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Great Bhutto

Reader comment on item: Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan: His Life and Times

Submitted by zafar kamal (Saudi Arabia), Aug 8, 2007 at 13:18

What a leader he was! but alas! he was snatched from his people by the same hypocrites who long ago snatched Hazrat imam hussian RAW for fighting for the truth. Such people are born rarely, who will forget his capabilities as an extempore speaker,as an writter,as an diplomat,as an leader and above all as lover of poor. On the day of his matrydom his opponents called him as an culprit but same are now calling him as an innocent.

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