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No offshore company in name of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto.pic.twitter.com/Szbd7V0o6O
This is #PPP, voice of oppressed and downtrodden. Thank you Chairman @BBhuttoZardari for making us proud again. Syed Nasir Shah with #PTM workers on directives of Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party @BBhuttoZardari, assure them full support and protection in Sindh.pic.twitter.com/NgxWLdnYbG
Thank you @BBhuttoZardari once again for your prompt response. United we can stop, the hidden hands misusing the system.https://twitter.com/farhatullahb/status/1087401919079956481?s=21 …
#PTM workers in Karachi thanking Chairman PPP @BBhuttoZardari for raising voice for them and providing them legal assistance. #PPP Minister Syed Nasir Shah is with protestors with legal team to #ReleaseAlamZaib. Progressive Sindh, Peaceful Pakistan. #PTM #PPPpic.twitter.com/aZSnapaQ08
On Bilawal’s instructions Prisons Minister Nasir Shah and defence lawyers went to see Alamzeb Mehsud # PTMpic.twitter.com/KssjcZla4o
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