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IN LOVE OF BHUTTO

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Submitted by AAMIR AHSAN KHAN (Pakistan), Oct 22, 2007 at 14:42

Bhutto loved poor and poor loved Bhutto.This relationship is ever lasting.The first leader who legislated labour laws and enforced in Pakistan and nobody could do it till now.This is the reason of his popularity among labours.He tried to unite the Islamic world.The Pakistan is still under developing country because Bhutto is not alive.Bhutto tujhy Salaam!

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