Bilawal... or Bakhtawar?

Ppi August 05, 2010

KARACHI: Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari has decided to start practical politics in Pakistan very soon.

“Bakhtawar’s decision to enter into the politics of the country is a laudable act, which will bring a new socio-economic development for the democracy loving people, particularly women," Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister Sharmila Farooqui said in a statement issued from her office on Thursday.

Farooqui said that Bakhtawar, by following the philosophy and wisdom of her mother Benazir Bhutto, would become the beacon of light for the downtrodden women and would struggle to ensure them a high status in society. Farooqui said that she will work parallel to the PPP government for the welfare of the people.

“Bakhtawar will revive her mother’s commitment and struggle for providing justice, freedom, social rights to the people besides raising the flag of her mother’s mission," the advisor said.

Farooqui said "the time is not far when the daughter of a great mother Benazir Bhutto will rule the hearts of the Pakistani people by following her mother’s struggle to provide rights to the down-trodden people, strengthen democracy and lead the country towards real progress.”

Farooqui said PPP Women Wing Pakistan Chairperson Faryal Talpur is also committed to address the grievances of Pakistani women. “Ms Faryal has removed the sense of deprivation among Pakistani women by raising awareness among them about their rights and ending social injustice against them,” the advisor said.

"Faryal Talpur is struggling for provision of education to women besides playing a good role for combating violence against them. She is struggling to serve the women and is also following the footsteps of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed in the real manner," Farooqui concluded.


AR | 11 years ago | Reply No more democracy please!! I am sick and tired of this...looking at the way in which the country has gone to dogs, I wouldn;t be surprised at martial law
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