we must revert back to Bhutto’s scheme of training Pakistani people to defend themselves physically and ideologically by reverting back to Mr Jinnah’s vision of political and democratic pluralism
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (born on Jan 5, 1928) was globally recognised as one of the most outstanding leaders of his times. Indeed, the more trouble we are in as a nation the more we lament the absence of such a towering personality who had the unique niche in handling challenges that demand tougher decisions. Bhutto’s inherent talent got immensely reflected soon after his advent in politics—in his handling of matters related to the formulation of Pakistan’s independent foreign policy, advancement of science and technology, harnessing of nuclear energy-both as a source of cheap power and nuclear deterrence. However, what made him a saviour of the nation was the quality of leadership that Bhutto responded with to pull out the truncated country from the lowest depths it had sunk politically and militarily to the bottom of degradation, dissipation, disunity and destruction after the fall of Dhaka.
Notwithstanding his multi-faceted achievements as…
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