Bakhtawar arrives to help flood victims

Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari has come to Pakistan to ensure the provision of relief goods to flood affectees.

August 09, 2010

KARACHI: Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, an international observer and the daughter of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto has come to Pakistan only to ensure provision of relief aid to the people of flood-hit areas in Pakistan.

This was informed by PPP Women Wing Sindh's Information Secretary and Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh Sharmila Farooqui in a statement issued here on Sunday.

Some meetings of PPP Women Wing attended by Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari in the country were only aimed at providing all possible help to the flood affectees across the country Farooqui said.

She  informed the media that Bakhtawar has said that PPP Women Wing under the leadership of Faryal Talpur is serving people, including women and children in a better way.

"Bakhtawar has also asked PPP Women Wing leaders to visit flood-hit areas across the country regularly and ensure all possible help to them for their rehabilitation," the advisor further informed.

Bakhtawar said," a large number of women and children are affected by floods in the country, so joint efforts should be made to rehabilitate them with immediate effect."


Liaquat Ali | 12 years ago | Reply Each tragedy is the political positioning opportunity for these people. Sad still is unflinching support of their "educated" serfs.
mussarat hussain | 12 years ago | Reply Sorry to say the Title " International Observer" has dwarfed stature of Bakhtwar. In my opinion being daughter of Shaheed Ms. Benazir Bhutto is more than enough for Bakhtawar. Titles like "Roaming Ambassador", "International Observer", "International Watchdog" only fit people having no family background. She comes from the lineage of Sir, Shahnawaz Bhutto, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and above all Ms. Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, the family known globally in political landscape (from her mother's side), let's be honest and true. Mussarat Hussain journalist Washington DC
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