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The book falls short. Certain incidents about how Benazir and her xin were treated by jail authorities is shocking and reflects an attitude of vindictiveness.

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Do You Like This Story? Even sections of the Indian press had reproduced much of it.

Kzy fact, most of these details had already appeared in the Pakistani press in bits and pieces. His bands were placed behind his back and he was handcuffed again. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments.

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Now share the story Too bad. One specific instance is when Benazir was stopped from taking a birthday cake to her father’s cell.


Still, Colonel Rafi’s account is poignant and moving. But the book disappoints, failing to shed any new light either on Bhutto’s security in Rawalpindi jail or about his state of mind during those last tense days.

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Bhutto Ke Aakhri 323 Din By Rafi-ud-Din

But he provides no new insight into the Bhutto murder case which eventually led to the former prime minister’s hanging.

Soon he was handcuffed.

Two warders lifted him from his arms while the two other lifted his legs. His shirt was crushed under the warders’ shoes.

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A warder helped him to stand on a wooden plank. Meanwhile, hangman Tara Masih covered his face with a mask.

3233 warders lifted the strecher and brought him where he had to be hanged. More in the manner of a bureaucrat, the colonel sticks to what he had observed as the security in-charge. The only new aspect which emerges is that General Zia-ul-Haq, in league with the Pakistani Army establishment, had decided to deliberately humiliate the Bhuttos.


Rafi’s first-hand narrative was expected to be revelatory in many ways. While he was being taken out of the cell, his waist was almost touching the ground. A few moments later I moved close to his body which was shaking with the jerk but I could feel that he was already dead. Excerpt The jail superintendent ordered four warders to lift Bhutto.

True, Rafi gives a very detailed account of the security arrangements, of Bhutto’s visitors, and how many times his wife Nusrat or daughter Benazir met him.