The previous chief minister of Sindh Mumtaz Bhutto died Sunday at 94 years old. Mumtaz Bhutto, a cousin and close helper of previous prime minister and PPP author Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, died at his home in Karachi.

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Bhutto’s representative Ibrahim Abro said the political character, who had additionally filled in as the legislative head of Sindh preceding turning into its chief minister, was experiencing a sickness for some time.

His body will be shipped off Larkana at 6 pm for burial service petitions, uncovered his representative. Bhutto, in the wake of creating contrasts with the PPP, hosted shaped his own gathering, the Sindh National Front (SNF). In 2017, he reported that the SNF had converged with the PTI.

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Prior, Bhutto had combined the SNF with the PML-N before the 2013 decisions. Nonetheless, the two players headed out in different directions after Bhutto created contrasts with the PML-N.


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