KARACHI, April 17: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has expressed deeply-felt grief and sorrow over the sad demise of senior PPP leader and Trade Union and Human Rights activist Lateef Mughal and paid him glowing tributes for his services to the Party and its democratic struggle.
Senior PPP leader and former President of Peoples Workers Union (CBA) of K-Electric Lateef Mughal was also a senior member of Media Cell Bilawal House till his death. He passed away today afternoon after prolonged illness.
In a statement issued here, the PPP Chairman said that death of Lateef Mughal was a not only a great loss to our Party but the civil society as well because he worked closely with three generations of PPP leadership with commitment, loyalty and hard-work.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari eulogized his life-long affiliation with the Party as he underwent imprisonments and torture but stood steadfastly with the Party and its struggle for restoration and strengthening of democracy.
He said that Lateef Mughal will never be forgotten by Party leadership and workers for decades and the vacuum created by his untimely death can hardly be filled.