On Mother’s Day, Bilawal shares a heartbreaking video of his deceased mother, Benazir, with all three children.

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari also shared childhood memories of Mother’s Day as many people participated in social media to write messages of love for their mothers (and mother figures) on Sunday.

In the video, you can see Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto being with her three children, Villa Wal, Bach Tawar and Ashifa in an interview with Indian actress and talk show host Shimiga Lewal.

The youngest, Aseefa, chats, and Benazir says, “She talks a lot.”

Young Bilawal is wearing a T-shirt with a photo of her mother on the front and a photo of her grandfather Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on the back.

Bilawal puts the video caption “Your heaven is under your mother’s feet” and wishes you a happy Mother’s Day “to all mothers”.

Garewal, who shared an interview on a YouTube page years after Benazir was assassinated, wrote that they felt awe of the leader before they met. “I read her book and did tremendous research. [like] “The real-life heroine,” she recalled.

“I was amazed at her lack of bluff. She had neither air nor grace. She introduced us to the kids, personally fed cakes and tea to each of my crew, and a lovely silver souvenir that I cherish. I gave it.” Meeting in Dubai.


Benazir’s children often paid homage to their deceased mother on special occasions in their lives. The first photo I took with my fiancé Mahmood Choudhry at Bakhtawar’s engagement ceremony last year included a portrait of the former prime minister.

In her nikah, Bilawal said, “In this moment of joy, I felt like my mother was watching us.”

Young Scion in a column contributed for British publications tutelar In 2018, his mother wrote, “With her life and persevering courage it undoubtedly proved that a woman can certainly do everything.”

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Recalling when Benazir was pregnant with his sister Baktawar, Bilawal said his mother’s prime minister was challenged by that fact alone. “Because a pregnant woman did not have the right to become prime minister, it demanded her dismissal and the establishment of a custodian government. That’s different from the constitution allowing maternity leave.

“My mother walked all this with a smile on her face, secretly gave birth to a baby, and came back to work the next day,” he wrote.