On the first death anniversary of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, the government has paid tribute to her by issuing a ten-rupee coin in a limited number. Nobody would deny the fact that her untimely demise is a set back for the PPP but I still don't think it is appropriate for the government to strike her image on a coin, an honour that up till now has singularly belonged to Quaid-e-Azam. The Quaid, it may be noted, is somehow the least controversial politician of our history. Some might say it makes no difference either way. But I think it does. PPP should honour Benazir by founding new roads, schools, universities and hospitals that could be named after her. Naming a few existing roads after her or giving an old airport her name won't do. Nor would be striking coins in her name because that would be mere eyewash. -ABDUL RAUF, Fateh Jang, via e-mail, January 6.