Hundreds of thousands turn out to see Pakistan's rising son

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Hundreds of thousands turn out to see Pakistan's rising son - Asia - World - The Independent
Five years after the assassination of Pakistan's former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, her son and political heir has outlined his vision for the country in a speech his supporters claimed marked the launch of his own career in politics. Critics said it underscored the enduring presence of dynastic politics, more than 65 years after the creation of Pakistan.

More than 200,000 party workers and supporters gathered at the Bhutto family mausoleum near Larkana in the southern Pakistani province of Sindh to hear 24-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari deliver his first major political address. Security was reportedly very tight and more than 15,000 police were on duty as the Oxford University graduate and other leaders of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) addressed the crowds, and paid emotional tributes to the late Ms Bhutto.
 

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Another good for nothing same like Rahul Gandhi over here,born with silver spoon in the mouth.

I think each country has such specimen in the USA it was Bush Jr.
 

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Title modified: Hundreds of thousands turn out to see Pakistan's rising nepotism.
 

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Funny thing he can't even speak Urdu.
Only the Bhutto name is enough.

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another wastrel who is gonna suckle on the system and bleed it dry.

All hail pak..the mistress of the yanks
 

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Imagine if bhutto and rahul gandhi become pm of both respective nation.
Where will these 2 leead the nations ?
 

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Bilawal Bhutto is No Rahul Gandhi - India Real Time - WSJ
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who made his first major political speech Thursday in Pakistan, appears a much more eager politician than Rahul Gandhi.
Good comparision by WSJ between Rahul Gandhi and Bilawal. Bilawal's urdu may be bad but atleast he had shown the intent of becoming full fledged politician, he even took on the judiciary on his very first public speech, unfortunately Rahul Gandhi mostly stays silent on any controversial issue.
 

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Funny thing he can't even speak Urdu.
Only the Bhutto name is enough.

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true, zardari want to make last effort to revive his PPP popularity.

bilo has learned little bit of urdu and try to copy his mother style during speeches to fool paki janta
 

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