Pakistan faced formidable challenges in the 80’s against General Zia’s regime and it took great courage as a young adult as my self working as her political secretary, along side many of our devout supporters, comrades, Senators and Benazir herself to oust out a dictator whose only deliverance was the hope of flogging, torturing, and killing innocent Pakistan Peoples Party workers. His regime would not reconcile with his people in the struggle for democracy but instead he apposed it at every level. Benazir continued her struggle until the day she left this world.
On the 27 of December, 2016 a melo, saddened community of Peoples Party workers and supporters honoured Morthrama Benazir’s sister Sanam Bhutto, in West London, Southall. They gathered to remember a great woman and her sacrifices. Their speeches awakened new horizons in the Party’s life, and endeavoured to work hard in order to make a significant leap forward in making favourable life changing developments in Pakistan in the hope, and anticipation to steer the party in the right direction in order to liberate a road that is scattered with obstacles and pitfalls.
Saddat Shah Executive Member of the Pakistan’s Peoples Party, Shagufta Nasreen, a Youth Leader for Women in Pakistan, Ashraf Chuktar, an author of Benazir’s book, Doctor Nikhat Iftikhar recited a poem, some old and new Party workers together with leaders and organizers of the events successfully gathered and prayed for the future of Pakistan and its people. (by: Ms Sumblina Hassan, Jayle)