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‘He fought for equality’ – Bilawal pays tributes to Muhammad Ali

‘He fought for equality’ – Bilawal pays tributes to Muhammad Ali

KARACHI: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party has expressed grief and sorrow over the demise of world’s greatest heavy-weight boxing legend Muhammad Ali who passed away in Arizona state of the United States.

“Muhammad Ali was not only a greatest sportsman but also among greatest human beings the earth has ever produced who fought against his opponents with same spirit whether it was boxing ring or against racism and discrimination against his people,” he stated in a statement.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that Muhammad Ali will add as a golden chapter into the history of mankind for his bold and straight-forward struggle, which changed negative thoughts and attitudes of millions of people towards human equality around the world.

Paying tributes to the greatest boxing icon, the PPP Chairman further said that Muhammad Ali will always in the memories of all people especially the generations of millions of people whose lives marked great improvements due to his efforts and narratives.

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