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HR award for Bhutto recognition of PPP’s manifesto: Hakeen

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KAMRA CANTT: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Central Secretary Coordination former Senator Malik Hakmeen Khan has said the posthumous United Nations Human Rights Award conferred to PPP slain chairperson Benazir Bhutto is the recognition of the party’s manifesto and is the honour of the Pakistani nation. Talking to media men on Saturday he said, “We believe in fair justice, peace and stability in the region despite facing war threats as well as frequent terrorism attempts from anti Pakistani nefarious designs”.

Speaking on the occasion, Malik Hakmeen said Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his daughter first lady prime minister in the Muslim countries Shaheed Benazir Bhutto struggled for the protection of human rights and freedom of expression even they sacrificed their lives but did not bow before the martial law dictators due to their principled stance.

He also eulogized the Justice Award of United Nations awarded to the deposed Chief Justice Supreme Court Mr. Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on his meritorious efforts for delivering speedy, free and transparent justice to the common man of Pakistan. “Peace and justice are the real spirits of the democracy which also strengthen all the democratic institutions” he added.

He said that some anti-democratic elements are conspiring to drag both the democratic countries of Pakistan and India into psychological war but the prevailing tension has been defused with the utmost efforts of President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani through their diplomatic sources.

He asked the people to memorize the first death anniversary of late Benazir Bhutto being observed on December 27, 2008 in a historic and befitting manner we they have been deprived from the democratic leadership of the democratic world. He urged the people to strengthen the democratic process if they desire to protect their fundamental rights otherwise there is no option but to face severe economic crisis.-SANA

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