Thursday, June 30, 2011

hai sab pe bhari asif zardari ppp

Bhutto Di Beti- Tribute To Benazir Bhutto on 3rd Death Anniversary

Sunday, June 26, 2011

18 october guards

Documentary: Pinki se Benazir tak..

Tribute to Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed

Benazir Bhutto with her Kids

zinda hay bhutto zinda hai.

We are Sorry Mr. Vutto

Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's Speech's Part 5

Speeches by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto(Part 4)

Speeches by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto(Part 3)

Speeches by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto(Part 2)

Speeches by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto(Part 1)


Benazir Bhutto Returning To Pakistan in 1986 - Part 2

Benazir Bhutto Returning To Pakistan in 1986 - Part 1

BENAZIR BHUTTO ( 1986 revolution of Pakistan.) clips

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari donates blood

Islamabad, 21 June 2011: Polio Ambassador and daughter of President Asif Ali Zardari, Ms Aseefa Bhutto Zardari today joined innumerable party workers throughout the country by donating blood on the birthday of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto for the soldiers, police, members of law-enforcing agencies and all fighters against militants honorin<<Selection in Document>>g the call given by the former Prime Minister on the day of her martyrdom in Rawalpindi to continue fight against militants to the finish.

She donated blood at a special blood donation camp set up at the Presidency, today. Ms. Faryal Talpur, MNA, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, Minister for Information & Broadcasting, BISP Chairperson Ms. Farzana Raja and Ms. Shahnaz Wazir Ali were also present on the occasion besides Mr. M. Salman Faruqui, Secretary General  and Secretary Information Mr. Taimur Azmat Osman.     

In a message on 58th birthday anniversary of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, President Asif Ali Zardari has urged the Party rank and file to donate blood today, as before, for all those who have shed their blood fighting against the militants.

June 21 of every year is celebrated by the public, in general, and PPP workers, in particular, not only to reiterate their commitment to the values and principles for which Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto struggled for her entire life and finally laid down her life but also to pay tribute to those sons of the soil who have sacrificed their lives to rid our land of militants and extremists and to those who suffered exile, imprisonment and even execution to end tyranny and dictatorship.

The President and Co-Chairman PPP has also reiterated his commitment that PPP would continue to work for strengthening of democracy and extricating the downtrodden people from shackles of poverty and degradation following the footsteps of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto.

Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’s clarion call asking people to stand up to extremism, dictatorship and to banish poverty and ignorance was a road map for making Pakistan a modern and pluralistic state, the President has said in his message.

Blood donation camps are setup on this day across the country where thousands of PPP workers turn up to donate blood to celebrate the sacrifice made by the two-times prime minister of the country  and real voice of downtrodden and oppressed and of those who have always struggled for Pakistan as envisioned by Quaid-e-Azam and Quiad-e-Awam .

The blood will be sent to blood bank of armed forces institute of blood transfusion.

Message from Mr. Asif Ali Zardari President Islamic Republic of Pakistan (On 32nd martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto) April 03, 2011

Today is the 32nd anniversary of the martyrdom of the Party’s founding father Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. This is an occasion to celebrate the life and achievements of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
This is a special anniversary of our leader as the democratic Constitution he gave has been purged of the distortions inserted into it by successive dictators and restored to the people.
I wish to thank all those who made possible the nation’s march to restore the democratic Constitution, redeemed the place of our leader in history and made this anniversary a special one.
The restoration of the Constitution is indeed a befitting tribute to the leader who sacrificed his life for the people, democracy and the Constitution. It reaffirms the political philosophy of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto that the people will finally reassert themselves and triumph.
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto strides the land like a colossus. He awakened the people, gave them hope and made them realize that they were the fountainhead of all political power. It is because of this realization among the people that dictatorship has not been able to take roots in the country despite repeated subversions of democracy.
This is one of Shaheed Bhutto’s greatest achievements and no one can rob him of it.
It is indeed a lasting tribute to his memory that Bhutto and Bhuttoism still lives in the hearts and minds of the people. From his grave, Shaheed Bhutto haunts dictators. Reverberations of “Jeeay Bhutto” still send shivers in the enemies of democracy.
Shaheed Bhutto has left deep footprints in the sands of history. While his killers have been consigned to the dustbin of history, Shaheed Bhutto lives and dominates the political landscape of the country (Zinda hai Bhutto).
On the eve of his 32nd martyrdom anniversary we have filed a reference with the Supreme Court to revisit the trial of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. This is not to seek revenge against the killers but to correct a historical wrong, to heal the wounds of the past and to promote the cause of national reconciliation.
On this day I ask the Party workers to rededicate themselves to the ideals of democracy for which Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto lived and laid down his life. On this day we also pledge to continue our forward march to empower the people and make Pakistan strong and prosperous.


Zulfikar Ali Bhutto has earned a place in the pantheon of  leaders from the Third World who earned everlasting fame in the struggle against colonialism and imperialism.  He had the privilege of interacting with many of those leaders who played a great role in the epic struggle  for national independence in the 20th Century including Mao Tse Tung, Ahmed Soekarno, Chou-en  Lai, Jawaharlal Nehru Gamal Abdel Nasser and Salvador Allende.  During the period between the end of the Second World War and the end of the Cold War, the world was divided into two blocks: The Capitalist West and the Socialist East.  All these leaders aspired to aspects of a socialist pattern of economy. Bhutto shared their faith in a leading role for the public sector as an instrument of self-reliance. 
President of Allende of Chile  and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto of Pakistan pursued  socialist democratic  policies in countries long dominated by the military, and thus,  were overthrown in the same year - 1977 by the collaborators of the Neo-Imperialists, killed  at the behest of the Military  Juntas of Pinochet  and Zia and followed by long spells of repressive Military regimes which did not retreat until the Cold War drew to an end. 
The key factor in the  over throw of Bhutto was  Pakistan's nuclear capability.  The Karachi Nuclear Power Plant was inaugurated by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto as President  of Pakistan  at the end of 1972 but long before, as Minister for Fuel, Power and National Resources, he has played a key role in setting up of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission. The Kahuta facility was also established by Bhutto. 
Bhutto's foundation  of the  PPP  was a setback  for the reactionary  forces in a country long dominated by the Right.  The  slogan of "Food, Shelter and Clothing" shifted the focus of Pakistan politics from theological to economic issues.  This focus has never shifted back.  Bhutto nationalised the commanding heights of the economy; another blow to the capitalist West.  During his tenure there was a massive transfer of resources towards the dominant rural economy by setting higher prices for agricultural products. 
The Constitution of 1973,  passed unanimously,  is yet another lasting  legacy of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.  Time has shown that it cannot be replaced.  Constitution making in  Pakistan was  bedevilled, since  the birth of the State,  by three unresolved issues: (i) The role of Islam in the State, (ii) the degree of Provincial Autonomy, and (iii) the Nature of Executive.  Bhutto managed to bring all the political parties, including those like the Jamat-e-Islami, JUI and JUP, who demanded  an Islamic State, and the Awami National Party, which was the major party in the Frontier and Balochistan, calling for   maximum provincial autonomy, to agree to a consensus on the Constitution, thus, permanently  resolving all the three issues.  A new institution,  the Senate of Pakistan was,  created in which the provinces had equal representation, in order to redress the balance of power  in Pakistan,  probably the only country in the world where one federating unit has an absolute majority.  The creation of Council of Common Interest also gave to the provinces a greater weight in the federal dispensation.  Islam was declared to be the State religion and the  Council of Islamic Ideology given charge of Islamisation of laws.  At the same time the Constitution reiterated  the basic principle of socialism:  "from each according to his ability to each according to his work". 
The never ending tussle between the Head of State and Parliament was resolved by empowering the Prime Minister.  Ironically, it is opponents of Bhutto who have, through 13th Amendment of 1997, restored the role of the Prime Minister  as was envisaged  in the original Constitution of 1973  after General Zia had shifted power to dissolve the Assembly and make key civilian and military appointments to the President  No better tribute can be paid to the foresight and sagacity of the martyred leader. 
Finally, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had the courage of his conviction to decide to lay down his life rather than compromise or seek appeasement.  The last chapter of his life is a glorious example of  martyrdom for the cause of resurrection of democracy.

At the time of his over throw, Bhutto was emerging  as a spokesman of the World of Islam and the leader of the Third World.  The age of Bhutto was an Age of Revolution.  Although his life and career were cruelly terminated, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto will forever shine in history as one of the Great leaders who took part in the liberation of the Third World from the yoke of Imperialism and Neo Colonialism during the Twentieth Century.

The Legacy of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto

As a member of Pakistan's delegation to the United Nation in 1957, at the age of 29 years, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto addressed the Sixth Conference of the United Nations on "The Definition of Aggression", a speech which is still regarded as one of the best on the subject.  As a participant at the International Conference in Geneva, Switzerland in March,  1958 Zulfikar Ali Bhutto spoke for mankind with the bold declaration: "The High Seas are free to all."  He was the youngest Federal Cabinet member in the history of Pakistan,  at the age of 30.  Zulfikar Ali Bhutto held the key portfolios of Minister of Commerce, Minister of Information, Minister of National Reconstruction, Minister of Fuel, Power and Natural Resources before becoming the Foreign Minister.  As Minister of Fuel, Power and Natural Resources, he signed a path breaking  agreement for exploration of oil and gas   with Russia in 1960.  He set up a Gas and Mineral Development Corporation in 1961 and Pakistan's first refinery in 1962 at Karachi. 
Bhutto emerged on the world stage as Leader of the Pakistan Delegation to the UN in 1959.  To muster the support for Kashmir issue he successfully toured China, Britain, Egypt and Ireland.  He also held a series of talks with the Indian Foreign Minister Swaran Singh.    He was appointed Foreign Minister in 1963 and remained at that post until his resignation in June 1966. Bhutto made indelible imprints on world community by his inimitable oratorical skills in United Nation's General Assembly and the Security Council. He had the vision to build a strategic relationship with China at a time when it was isolated.  Zulfikar Ali Bhutto believed in an independent Foreign Policy which had hitherto been the hand maiden  of the Western Powers.  During his tenure as Foreign Minister, Pakistan and Iran cemented a special relationship.  His opposition to the Tashkent accord between India and Pakistan led to his resignation from the government.  Zulfikar Ali Bhutto believed in a Foreign Policy of bilateralism in which no state would be entitled to interfere in Pakistan's relations with other states. 
During his student days, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had acquired an anti-Imperialist view of the world.  He was a firm believer in economic self reliance and political independence themes he  expounded in his famous book "Myth of Independence".  Bhutto's finest hour came in the reconstruction of Pakistan after the traumatic dismemberment of Pakistan upon the fall of Dhaka on 16th December, 1971. He successfully put the derailed nation back  on the track by rebuilding national institutions.  His lasting  achievement was the unanimous adoption of the Constitution in 1973.  He established the  Pakistan Steel Mills, Heavy Mechanical Complex Taxila,  Port Qasim Authority, Quaid-e-Azam University, Allama Iqbal Open University, Karachi Nuclear Power Plant; thus,  fortifying the  prosperity, integrity and security of Pakistan.  Using his experience as Foreign Minister, Bhutto cemented Pakistan's relation with Afro-Asian and Islamic countries and by 1976 had emerged as the Leader of the  Third World. As an author,  he brilliantly advocated the cause of hewers of wood and drawers of water of the Third World. 
Bhutto was the founder of Pakistan's Nuclear Program. Under his guidance and leadership as Minister for Fuel, Power and Natural Resources,  President and Prime Minister, Pakistan developed into the unique  Muslim State with a nuclear capability for which he paid with his life.  In his book "If I am Assassinated" written from the Death Cell, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto revealed  how Kissinger had said "We will make an example of you". 
The Pakistan People's Party won the elections held in 1977 with a large majority; but the conspirators soon joined hands with Ziaul Haq at the behest of foreign powers who feared Bhutto's capacity of uniting the Third World countries and sought to punish him for developing Pakistan's nuclear capacity, and imposed  Martial Law upon  the country on 5th July, 1977. Soon afterwards, Bhutto was arrested and on 18th March, 1978, was sentenced to death in a politically motivated murder trial. The majority of original Court was for acquittal but was whittled down to a 4-3 verdict by the retirement of two judges.   Despite appeals of clemency from several world leaders, Bhutto was executed on 4th April, 1979.  The great leader of downtrodden masses and a visionary of unparalleled charisma will forever be remembered by his countrymen as Quaid-e-Awam (Leader of the Masses). 

Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Chairman & Founder 

akistan Peoples Party

                                     PERSONAL DETAILS
NameZulfikar Ali Bhutto                                Date of BirthJanuary 5, 1928
Father's NameSir Shahnawaz Khan Bhutto   Place of BirthLarkana District
Mother's  NameLady Khursheed Begum       Mother TongueSindhi 

Married at Karachi to Ms Nusrat Ispahani September  8, 1951.

  •   Benazir Bhutto -   1953 - 2007
  •   Murtaza Bhutto -  1954 - 1996  
  •   Sanam Bhutto -    1957
  •   Shahnawaz Bhutto -   1958 - 1985 


    Cathedral School, Bombay - 1937 - 1947  
    Joined University of Southern California - 1947  
    Transferred to Berkely Campus of USC - 1949  
    First Asian to be elected to Berkely Student Council 
    Graduated  with Honours in Political Science - 1950  
    Admitted to Christ Church College, Oxford - 1950  
    Graduated with Honours from Oxford University - 1952  
    Called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn - 1953  
    Lecturer of Sindh Muslim Law College - 1954  
    Member of Pakistan Delegation to the United Nations - 1957 
    Addressed the United Nations Sixth Committee on Aggression - October 25, 1957 
    Leader of Pakistan Delegation to United Nations Conference on the Law of the Seas,  addressed the Conference on the Freedom of the Seas.- March - 1958  

    Minister of Commerce - 1958  
    Minister for Information and National Reconstruction  - 1959  
    Minister for Fuel, Power and Natural Resources - 1960  
    Leader of Pakistan Delegation to the UN - 1959, 1960, 1963 & 1965 
    Statement in support of Algeria against French Imperialism at UN - 1959  
    Leader of Pakistan Delegation to Moscow to negotiate agreement on Oil and Gas Exploration  with Soviet Union with 120 Million Roubles  credit  - 1960
    Led Pakistan's Delegation to UN and differed  with US by not voting against China's Membership - 1960 
    Foreign Minister of Pakistan  - 1963 - 1965
    Sino-Pakistan Boundary Agreement, gaining 750 Square Miles for Pakistan 2nd March  -  1963 
    Famous Speech at the U.N. Security Council  "We will wage a war for a thousand years" - 22-23 September 1965  
    Resigned from the Federal Cabinet  - June, 1966 
    Historic welcome in Lahore after resignation as Foreign Minister - 21st June, 1966  
    Manifesto of Pakistan Peoples Party prepared
    "Islam is our Faith, Democracy is our Policy, Socialism is our Economy, All Power to the People". October, 1966 
    Foundation of Pakistan Peoples Party, Lahore - 30th November, 1967  
    Led Mass Movement for Restoration of Democracy - 1968 
    Arrested for creating disaffection against Government - November 12, 1968
    Landslide victory for PPP in 1970 elections in present day Pakistan -  December 7, 1970 
    Economic Reforms Order Nationalisation of Key Industries - January 3, 1972  
    Announcement of Labour Policies -  February 10, 1972  
    Workers would participate in Profits 
    Old Age Pensions and Group Insurance 
    Land Reforms - 1st March, 1973  
    Ceiling reduced from 500 Acres to 150 Acres of irrigated land and 1000 Acres to 300 Acres for semi-irrigated land.  All lands in excess of 100 Acres allocated to Govt. Servants confiscated and redistributed. 
    The Law Reform Ordinance - giving effect to the recommendations of the Law Reforms  Commission. - 14th April, 1972  
    Martial Law Lifted 21st April, 1972 
    Simla Agreement Signed 
    Pakistan to get back 5000 square miles of territory occupied in 1971 war.  India and Pakistan to respect line of control in  Kashmir  without prejudice to Pakistan's claim. - 2nd July, 1972 
    National Book Foundation established - 24th September, 1972  
    Inaugurated Pakistan's first Nuclear Power Plant at Karachi.  - 28th November, 1972 
    Establishment of NDFC - 5th February, 1973  
    Establishment of Quaid-E-Azam University - 9th February, 1973 
    Constitution of Pakistan passed unanimously - 12th  April, 1973 
    Establishment of Port Qasim Authority - 27th June, 1973 
    Elected Prime Minister of Pakistan  - 14th August, 1973 
    Identity Cards for Citizens - 28th July, 1973 
    Agreement for repatriation of 93,000 POWs  - 28th August, 1973 
    Administrative Reforms Order - September, 1973 
    Laid Foundation Stone of Pakistan Steel Mill - 30th December, 1973 
    Nationalisation of Banks - 1st January, 1974 
    Establishment of Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan - 01 May 1974
    Establishment of Allama Iqbal Open University - 21st May, 1974 
    Islamic Summit at Lahore - 22 February, 1975
    Inaugurated Pakistan's First Seerat Conference - 3rd March, 1976 
    Kissinger warned Zulfikar Ali Bhutto that if Pakistan continued with its nuclear programme  "the Prime Minister would have to pay a heavy price."  - August, 1976 
    Bhutto proposed a Third World Summit - September, 1976