| GEO Pakistan|
| Afghanistan to share info about BB assassination|
| Updated at: 2311 PST, Wednesday, April 07, 2010|
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik said Wednesday Pakistan had asked the United Nations to delay a report into the killing of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto so that input from Afghanistan, the United States and Saudi Arabia could be included.
Bowing to Islamabad's request, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on March 30 delayed until mid-April the release of the sensitive report by the three-member panel into the assassination of former prime minister.
Interior Minister told reporters Wednesday that the Pakistani people "want a proper report substantiated by facts."
"I have requested that the commission should seek input from former US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Saudi Arabia, and include it in its report," Malik added.
He did not elaborate further on what information he wanted to be included.
"The UN has informed me that they expect the information would be available to them and the good thing is that president Karzai's office has confirmed that information will be provided," he added.