Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, a committed personality:
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

 

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

 
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto is the most powerful and influential voice of Pakistan’s elite politicians, the poor and the oppressed, which has stirred political consciousness among the general public. The Pakistan People’s Party, which means the party of the people of Pakistan, did not translate the sentiments of the people through this platform into the part of any other politician.
 

Political career 

 
 Individuals like Bhutto are rare, the government of this great leader covers only twelve years in which he has achieved extraordinary honor. He took over the government in the unsettled state of affairs when the nation was divided, but he made Pakistan a stable and strong country in just six years and a revolutionary country in the third world.
 
 He performed his duties with utmost boldness and courage. On September 20, 1971, he rose to the chair. The founder of Pakistan was given the privilege. This chair is called the chair of the greatness of Pakistan and Mr. Bhutto deserves to sit on that chair only on the basis of public support. The government of Prime MinisterBhutto Shaheed ran from December 20, 1971, to July 4, 1977.
 

Government level measures: –

 
He embarked on a journey of national development and in a short period of six years, it reached its peak. Many projects of national development and development started and eventually came to an end. All key institutions of the State were formed within Bhutto’s government. Top of these projects are Pakistan’s nuclear program – Pakistan Steel Mills – Economy revivalٗ Wide network of educational institutions ٗ Medical  colleges  Agricultural reforms Elimination of English address  Protection of workers Awareness of public political awareness and workforce Countries are involved in exports. Under their rule, the state received a united constitution in 1973.
 
 
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto,
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto,
Any politician who came after Bhutto did not work even half a percent. Mr. Bhutto struggled night and day for the development and stability of a non-democratic Pakistan. Therefore, even today the slogan is famous that ‘Bhutto is alive’ and the fact is that Bhutto will always live on in the hearts of the oppressed.