Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, the first daughter of Benazir Bhutto and former President Asif Ali Zardari, is bracing up for her engagement to Mahmood, son of US-based businessman, Younus Chaudhry.
A wedding card of Bakhtawar and Mahmood has been making rounds on social media since Friday, giving rise to speculations regarding her marriage. According to media reports, Bakhtawar is set to engage Mahmood for marriage on 27th November 2020. The couple will tie the knot on January 27th, 2021, next year. As per the invitation card, the ceremony will be held at Bilawal House in Karachi.
Bakhtawar , 30, holds a Masters Honors in English, from the University of Edinburgh. She is an education enthusiast who is associated with Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed Institute of Science and Technology.
KARACHI, November 14: President @AAliZardari is pleased to announce, with the grace of God, the engagement of his and Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto's daughter @BakhtawarBZ with Mr. Mahmood Chaudhry on November 27, 2020.
— PPP (@MediaCellPPP) November 14, 2020
Mahmood, on the other hand, is the son of business and real-estate tycoon Younis Chaudhry. Chaudhry migrated to Canada from a remote village in Pakistan in 1973.
Bakhtawar Bhutto engagement: special instructions
Pakistan People’s Party also made the announcement from its official Twitter account on Saturday, November 14th. “President @AAliZardari is pleased to announce, with the grace of God, the engagement of his and Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’s daughter @BakhtawarBZ with Mr. Mahmood Chaudhry on November 27, 2020,” read the tweet.
According to the media reports, the organizers have also asked the guests to get tested for coronavirus and email the scanned copy of the report.
“All attendees are requested to please email a scanned copy of their negative COVID-19 PCR test result 24 hours prior to attendance. This is a mandatory requirement for security clearance,” read the announcement.
The guests are also barred from carrying mobile phones to the ceremony due to security reasons.
“Please note – no photography or mobile phones will be permitted inside the venue and photographs will be available for all guests through our official photographer.”
“We thank you in advance for adhering to our safety protocols to keep you and your loved ones safe, and enable us all to enjoy the occasion,” it added.
GVS News Desk