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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Fatima Bhutto ties the knot in Karachi in intimate ceremony

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto said that the Nikkah ceremony was organized at their Clifton residence 70 Clifton in Karachi in the presence of close family members and friends.

Novelist and Granddaughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Fatima Bhutto ties the knot on Friday in an intimate ceremony in Karachi. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Junior shared the images of the Nikkah ceremony of his sister Fatima Bhutto on Twitter.

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto said that the Nikkah ceremony was organized at their Clifton residence 70 Clifton in Karachi in the presence of close family members and friends. The event was kept simple keeping in view the economic conditions of the country. Fatima has tied the knot with Graham.

“On behalf of our father, Shaheed Mir Murtaza Bhutto, and the Bhutto family, I’m very happy to share some happy news. My sister Fatima and Graham were married in an intimate nikkah ceremony yesterday at our home, 70 Clifton,” said Bhutto in his tweet.

“The ceremony was attended by Fatima’s loved ones in our grandfather’s library, a place that means a lot to my dear sister. Due to the difficult circumstances felt by our fellow countrymen and women, we all felt it would be inappropriate to celebrate lavishly,” added Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

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On Saturday, Fatima Bhutto also shared images of her Nikkah ceremony. She said, “My brother Zulfikar tied our grandmother’s imam zamin on me and the ceremony was conducted in my grandfather’s libraries, one of my most beloved places on earth. Behind us were my aunts, uncle, and father’s childhood photos and an original People’s Party flag placed by my grandfather himself.”

She said that they won’t be having any other function at the wedding since she does not have opulent weddings.

“We won’t be having any other ceremonies, I’m not one for opulent weddings but especially now it feels so inappropriate given what so many are struggling through. I missed my darling father tremendously, but he was with us. I felt him in my heart and among us as everyone present loved Papa so much. Please keep us in your prayers and thank you for all your kind wishes,” concluded Fatima Bhutto.