Thursday, 27 December 2012 18:18
PESHAWAR: Member Provincial Assembly (MPA), Nighat Yasmin Aurakzai on Thursday said the supreme sacrifices of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed had weakened dictatorship and restored democracy in Pakistan.
Paying rich tributes to Shaheed Benazir Bhutto for her meritorious services for the cause of democracy and empowerment of women folk on her 5th martyrdom anniversary, Nighat Aurkazai told APP on phone that Benazir's Bhutto martyrdom has led to dawn of a new era of democracy in the country.
She that Benazir was a leader of par excellence and a role model for the women who had improved the country's image at the international forums through her lectures, services and as a statesman.
"She was a leader of international caliber and the imperialist and anti democratic forces killed her from the political horizon in a bid to destabilize Pakistan."
She said martyrs never died and always alive.Nighat Yasmin Aurakzai, who recently joined PPP after resigning from PML-Q said, "Benazir Bhutto Shaheed was a harbinger of peace, a statesman and a true diplomat who proved her mettle at critical times against the forces inimical to the country.
The PPP leader said all the political parties with a diversified culture agreed on a single point to take forward the ship of democracy for which BB shaheed had sacrificed her life. She said hundreds of thousands of people from Khyber Pakthunkhwa and FATA have come to Garhi Khuda Bux to offer Fateha for eternal peace of Shaheed Quaid.
She said Beanzir Bhutto had given respect to workers and considered them as front line force of Shaheed Zulfikar Bhutto.
She said though Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed is not among us today, however, her guiding principles, matchless thoughts and vision are a great source of inspiration for the government, people and future generations.
To pay best tributes to Benazir Bhutto, she said, we should works hard for strengthening of democracy, democratic institutions, establishment of durable peace and development of Pakistan.
Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2012