You Members Of The Party Must Study The Problems Of The Common Man And Carry The Party's Message To The Masses. In This Way They Will Be Brought To The Right Path And We Shall Correct Our MISTAKES.

Kal Be Bhutto Zindh tah .
AAj Be bHutto Zindh Hai,
Sada je Bhuttoism ke Jan pak Watan Pakistan

Following is the Profile of Federal Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti who was assassinated here on Wednesday morning.

Speaker Sindh Assembly provincial ministers and PPP leaders strongly condemned the assassination of Federal Minorities Minister Shahbaz Bhatti. In a joint statement issued here Wednesday, Speaker Sindh Assembly Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Senior Minister for Education Pir Mazharul Haq, Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza, Provincial Ministers Makhdoom Jameeluz Zaman and Zahid Bhurgari, Media Coordinator of Sindh Government and PPP General Secretary Taj Hyder and Chief Minister’s Media Consultant Aftab Ahmed Khanzada have termed Bhatti’s assassination as part of conspiracy against Pakistan.

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Punjab chapter held a meeting to condole the assassination of Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti, at the party headquarters in Faisal Town on Thursday. Under the chairmanship of provincial secretary Samiullah Khan Durrani, the party paid rich tribute to the minister for his efforts to boost the living standard of the minorities in the country.

Pakistani security officials detain Mumtaz Hussain Qadri (C), one of their colleagues who allegedly killed Salman Taseer, the governor of Pakistan’s most populous province of Punjab, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 04 January 2011. Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on 04 January that one of the police guards of Salman Taseer killed him. The motive behind the murder reportedly was Taseer’s stance on amendments of country’s blasphemy’s laws.

Governor Punjab Salman Taseer was dead after one of his guards, named Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri, opened fire on him when he was going towards his car in Kohsar Market here today.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik confirmed to the media that the guard has been arrested. He has confessed that he opened fire on the governor because of his support to Asia Bibi, he added. Asia Bibi was convicted on blasphemy.
Killing of Salman Taseer in the capital was the most high-profile assassination of a political figure in Pakistan since the slaying of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007.

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani condemned the assassination of his ally and ordered an immediate inquiry into the killing.

Interior Minister Reham Malik said Mr Taseer, 56, had been shot because of his high-profile opposition to the blasphemy laws.


A powerful Governor of the largest province of Pakistan, the Punjab would be killed by his guard or gum man. But no escape from death where it is to come and when is to come it will; and one will reach there to die. This happened exactly like the Prime Minister of India was killed by her Sikh Body Guard. So, security, guards, blocking the roads for VIP's, putting the common man in trouble, will be of no use if one has to die and his time is fixed no power on earth can save a person.

Karachi port is the main gateway for Western military supplies bound for Afghanistan and serious insecurity could disrupt shipments and pile pressure on the government.

While the violence has been confined to targeted tit-for-tat shootings, there are fears street clashes could erupt in the country's commercial hub, which is home to its main port and financial markets.

The country's main stock exchange has ignored the violence but analysts say any escalation is likely to hurt the fragile market.

The violence in the city of 16 million people is between Karachi's dominant political force, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), and a breakaway faction known as the Mohajir Qaumi Movement, or Haqiqi group, as they vie for influence.

Karachi police chief Waseem Ahmed told Reuters that 26 people had been killed in targeted attacks this month up to Sunday, with most of the dead members of the breakaway faction. Other police officials said five people were killed on Monday.

"Karachi is totally anarchic at the moment as there is a serious command and control problem in the political factions," said Mutahir Ahmed, a professor of international relations at the University of Karachi.

Stock analysts say investors are getting used to daily violence in the northwest, although fighting in the Swat valley northwest of Islamabad has unnerved the market over recent weeks.

But violence in Karachi has a more direct impact.

"If the trouble escalates, that could potentially be the last nail in the coffin for our market," said Sajid Bhanji, a dealer at brokers Arif Habib Ltd.

The index, which has gained about 18 percent this year after losing 58.3 percent in 2008, was slightly up on Monday morning.