Bhutto’s grandson Zulfiqar calls for peace in Sindh after Bilal Kaka murder
Karachi: Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the grandson of former prime minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) founder, said on Friday dividing Sindhis and Pakhtuns is an ugly project.
The son of Mir Murtaza Bhutto, who is known as Zufiqar junior, said he firmly believes in all human beings’ right to safety.”
“My father survived in exile due to the kindness of many-including Afghans.
In a statement issued on Twitter, he wrote, “I love Sindh, its culture, and dignity. As a child of exile, I firmly believe in all human beings’ right to safety. My father survived in exile due to the kindness of many – including Afghans. We are all brothers, dividing us is an ugly project.”
His statement was an obvious reference to the violence that started from Hyderabad after the murder of a Sindhi youth Bilal Kaka at the hands of a Pakhtun hotel owner.