By Shahzad Murad
KARACHI: TPD Investigations Desk has learnt exclusive details of Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari’s fiance.
Leaked engagement invitation cards of Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari went viral across numerous social media platforms; which gave a rise to stories about Bakhtawar’s soon-to-be husband Mahmood Choudhry.
In an official statement by Pakistan People’s Party, the party clarified all the misinformation that has been circulating on almost all media platforms.
PPP media cell in an official statement mentioned that Mahmood Choudhry — son of Mohammad Younas Choudhry and Begum Suriya Choudhry is based and managing his business in Dubai, UAE.
As it was disclosed a few days ago Bakhtawar the eldest daughter of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari will get engaged to Mahmood Choudhry on Nov 27th, this year. The engagement ceremony is set to take place at Bilawal House in Karachi.
Denying the earlier rumors concerning Bakhtawar’s future in-laws being US-based business tycoon, PPP media cell clarified that Mahmood Choudhry’s family are natives of an old town in Lahore, Pakistan. In 1973, Mahmood’s father Mohammad Younas Choudhry moved to UAE where he has successfully established his businesses in the construction and transport industry after years of hard work and dedication.
PPP media cell further provided information about Mahmood’s birthplace and academic qualification. He is the youngest of five siblings, born on July 28, 1988; in Abu Dhabi UAE. After completing his primary and secondary education in the UAE and UK respectively; Mahmood went to the University of Durham to pursue his education in Law.
As per sources, the wedding ceremony of Mahmood and Bakhtawar is also in pipeline which is expected to take place during January, next year. Speculations about Bakhtawar’s wedding looks are already making rounds on social media as well.
While sharing PPP’s official clarification statement, on microblogging site Twitter Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari also expressed her gratitude to people for the best wishes, “Thank you everyone for the good wishes”.