KARACHI: Sindh is not a Bombay Bakery, said the former chairperson of Sindh National Front and member of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Mumtaz Bhutto. “The people who want to divide the province are living in a fool’s paradise.”
On Sunday, Bhutto received a visit from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Raees Haji Mahrab Khan Bikak, where he announced that he was joining the PML-N.
Bikik invited Bhutto to visit Gul Bahar and speak at a public meeting where more PPP leaders and workers would pledge allegiance to PML-N. “The government wants to divide Sindh,” said Bhutto. “They are using the Sindh card.
They are the enemies of Sindh.” He added that the Sindhis would protect their motherland.
Bhutto is scheduled to leave for Badin, Tharparkar and Mirpurkhas to attended rallies and party meetings.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 21st, 2012.
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v r with pml n
@Logic Europe: if someone joins PML(N) he is sinking and if someone Join PTI he is star... what a logic....
Peole,who are sure they will not get a PPP ticket will leave and join a sinking ship like PMLN may be they should join a rising star like IK
Allaho Akbar. All praised be to God.