Bilawal Bhutto’s message on 273rd Uris of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai

PPP would continue to promote teachings of the Sufis of this land who professed love, peace, brotherhood and harmony among the humanity without any kind of discrimination, Chairman PPP said.

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KARACHI, November 14: Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the message for a global peace, harmony and tolerance by Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai should be disseminated far and wide so that every citizen of the world may grasp the Sufi pearls and humanity lessons of the great Saint from Sindh.
In a message on the eve of 273rd Uris of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, PPP Chairman said that teachings of brotherhood and human fraternity in the timeless and spiritual poetry of Bhittai Sarkar would be of immense importance for the world peace. “Every effort should be made to translate Bhittai’s poetry in more regional and international languages to share this literary, philosophical and spiritual treasure trove with the entire world,” he added.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari paid tributes to Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai adding that he remains the shining landmark in the history of human philosophy, who preserved and adorned the historic and heroic characters of the region into an imperishable and indelible poetry.
PPP Chairman said that his Party would continue to promote teachings of the Sufis of this land who professed love, peace, brotherhood and harmony among the humanity without any kind of discrimination.
He also urged for more security to the shrine of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai and foolproof security to the followers, disciples and pilgrims participating in his 273rd Uris being observed tomorrow at Bhitshah.

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