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Fehmida Mirza sees Sindh govt as ‘threat’

KARACHI: Former speaker of the National Assembly (NA) Dr Fehmida Mirza Thursday said she is feeling threatened by the Sindh government as ‘some people are hell-bent to expel us from the party’, ARY News reported.

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In her word with anchorperson Kashif Abbasi in ARY News program ‘Off the Record’, Fehmida Mirza claimed that there is a threat to her family by the Sindh government.

“There are some people who are bent on expelling us from the party,” she claimed. “Those asking to pick either Peoples Party or my husband should feel ashamed.”

When asked that her family may also have to face what happened with Mir Murtaza Bhutto, the former speaker extemporarily sought mercy by Almighty Allah.

Fehmida Mirza castigated that whatever is happening with her family was extremely disheartening and it seems to her as if Mohtarma Benzair Bhutto martyred today.


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