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Bakhtawar pens emotional post for Benazir Bhutto on death anniversary

Bakhtawar said with the birth of her son this year, Benazir Bhutto would have become the grandmother for the first time. Benazir Bhutto breathed her last at the age of 54 on 27th December in 2007 following an attack on her during a public rally in Liaqat Bagh.

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Bakhtawar Bhutto writes a heartfelt note for mother Benazir Bhutto on her 14th death anniversary. On Sunday, Bakhtawar Bhutto remembered her mother Shaheed former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto in a tweet.

Bakhtawar said with the birth of her son this year, Benazir Bhutto would have become the grandmother for the first time.

Bhutto said: “Our mother Shaheed #BenazirBhutto missed more now than I did when I got my grades for college or whilst graduating, even when I was planning my wedding, marriage ceremony, months of pregnancy- now with my newborn – she would have been a grandmother for the first time this year.”

On October 10th, Bakhtawar Bhutto had announced the birth of her son on social media. “We are happy to announce the birth of our baby boy,” she had written. His uncle, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, and aunt Aseefa Bhutto Zardari had celebrated the news on social media. Aseefa wrote: “Officially a khala!!! Alhamdullilah!”. Meanwhile, Bilawal Bhutto wrote: “Officially, mamoo!”

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Bakhtawar Bhutto, the second child of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari had tied the knot with Mahmood Chaudhry had tied the knot earlier this year.

Mahmood Chaudhry is the son of Muhammad Younas and Begum Suraiya Chaudhry. Muhammad Younas’s family roots are traced back to Lahore from where he migrated to UAE in 1973. He is a successful businessman with a diversified portfolio including investments in finance, tech, and construction.

Pakistan’s first female Muslim Prime Minister

Benazir Bhutto breathed her last at the age of 54 on 27th December in 2007 following an attack on her during a public rally in Liaqat Bagh, Rawalpindi. Little did she know that it would be the last of many of her sturdy speeches in her dynamic political career.

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Benazir Bhutto, the firstborn child of Zulfikar Bhutto, in her twenties was the only family member besides her mother Nusrat Bhutto, to meet Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, hours before his execution in 1979. His execution marked the beginning of her rocky political career.

Aspiring to join foreign services for Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto was thrust into the mainstream politics of Pakistan to ascend to the highest serving office of premiership at the age of 35 in 1988 to become Pakistan’s first female Muslim Prime Minister.