Bakhtawar advised not to visit flood-hit areas

Bakhtawar Bhutto, wanted to visit flood-hit areas in Sindh but has been advised against it due to security fears.


Aijaz Shaikh September 07, 2010

KARACHI: The president’s daughter, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, wanted to visit flood-affected areas in Sindh but has been advised by party workers against it due to security fears.

This information was disclosed by federal minister Shagufta Jumani, in a press briefing after a seminar by Save the Flood Victims at Bilawal House on Monday. Bakhtawar presided over the event.

Participants at the meeting discussed the condition of flood survivors in Sindh and rehabilitation efforts being undertaken. Others present included Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Sindh general secretary Taj Haider and PPP women’s wing president MNA Faryal Talpur.

Jumani said that they had focused on the condition of pregnant women and children living in relief camps and how they can be helped. Bakhtawar had stressed that flood survivors must be given all possible help. Members of the PPP youth wing will provide relief goods to people in relief camps as well as those camped out on the roads, she added.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 7th, 2010.

COMMENTS (15)

Asra | 10 years ago | Reply Perhaps if Daddy Dearest had been here to show solidarity with his suffering countrymen instead of waltzing off to Europe and lounging around his palatial French chateau when millions of poor Pakistanis were losing their entire worldly possession to the floods, there wouldn't have been such a security threat to Bakhtawar.
Rahim shah | 11 years ago | Reply Do you gentlemen think this is pakistan jinnah died for.
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