Manan Mandokhail: 

QUETTA: The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in Balochistan has fervently called for the recognition of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the founder of the party and former Prime Minister of Pakistan, as a national hero. Mir Changaiz Jamali, Mir Sadiq Umrani, Ali Madad Jattak, and other prominent figures of the PPP made this impassioned plea during a press conference. Their demand follows the recent landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of Pakistan, which declared the execution of Z.A. Bhutto as a judicial murder.

Z A Bhutto Deserves The Status Of National Hero

Emphasizing Bhutto’s immense contributions to the nation, the PPP leaders underscored the need to honor his legacy and acknowledge his pivotal role in shaping Pakistan’s political landscape. They highlighted Bhutto’s unwavering commitment to democracy, social justice, and the empowerment of the common people.

“Z A Bhutto deserves the status of the national hero”, Mir Changaiz Jamali mentioned. He said the party has always stood by democracy and democratic institutions in the country.

PPP Always Stood By Democracy

The call for granting national hero status to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto reflects not only a tribute to his enduring legacy but also a symbolic gesture toward rectifying historical injustices. The PPP leaders expressed hope that such recognition would serve as a testament to Bhutto’s indelible imprint on Pakistan’s history and inspire future generations to uphold his principles of equality and democracy.

“PPP deserves justice too”, Mir Sadiq Umrani, an old jiala of the party said. He said the party workers spent precious days of life behind bars for the supremacy of the constitution and rule of law in the country.

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