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Pictures and Scandals of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

By Amna Gilani • Jan 8th, 2008 • Category: Entertainment, Politics • 349 Comments

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Update: I am amazed really at some of the comments. It seems that the people who are lashing at me haven’t really read my post. I am not once suggesting anything that either the pictures I received were real or fake. I not even once slung any mud upon the Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

The purpose of my post was to just say that we shouldnt pass on such pictures (that is why I didnt pass on any of pictures to anyone; firstly I deleted them and secondly I dont think it appropriate), and if Bilawal has done any such thing than it’s his personal matter, but as a potential future leader of Pakistan he must be ultra careful about himself.

regards.

Original Post :

My Inbox has become filled with the numerous photos and images of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto’s son, who has just become the chairman of Pakistan People’s Party. I am also being bombarded with numerous stories regarding Bilawal in which people are “revealing” many things about his personal life.

Bilalwal Bhutto Zardari is just a a lad, who is passing through immense grief after the cruel and brutal assassination of his great mother, and now some evil people are trying to implicate his good name. That is very dark side of our society and must be condemned.

I am disgusted at this. I mean, ok let’s suppose he has done all that. So what? It’s his personal life. If you dont like this dont vote for him when he comes back to Pakistan to contest the elections. But is it a good thing to send and forward pictures of former Prime Minister’s son? Is it it ethical to do such kind of thing, when his mother has died just days ago?


 
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