one of the worlds best leader that world has ever seen and never ever gonna see again true dedication of his leadership to his country never ever used to push himself backwards even after threatened by usa and we are shamefull nation to lose a leader like him with our own hands thats why after him we only got thiefs what ever pakistan stands today is because of him if that zia........................ had given him few years and never killed him im sure both militrically and politically and ecnomically pakistan was in top 3 powers today he wanted to bring world bank in pakistan but unfortunately zia never wanted him to make pakistan powerfull nation i wish and i hope govt of pak and people of pakistan give zia ul haq a new name which is enemy of pakistan and i dont have words to define sir zulfiqar ali bhutto
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was the kind of leader we need today, someone who had a vision for Pakistan, a vision to make it a known player in the world affairs and not compromising one bit when it comes down to interests of Pakistan. It is sad that such a leader was lost due to bad politics and cases which did not even had a moral standing. The Nation did not stand up then and so is facing what we are facing today.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's letter to President Mirza, 1958
H.E. Major-General Iskander Mirza,
President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan,
My dear Sir,
Only a few lines to let you know that I am discharging my responsibilities here to the best of my ability. I shall give you a detailed report of my work on my return to Pakistan and I am sure you will be satisfied with the manner in which I have done my humble best to serve the interests of my Country and my President.
I would like to take this opportunity to reassure you of my imperishable and devoted loyalty to you. Exactly four months before the death of my late Father, he had advised me to remain steadfastly loyal to you as you were "not an individual but an institution". For the greater good of my own Country, I feel that your services to Pakistan are indispensable. When the history of our Country is written by objective historians, your name will be placed even before that of Mr. Jinnah. Sir, I say this because I mean it and not because you are the President of my Country.
If I have the conviction and the courage to enter into a dispute with a Prime Minister, I do not think I could be found guilty of the charge of flattery.
If you and the Begum Sahiba require anything from here, please do not hesitate to order me for it.
With profoundest respects both to you and to the Begum Sahiba,