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A MAN WHO DREW LINE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL.

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

Submitted by Hussain Mehdi (China), Oct 19, 2005 at 07:56

Why We Love And Respect Zulfiqar Ali Because:

- A- he decided to die but not ran away, B- he insisted a nuclear Pakistan at extreme cost if he was after chair he would not have decided to go with, which endangered his chair, C- Most of Pakistani Defence industry constructed in his period, D- he gave a gift of Pakistan Steel to people, E- He awakened the people to stand up and regard and maintain self respect, when people are respected then pakistan is respected, F- his govt. took honor and prepared the constitution 1973 passed in the parliament unanimously. G- he started real freindship with China since he was Foreign Minister, H- he started an era of independent foreign policy, I- he set higher prices for agriculture products to benefit farmers and pakistan as well, and enacted tax relief for the poorest agriculture workers and placed ceilings on land owner ship, J- he inaugurated karachi nuclear power plant in 1972, K- Kahuta facility was also installed in his era, L- The Senate of pakistan was created in his era, M- The council of common interst for each province was established in his era, N- Labour Laws passed to ensure the future of labour, O- Several new posts were created in Pakistan Army to increase combat ability, P- prices were very much lower during his period as compared to the dollar price,

Please just tell me one person who has ever done such job for people of pakistan, I am sure there is no one else. And by the way please tell me that who were the enemies of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto? I dont want to mention any Kassengers or Yazeeds, When Bhutto began his testimony on January 25, 1978, Chief Justice Maulvi Mustaq closed the courtroom to all observers, and in Supreme Court the Chief Justice S. Anwarul Haq presided over the trial, despite being close to Zia, even serving as Acting President when Zia was out of the country. Bhutto's lawyers managed to secure Bhutto the right to conduct his own defense .

On December 18, 1978, Bhutto made his appearance in public before a packed courtroom in Rawalpindi. By this time he had been on death row for 9 months and had gone without fresh water for the previous 25 days. He addressed the court for four days, speaking without notes. On February 6, 1979, the Supreme Court issued its verdict, "Guilty", a decision reached by a bare 4-to-3 majority. The Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was hanged on 4th April 1979. I love Bhutto because i hate dark justice, because i hate murderers, because i hate black sheeps, because, because, because.
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