Eid 1St Day Eid Greetings With #Mard_Mujahid Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party #AsifAlizardariSb @ZardariHouse Nawab Shah
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Meanwhile former democratically elected President @AAliZardari arrested before his trial even began #NayaDictatorshiphttps://twitter.com/dawn_com/status/1150716045713387520 …
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Children's Emergency Centre at Civil Hospital, Karachi is a great example of public private partnership between #SindhGovt & Child Life Foundation. This centre has been providing free medical treatment to children since 2011 #SindhFactspic.twitter.com/9xczzQlm0T
. @BBhuttoZardari ‘s rally against inflation, unemployment and the Selcted govt. Just because they censor it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. People refuse to be silenced. They will not be deterred. #SelectedHukumatNaManzoorpic.twitter.com/an6VMQ0vva
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