cure her, added Abro, who had travelled about 100 kilometres to make the visit.