Larkana, Sindh: Office bearers of the World Memon Organization Pakistan Chapter (WMOPC) paid their respects to the Bhutto family. They visited the Garhi KhudaBaksh shrine in Larkana during their visit to the Flood Rehabilitation Project in Sindh.
In a solemn act of offering Fatiha, WMOPC visited the graves of the esteemed Bhutto family members.
The delegation from WMOPC, who joined the ongoing efforts to rehabilitate the flood-affected areas, took a moment to honour the historical and emotional significance of Garhi KhudaBaksh. The shrine, serving as the final resting place of the Bhutto family, holds immense importance for the people of Pakistan.
With deep reverence and remembrance for the Bhutto family’s contributions to the nation, the WMOPC office bearers led the delegation in prayers. They paid their respects at the graves of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the former Prime Minister, and his daughter Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan’s first female Prime Minister.
The delegation offered Fatiha, a traditional Islamic prayer recited to honour and remember the deceased, as a gesture of appreciation for the Bhutto family’s pivotal role in shaping the country’s history.
The Flood Rehabilitation Project in Sindh aims to provide vital assistance and support to communities devastated by the recent floods. The visit to Garhi Khuda Baksh added a symbolic dimension to the ongoing relief efforts, emphasizing the importance of acknowledging the past while working towards a brighter future.
The WMOPC delegation pledged to continue their dedicated flood rehabilitation and community development endeavours.