Senate passes resolution expressing deep grief over demise of Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo

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Islamabad, 21 August 2020 – Mudasser Chudhary:

The Senate on Friday unanimously passed a resolution, expressing deep grief and sorrow over the demise of Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo.

The resolution moved by Leader of the Opposition Raja Zafar-ul-Haq paid a rich tribute to the political struggle of the late National Party leader.

The resolution stated that Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo was a thorough democrat, a seasoned politician, and a highly respected veteran nationalist leader. He was born in a family that played a significant role in national politics. Throughout his political career, Senator Bizenjo raised voice for the people’s rights, but categorically opposed to the armed resistance and militancy. The resolution said that Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo used to believe in peaceful democratic and parliamentary ways. He was an exponent of progressive politics in Pakistan. 

The House offered fateha for the departed soul of late Senator Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo and paid rich tributes for his contribution to strengthen democracy in the country.

Speaking on the occasion, lawmakers said services and political struggle of late Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo will always be remembered.

Mushahid Hussain Syed termed demise of Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo as national tragedy. He said the late Senator was an upright and man of principles, setting bright examples for his followers.

Mushahidullah Khan said Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo was one of those people, who wanted to see democracy flourishing and rule of law in the country.

Sherry Rehman said Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo had become a symbol of progressive politics in Pakistan and never compromised on principles. 

Maulana Atta-ur-Rehman emphasized on pursuing political ideology of Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo to take the country forward.

Sarfaraz Bugti said remained steadfast against all sorts of dictatorships and the country has deprived a great and visionary leader.

Mushtaq Ahmed said Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo believed in non-violent and democratic way of politics. He said the late Senator always struggled for democracy, civilian supremacy, fundamental rights, provincial autonomy, and resolving political issues in a political way.

The House will now meet on Monday at 5pm.

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