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Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr Said Sindh Belong To The People, Not His Family

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr Said Sindh Belongs To The People, Not His Family

Bhutto Jr. asserts: Sindh belongs to the people, not our the family.

Politicians, attorneys, and human rights activists participated in the Sindh Moorat March, which took place at Karachi’s Frere Hall on Sunday as a component of a worldwide march being observed by trans people. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr., an artist, won admiration for telling people not to cheer for his family.

During the protest, hundreds of people chanted and carried banners advocating for the rights of the transgender community. An organizer of the protest march, Shehzadi Rai, told that the passage of the trans rights bill was the march’s primary objective. “To express our support for Iranian women, we have adopted the phrase ‘Zan, Zindagi and Azad’ (woman, life, and free) this year,” she said.

Accordingly, Zulfiqar said, Forget ‘long live Bhutto,’ long live the people, long live the transgender community, and love lives women,” Zulfikar said as someone started screaming “Jeay Bhutto.” He then made his way to the front of the stage.

Sindh belongs to the people, according to Zulfikar, the late Murtaza Bhutto’s sole son and the only living descendant of former Pakistani leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Yours is Sindh.

You are the rightful owners of it, not my family, he assured the throng. “Khwajasira is the heirs of Sindh; you are the heirs of Sindh. You guys are the heirs of Sindh, although I am my grandfather’s lone descendant.

He was referred to as “a true human being” and a “pure soul” by a Twitter user.

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr Said Sindh Belongs To The People, Not His Family

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