Supporters prepare for Bhutto's return to ancestral home

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October 27, 2007 04:17

 
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Supporters readied a heroine's welcome for former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto when she finally arrives at her ancestral village after an eight-year exile. Bhutto, set to arrive Saturday, hoped to pay respects at the tomb of her father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto - Pakistan's first popularly elected leader, who was hanged three decades ago. "When B.B. comes it will be the happiest moment for me," said Mohammed Suleiman, 33, who has been offering daily respects at the tomb for more than a decade.

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