Dictatorial mindset selected rulers plunge country into political crisis: Jam


Sindh Minister Irrigation Jam Khan Shoro has said that the dictatorial mindset selected rulers have plunged the country into the political and constitutional crisises by ignoring the constitution and law of the country.

He said that it was the need of the hour, that political thinking and principles of the democracy that were told by Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto should be followed by the politicians yesterday. This he said on the eve of 43rd death anniversary of the founder of PPP and former Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto while arranging a ceremony at his native village Karan Khan Shoro hereon today.

Jam Khan Shoro said that the Martyr Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto laid the foundation of Pakistan Peoples Party and awakened democratic and political consciousness in the people of the country and Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto rendered precious sacrifices for the rule of law and stability of democracy in the country.

Provincial Minister for Irrigation department Jam Khan Shoro said that fourty three years have been passed to the martyrdom of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto but Bhuttoism is still alive in the hearts of the people. He added that former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto gave us a unanimous constitution of 1973 and strengthened national defense system.

He uttered, today we all have to comeforward for the supremacy of Parliament, observance of the Constitution and law of the country by following the democratic principles laid down by Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.Meanwhile, in the connection of 43rd death anniversary of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Quran Khawani was held at his residence at village Karan Khan Shoro and Dua was also offered for the departed soul.

On this occasion, PPP member of the Provincial Assembly Abdul Jabbar Khan, PPP leaders Zahid Bhurgri, Fayaz Shah and huge number of PPP activists were also present.


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