The former chief minister and governor of Sindh, Mumtaz Bhutto, passed away at his residence in Karachi on Sunday.
Mumtaz was born on November 28, 1933, in Larkana. He was a founding member of the PPP and was first elected to the National Assembly in 1965.
The leader later left PPP and formed the Sindh National Front. In 2017, he merged the political party with PTI.
His spokesperson Ibrahim Abro, while confirming his death, said he had been ill for some time. He added that Bhutto’s body will be taken to Larkana for the funeral. He was 94 years old.
Prime Minister Imran Khan send his condolences to his family.