Karachi, Apr. 18 (ANI): Sindh National Front chief and late Benazir Bhutto's uncle Mumtaz Ali Bhutto has claimed that Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari is causing rift in the Bhutto clan.
He advised Benazir Bhutto's younger sister Sanam Bhutto to beware of Zardari who according to him was using her to cause damage to the Bhutto family, The Nation reports.
The SNF chief also urged her to not to bring the family matters before the media, as discussing family matters in public would bring a bad name to the Bhutto clan while such land issues could be amicably solved.
"The dispute over land could be settled sitting jointly," he said adding that no results could be achieved from courts and the administration.
Mumtaz Bhutto further said: "Thirteen months back, when Shaheed Benazir was being laid to rest, I had advised Sanam Bhutto to get back from London and look after the property and resolve the dispute over it through talks but she refused."
He said Zardari was a failed President.
He said: "It is a matter of utter shame for present rulers as they could get just 1 billion dollars from Japan after wandering for 13 months all over the world in the times when people were committing suicides and selling their children to get flour." (ANI)