7 Mysterious Assassination Cases of Famous Pakistanis

Although many people in Pakistan strongly believes in conspiracy theories surrounding world events like 9/11, still there are people who simply get annoyed when someone points out that there is more to the story than meets the eye. Following are 7 mysterious assassination of Famous Pakistanis that are yet to conclude

  1. 1

    Liaquat Ali Khan - 16 October 1951

    Someone fired 2 shots, standing in front of your prime minister. A few seconds later 3rd shot was fired. Several "trained" security personnel's were also present on the scene & what they did? immediately killed the shooter!

    Some newspapers has gone to greater lengths of stupidity by actually publishing a hoax story which claimed some "declassified US documents" accepts that USA was the killer. No one, however, link or produced any such "declassified US documents" so far.

    Contradictory medical records as well as absence of two members of the Cabinet without any known reason are still unanswered!

  2. 2

    Fatima Jinnah - 9 July, 1967

    Nation's mother, Fatima Jinnah, the sister of Pakistan's founder, was not only curbed from expressing her views with freedom but actually got censored on Radio Pakistan.

    As per the then government, she was died due to heart failure however several police witnesses & leaders like Nawabzada Nasrullah hinted that she was actually murdered.

    As per her will, she wanted to buried alongside with her brother Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The sad reality was the fact that the administration was not allowing that until they feared the public pressure will be too much to handle.

  3. 3

    Shahnawaz Bhutto - 21 November, 1958

    Son of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto & Brother of Benazir Bhutto, Shahnawaz Bhutto was found dead in Nice, France. Although there is a detailed background of Shahnawaz Butto's death by veteran Pakistani diplomat, Jamsheed Kaikobad Ardeshir Marker, which claimed that he suicides over a dispute on money with with his elder brother Murtaza Butto However many people still believes that it was not the case.

  4. 4

    Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq - 17 August, 1988

    President and Chief Martial Law Administrator with ABSOLUTE power in Pakistan, Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, was supposed to return to Islamabad in his plane after witnessing a military demonstration in Bahawalpur. There were other 31 high-profile people on the plane including then Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Pakistan, then American Ambassador to Pakistan Arnold Lewis Raphel and General Herbert M. Wassom, then head of the US Military aid mission to Pakistan. The plane took off smoothly but minutes later nosedived and exploded on impact. No black-box of the plane was found and there was no message to control tower from the pilot for any trouble.

    Let me know when you figure it out :)

  5. 5

    Hakim Muhammad Saeed - 17 October, 1998

    One of Pakistan's most prominent medical researcher, scholar & philanthropist, Hakim Muhammad Saeed was murdered on 17 October, 1998. He also served as Governor of Sindh from 1993 until 1996.

    Now for most of the people this comes as surprise because we all know that then Government of Nawaz Sharif put the blame of Hakim Saeed on MQM, a political party in Pakistan having strong hold in urban Sindh. However consider the following events & points and then re-think about it.

    1. Nawaz Sharif, then Prime Minister publicly gave MQM, who was part of government, 3 days to hand them murderers and then dismissed the Sindh Government.
    2. Police arrested 3 workers of MQM which were acquitted by Sindh High Court and then Supreme Court later due to no evidence.
    3. Most of the officials who were part of investigation, accepted that the MQM was not involved in the murder including DG Intelligence Bureau,
    4. Some key police officials, who were involved in the case, concluded that MQM worker Mohammed Amirullah was the murderer and then Anti-terrorism court "speedy justice" convicted him as guilty. There were reports of a coded-message sent to one of then MPA Of Karachi but no agency bother to investigate it.
    5. Witnesses present at the time has entirely different story and they even claimed that the van were checked by the police before the murder on being suspicious.

    At the end of the day, killers of this great asset of Pakistan are still out there and no one has been actually convicted yet.

  6. 6

    Benazir Bhutto - 27 December, 2007

    1. You have been warned by the Pakistan's most powerful person not to come to Pakistan.

    What You Do:
    You not only came back but show your strength when thousands and thousands of people came to welcome you on airport.

    2. Your rally was targeted and a blast occur on one of the most secured roads of Karachi.

    What You Do:
    Announce & Attend even larger gatherings,

    3. Your intelligence sources has given you enough credible evidences to make you publicly announce the name of your possible assassination.

    What You Do:
    Show up in an election campaign rally,

    Meet Pakistan's beloved Benazir Bhutto. Her relation with Pakistan has its ups & down where people blamed her for her brothers death as well as her role in corruption, however majority of these allegations are pointed towards her husband Asif Ali Zardari,

    No matter what your opinion is on Benazir Bhutto politics, everyone was shocked and saddened by her tragic assassination and ever her arch rivals were seeing crying over her death.

  7. 7

    Saleem Shahzad - 31 May, 2011

    Syed Saleem Shahzad was a prominent Pakistani investigative journalist who was kidnapped while on his way to a television interview. Police found his body after two days with heavy bruising to his face and torture signs.

    He was investigation Pakistan Intelligence Agencies connection with Al-Qaida.

    Obama Administration announced at a point that they have conclusive evidence that ISI was involved in murder.

    ISI denied any involvement in the murder.

    American Joint Chief of Staffs, Michael Mullen (Mike Mullen) later said in a statement that the murder was done on Government of Pakistan's behest.

    Judicial commission was formed to investigate the murder and it blamed various state & non-state actors involved in War on Terror.

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