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Zulficar the sword

Reader comment on item: Zulfi Bhutto of Pakistan: His Life and Times
in response to reader comment: HAMARI AAN HAMARI JAAN AND HAMARA VOTE FOR ONLY ZULFIQAR ALI BHOTTO AND PPPP.

Submitted by Muddasar Khalid (United Kingdom), Apr 4, 2007 at 21:35

Zulfiqar truly he was the greatest leader that Pakistan had. He is irrepressible. But what he left has lived on even after his death, the state has grown on the laws he wrote. It is a shame that I and many others like us could not see him. He was a man who was not afraid of what would become of him he was only worried of what would become of his country. His early life he struggled he kept himself hungry for education he moved continent to continent, to increase, become a great man and inevitably a great leader. He did not sit about he was an active leader who had the great ability to communicate with the people, and his role as a foreign minister created ties with countries that have never broken. His inspiration to the people of Pakistan was that he gave them the power of speech he gave them their tongue, but Zia the traitor took this away.

Under pressure he seem to be more dangerous, at one point India put pressure on Mr Zulciqar and it seem that India being a much more bigger and powerful country held Pakistan in a stronghold, but it was the opposite Mr Zulficar fell on India like on ocean. All the technological advances that Pakistan has were the effect of Mr Zulfiqar only because of his indigenous design that he left for Pakistan. He can never be wiped off from the chapters of history because he lives on.

Zulfiqar never met defeat and this shows what kind of character he had. Zulficar is the sword which won many victories and it has never met a defeat.

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