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Fatima Bhutto’s Private Wedding

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Fatima Bhutto, the granddaughter of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, got married in a private ceremony in Karachi. The nikkah ceremony was held at the family’s residence, 70 Clifton, and was attended by Fatima’s close family members. Her brother, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, shared the happy news on Twitter.

Fatima wore a white Anarkali suit with bangles and a silver maang tikka, while her husband wore a white Pathani suit. The family opted for an intimate ceremony due to the difficult circumstances faced by their fellow countrymen and women.

Fatima Bhutto was born in 1982 and has authored several books, including a memoir titled ‘Songs of Blood and Sword’, which narrates the story of her family’s turbulent political history. She’s also written for various international publications such as The Guardian, The Financial Times, and The New York Times.

Fatima’s family has a significant imprint on Pakistan’s political history. Her grandfather was the country’s prime minister, and her aunt, Benazir Bhutto, also served as the country’s premier. However, Fatima has largely remained out of the political spotlight, focusing instead on her career as a writer and activist.

Fatima Bhutto, the granddaughter of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, got married in a private ceremony in Karachi, attended by close family members. Fatima has authored several books and has remained out of the political spotlight, focusing on her career as a writer and activist. Her family has a significant imprint on Pakistan’s political history.

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