Governor Sindh arrives at late Mumtaz Bhutto's residence for condolence

By: News Desk
Published: 10:48 PM, 18 Jul, 2021
Governor Sindh arrives at late Mumtaz Bhutto's residence for condolence
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Governor Sindh Imran Ismail has said that late Mumtaz Ali Bhutto was an honest politician and his services for Sindh will be remembered forever, reported 24News HD TV channel on Sunday. 

Talking to media outside the residence of late Mumtaz Bhutto after condolence, the governor said that he was deeply saddened by the death of the veteran politician. We do not get benefitted from the experience of the senior politicians when they are alive, he said, adding that he regretted that he could not spend enough time with later Bhutto. He said they were with the bereaved family in this difficult time. 

Mumtaz Bhutto breathed his last in Karachi on Sunday after a protracted illness. He was 88.

Mumtaz Bhutto’s body will be shifted from Karachi to Larkana for burial early in the morning on Monday.

He was a cousin and close aide of PPP founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who later parted ways with the PPP to form his own party the Sindh National Front (SNF) in 1989. He has served as both chief minister and governor of Sindh.

He was also the Federal Minister for Railway Communications and Shipping Corporation. 

Prior to the 2013 general elections, Bhutto had merged his party with PML-N and contested the elections under the latter's banner. Soon after, however, he developed differences with the PML-N and in 2017, joined the PTI.