Ameer Bux Bhutto

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Ameer Buksh Khan Bhutto (Urdu: امیر بخش خان بھٹو ‎) is Vice President of the Sindh National Front and an ex-Member of the Sindh Assembly. He is the son of Sardar Mumtaz Bhutto.[1] [2]

He holds a B.A. in Politics, Economics & Law from the University of Buckingham and a M. Phil in International Relations from Cambridge University. He wrote a thesis titled "Of Knights and Harlots: The Role of the Superpowers in the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War." He has also written dozens of articles published in English and Sindhi newspapers and magazines in Pakistan.

Poonja Gokuldas Meghji
Mitthibai Jinnahbhai
Jinnahbhai Poonja
Emibai Jinnah
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Maryam Jinnah
Ahmed Ali Jinnah
Bunde Ali Jinnah
Rahmat Ali Jinnah
Fatima Jinnah
Shireen Jinnah
Maryam Jinnah
Dina Wadia
(b. 1919)
Neville Wadia
Nusli Wadia
Maureen Wadia
Ness Wadia
(b. 1970)
Jehangir Wadia

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  1. ^ Ameer Bux Bhutto appointed Adviser to Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif. BUREAUCRACY INDIA. October 13, 2013.
  2. ^ Mumtaz Bhutto granted bail. Daily Times. January 6, 2009.