Bilawal Bhutto faces death threats: Sindh govt

Sindh Home Department says Bilawal could be attacked by outlawed terrorist group Jundullah


Noman Ahmed/web Desk October 14, 2014

KARACHI: Ordering an increase in the security of PPP patron-in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the Sindh government on Tuesday said the Bhutto scion faces serious death threats, Express News reported. 

Sindh Home Department said that Bilawal could be attacked by outlawed terrorist group Jundullah at any given time.

Bilawal is due to address a rally on October 18 at Mazar-e-Quaid which will also mark the seventh anniversary of the day former prime minister Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan and a bomb blast on her caravan near Karsaz left more that 200 people dead.

Preparations for the jalsa are fully underway and strict security measures are enforced for Bilawal's protection.

A copy of the letter issued by the Sindh Home Department can be viewed here:

COMMENTS (15)

MJ | 7 years ago | Reply

Someone (while playing cricket) said "mein chakka maroon ga". PPP workers thought that it was a death threat given to Bilawal. Just a simple case of misunderstanding ;-)

jay | 7 years ago | Reply

@Vendetta:

'the loot and plunder from Karachi need to be stopped .'

I agree man. The Karachi loot and plunder REALLY has to stop. I intended to share my sacrificial hide with the Edhi Foundation, but the goons actually snatched it from my hands.

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