Benazir Bhutto contributions for the nation revisited at KU’s National Conference

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Benazir Bhutto contributions for the nation revisited at KU’s National
Conference.
Minister for Women Development Sindh Syeda Shehla Raza said that Political
and social reforms of Benazir Bhutto are a magnificent role model not only
for Pakistan but the whole world. We need to identify true Aalims, the
government’s writ is to differentiate between Ulema and extremists, the
government must not put the nation in front of these extremists. This is
high time to enforce the principles and ideology of Benazir Bhutto.
She was addressing at Inaugural ceremony of National Conference on Socio
Political Reforms of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto at Arts Auditorium,
University of Karachi.
She added that every government except of PPP, considered Steel Mills as
burden and ignored the fact that how many families are dependent on it.
These are assets of the nation, those who damaged it, built their own steel
mills. We saved these assets and will save it, our leadership wants
betterment of infrastructure.
“Corruption is in every country including India, China and France, it must
be eradicated completely. We must tell the world that we are fighting
against terrorism for the whole words that’s why our economy is not
progressing”, she added.
KU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ajmal Khan said that the purpose of
establishment of Benazir Bhutto Chair is to propagate the vision of Benazir
Bhuttu through academic research.
“She was a visionary leader and a role model for all the women of the
world. She possessed political thinking since she was trained by her father
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. She was adviced to not to return back to Pakistan but
despite all sort of life threats, she came back and laid her life for the
love of the country. We need to research on her services for the country”,
Dr. Khan added.
Advisor to CM Sindh Barrister Murtaza Wahab was the chiar of the concluding
session of the conference. He remarked that we can’t forget the efforts of
Benazir Bhutto in resolution of social and political issues. It was BB’s
government which liberated the media in 1988, whatever media boom we are
experiencing today, its because her efforts. She established first women
bank in the country and played a pioneering role in women empowerment.
Pakistan’s first women station was also established in 1993 during her
tenure. First women judge of High Court Justice Majida Rizwi was appointed
on her tenure and now a female is Chief Justice of Balochistan High Court.
It was her vision that lady health workers program was initiated to
promote health awareness among women, these centers were established
countrywide in 1993 and working till today. We talk about the rights of
minorities but we forget that it was BB who introduced the ministry of
minorities and she also introduced the ministry for women rights, he
added.
Earlier, speaking on the occasion, Director Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto
Chair, University of Karachi Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ahmed Qadri said that the
word politics is at times disliked in this country due to unhealthy
practices and wrong use of power by the politicians. Politics basically is
the meaning of serving the masses, but unfortunately, this has not always
been the case in this country. That is why majority of people have turned
their faces away from politicians. Benazir Bhutto is among those great
leaders in the world who, throughout her lives, fought for the restoration
of the democracy. It was her gallant efforts that revived this vital theme.
We have gathered here to relive the contributions of this great leader. The
political reforms that she suggested, if implemented sincerely, would
certainly allow people to benefit from the real blessings of democracy.
This event looks to intellectually contribute towards the implementation of
such political reforms that would promote democracy, social justice, human
rights and economic development. I am positive this conference will create
awareness among people of Pakistan to support democracy and academic
freedom.
Prof. Dr. Summer Sultana and Dr. Muhammad Ali while presenting their
research paper, they said that she stood and her stance was accepted and
acknowledged internationally for being an exemplary parliamentarian
internationally. She was acknowledged as a leader who helped Pakistan
through its fight back to bring democracy, basic human rights and a
democratic government back in the country. Her parliamentary popularity and
acceptance can be imagined that when she visited the United States in 1989.
Twenty-five thousands people stood in the rain to eavesdrop to this 1973
graduate of Harvard. She was indeed a great woman, the great parliamentary
leader and the courageous democrat.So she made propagation of democracy,
human rights, feministic fervor, the secular liberal Muslim policy based
international relation as her diplomatic tools.
Director, Institute of International Relations, Shah Abdul Latif University
Khairpur, Sindh said that personality of Benazir Bhutto was much more
attractive for the peoples of Pakistan, it was not only because she was the
daughter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto but it was due to her personality was more
polite, humble and dedicated to her work especially it was because of first
woman Prime Minister of the Muslim world. It was her personality and her
humbleness that she is much more popular in hearts of peoples of Pakistan,
she work hard for poor men and women of Pakistan to boost up there living
standard.
Minister for Women Development Sindh Syeda Shehla Raza said that Political
and social reforms of Benazir Bhutto are a magnificent role model not only
for Pakistan but the whole world. We need to identify true Aalims, the
government’s writ is to differentiate between Ulema and extremists, the
government must not put the nation in front of these extremists. This is
high time to enforce the principles and ideology of Benazir Bhutto.
She was addressing at Inaugural ceremony of National Conference on Socio
Political Reforms of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto at Arts Auditorium,
University of Karachi.
She added that every government except of PPP, considered Steel Mills as
burden and ignored the fact that how many families are dependent on it.
These are assets of the nation, those who damaged it, built their own steel
mills. We saved these assets and will save it, our leadership wants
betterment of infrastructure.
Corruption is in every country including India, China and France, it must
be eradicated completely. We must tell the world that we are fighting
against terrorism for the whole words that’s why our economy is not
progressing, she added.
KU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ajmal Khan said that the purpose of
establishment of Benazir Bhutto Chair is to propagate the vision of Benazir
Bhuttu through academic research.
She was a visionary leader and a role model for all the women of the
world. She possessed political thinking since she was trained by her father
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. She was adviced to not to return back to Pakistan but
despite all sort of life threats, she came back and laid her life for the
love of the country. We need to research on her services for the country,
Dr. Khan added.
Advisor to CM Sindh Barrister Murtaza Wahab was the chiar of the concluding
session of the conference. He remarked that we can’t forget the efforts of
Benazir Bhutto in resolution of social and political issues. It was BB’s
government which liberated the media in 1988, whatever media boom we are
experiencing today, its because her efforts. She established first women
bank in the country and played a pioneering role in women empowerment.
Pakistan’s first women station was also established in 1993 during her
tenure. First women judge of High Court Justice Majida Rizwi was appointed
on her tenure and now a female is Chief Justice of Balochistan High Court.
It was her vision that lady health workers program was initiated to
promote health awareness among women, these centers were established
countrywide in 1993 and working till today. We talk about the rights of
minorities but we forget that it was BB who introduced the ministry of
minorities and she also introduced the ministry for women rights, he
added.
Earlier, speaking on the occasion, Director Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto
Chair, University of Karachi Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ahmed Qadri said that the
word politics is at times disliked in this country due to unhealthy
practices and wrong use of power by the politicians. Politics basically is
the meaning of serving the masses, but unfortunately, this has not always
been the case in this country. That is why majority of people have turned
their faces away from politicians. Benazir Bhutto is among those great
leaders in the world who, throughout her lives, fought for the restoration
of the democracy. It was her gallant efforts that revived this vital theme.
We have gathered here to relive the contributions of this great leader. The
political reforms that she suggested, if implemented sincerely, would
certainly allow people to benefit from the real blessings of democracy.
This event looks to intellectually contribute towards the implementation of
such political reforms that would promote democracy, social justice, human
rights and economic development. I am positive this conference will create
awareness among people of Pakistan to support democracy and academic
freedom.
Prof. Dr. Summer Sultana and Dr. Muhammad Ali while presenting their
research paper, they said that she stood and her stance was accepted and
acknowledged internationally for being an exemplary parliamentarian
internationally. She was acknowledged as a leader who helped Pakistan
through its fight back to bring democracy, basic human rights and a
democratic government back in the country. Her parliamentary popularity and
acceptance can be imagined that when she visited the United States in 1989.
Twenty-five thousands people stood in the rain to eavesdrop to this 1973
graduate of Harvard. She was indeed a great woman, the great parliamentary
leader and the courageous democrat.So she made propagation of democracy,
human rights, feministic fervor, the secular liberal Muslim policy based
international relation as her diplomatic tools.
Director, Institute of International Relations, Shah Abdul Latif University
Khairpur, Sindh said that personality of Benazir Bhutto was much more
attractive for the peoples of Pakistan, it was not only because she was the
daughter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto but it was due to her personality was more
polite, humble and dedicated to her work especially it was because of first
woman Prime Minister of the Muslim world. It was her personality and her
humbleness that she is much more popular in hearts of peoples of Pakistan,
she work hard for poor men and women of Pakistan to boost up there living
standard.

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