Sindh’s former chief minister Mumtaz Bhutto died on Sunday at the age of 94.
In Karachi, Mumtaz Bhutto, a close relative and assistant of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, previous Premiers and PPP founders, expired.
The political personality of Bhutto’s spokesman Ibrahim Abro, who served as Sindh’s governor before he became its chief minister, has been sick for some time.
Bhutto created his own party, the Sindh national front, after growing conflicts with the PPP (SNF). The combination of the SNF and the PTI had been announced in 2017.
Before the 2013 elections, Bhutto had already linked the SNF with the PML-N. However, once Bhutto developed issues with the PML-N, both parties divided themselves.