Bhutto’s son promises to continue dynasty
DELHI • The son of Pakistan’s former prime minister, Benazir Bhutto, vowed to continue his mother’s fight for democracy Thursday night as he declared himself the heir to her political dynasty.
In a rally before several hundred thousand supporters to mark the fifth anniversary of her assassination, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, 24, formally launched his political career by vowing the Bhuttos would never be silenced by violence.
The Oxford graduate invoked his mother’s memory at the family’s mausoleum in Sindh’s Garhi Khuda Bakhsh and laid claim to its bloodsoaked legacy, saying: “Bhutto is an emotion, a love.
“Every challenge is soaked in blood, but you will be the loser. However many Bhuttos you kill, more Bhuttos will emerge from every house.”