Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has announced a rally on October 16 from Bilawal House to Karsaz to pay glowing tribute to the martyrs of Karsaz bomb attack.
In a video message, released today by the media cell of PPP, Bilawal said that he would be leading a mass rally to honour the people who had lost lives in the incident around nine years ago.
In his message, he also remembered the sacrifices of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA), Bibi Zainab (R.A) and their companions against forces of the evil in connection with the day today, 10th Muharram.
“Muharram reminds us of Karbala and the sacrifice of Imam Hussain (RA), Bibi Zainab (R.A) and his companions. Where ever there is an injustice, there is Karbala,” he said.
Chairman PPP @BBhuttoZardari will lead #SalamShuhdaRally to pay glowing tribute to #KarsazMartyrs on #16Oct2016 from Bilawal House to Karsaz pic.twitter.com/8gqz8Jazvs
— PPP (@MediaCellPPP) October 12, 2016
Bilawal maintained PPP had always struggled politically for democracy and against injustice.
“As a result, our leaders Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Shahnawaz Bhutto, Murtaza Bhutto, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and hundreds of leaders were martyred.”
Bilawal called October 18, 2007, the ‘darkest incident’ in the history of world politics.
At least 180 people, mostly PPP workers were killed and dozens injured when former prime minister and his mother Benazir Bhutto’s rally was rocked by a powerful bomb near Karsaz Karachi on October 18, 2007.
Benazir Bhutto fled to Dubai a few days after the attack but she had to return back after the then President Pervez Musharraf imposed emergency in the country.
Around two months after the blasts, she was assassinated and a legal case is ongoing.
Poor Bilawal; his father is turning him into a clown. You can’t be Imran Khan. Think of some thing original.
Yes. Balawal Zardari is a unfamiliar boy. He doesn’t know the diplomacy to proceed in the matter. Imran Khan is a seasoned politician and knows better than you. I advise you to kindly respond to IK call of Islamabad.
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