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Aseefa Bhutto Zardari

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari is a youngest daughter of Benazir Bhutto zardari and Asif Ali Zardari. She was conceived on third Feb 1993 in London, England, United Kingdom. She was very young when her mom Benazir Bhutto left her and was killed. She is a more youthful sister of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari and was the first Pakistani child to be inoculated against polio after her mom launched a major immunisation drive in 1994. He has a place with a political family where her dad, mother and each one from her dad mother’s side was in politics.

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari graduated from University College London with a Masters degree in Global Health and Development. Aseefa Bhutto zardari is active in political affair of Pakistan. She comment on Pakistan’s political matter through social media. During her father’s tenure she gave him company in some of his diplomatic tour. She is Rotary Ambassador and former UN Ambassador for Polio Eradication. In May 2017, She launched the Anti-polio campaign across Pakistan. She has visited different healthcare centres in order to improve health care sector in Pakistan. At the same month her father Asif Ali Zardari announce that she would enter into the election arena in the next 2018 general elections besides her brother Bilawal.

In 2009 she gave an address to PPP Parliamentarians, she started with a slogan of ‘Jiye Bhutto’, than she started that it’s a great pleasure to meet you all as u know that the Bhutto family has made great sacrifices for democracy and let us remember my uncle Shaheed Shahnawaz Bhutto who died his very day a martyrs death. Former president of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari said  that beside Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, his eldest son, Aseefa Bhutto Zardari, his younger daughter would also enter into the election arena in the next general elections. Addressing a convention of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata), Zardari said that he would also contest the elections. Bilawal had been made the chairman of PPP after death of Benazir Bhutto in 2007 but only being 18 years old at that time Zardari himself led the party.

Aseefa commends efforts, sacrifices of health teams for polio eradication

KARACHI: Rotary Ambassador for Polio Aseefa Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday celebrated World Polio Day at the Emergency Operation Centre for Polio and inoculated children with two drops of polio vaccine. During the ceremony Aseefa Bhutto Zardari gave presents to children and conversed with their families, followed by a cake cutting ceremony to mark world polio day, and also and met people responsible for managing the polio programme in Sindh. She appreciated the efforts made by the Sindh polio team in the eradication of…

Aseefa Bhutto decides to contest by-poll instead of general elections

KARACHI: The youngest daughter of former President Asif Ali Zardari, Aseefa Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday has decided to not contest the imminent general elections 2018, but instead contest by-polls from the Lyari constituency. According to sources, Aseefa would contest by-elections from any of the vacated seat by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Bilawal, who is contesting for multiple seats, from both Lyari and Larkana, will vacate one if he wins both. Aseefa will then stand in the by-poll from the vacated constituency. Since,…

Aseefa Bhutto distributes Iftaar boxes among the poor in Karachi

KARACHI: Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari, daughter of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto (late), distributed iftaar boxes among the poor and deserving families in Karachi on Sunday. Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) set up an Iftar camp and the youngest member of Bhutto family, Aseefa  distributed iftar boxes to the needy near her residence Bilawal House. In the video, she can be seen warmly interacting with the locals and receiving hugs of gratitude from women. Aseefa is also committed to eradicating polio from Pakistan.…

Shah’s remark on female lawmakers causes disquiet in NA

ISLAMABAD: The debate in National Assembly session today (Thursday) diverted when the Leader of the Opposition passed a prejudiced remark on female members of the House, ARY News reported. He was addressing the house when Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq, over continuous chatter, asked women lawmakers either to be silent during the session or go outside the house. In response to the Speaker’s remarks, the opposition leader Khursheed Shah said, “don't stop them, these women fall ill if they do not talk.” His…