Ameer Buksh Khan Bhutto

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Sardar Ameer Buksh Khan Bhutto (Urdu: امیر بخش خان بھٹو) is President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Sindh and an ex-Member of the Sindh Assembly. He is the son of Sardar Mumtaz Bhutto.[1] [2] and after the death of Sardar Mumtaz Bhutto, he was elected as Chief Sardar of Bhutto tribe of Sindh.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics, Economics & Law from the University of Buckingham and a Master of Philosophy degree in International Relations from Cambridge University.[citation needed] 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.[citation needed]

He ran for the seat of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh twice, in 2002 general election and again in 2008 election but was defeated twice by Muhammad Ayaz Soomro.[3][4]

On 10 November 2017, Ameer Buksh Khan Bhutto while meeting with Shah Mehmood Qureishi, announced he was joining Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Mohammad Khan
Fatah Mohammad Khan
Mittho Khan
Mohammad Qasim Khan
Abro Khan
Sahato Khan
Pir Bux Khan
Doda Khan
Khuda Bux Bhutto
Ghulam Murtaza Bhutto
(1862 – 1940)
Shah Nawaz Bhutto
(1888 – 1957)
Khursheed Begum
(Lakhi Bai)
Nabi Bux Khan Bhutto
(1887 – 1965)
Mumtaz Begum Sahiba BhuttoMuhammad Mustafa Khan BahadurZulfikar Ali Bhutto
(1928 – 1979)
Nusrat Ispahani Bhutto
(1929 – 2011)
Imdad Ali BhuttoSikander Ali BhuttoMashoq BhuttoMumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto
(1933 – 2021)
Shahnawaz Bhutto
(1958 – 1985)
Raehana Fassihuddin BhuttoSanam Bhutto
(1957- )
Nasir HussainFowzia Fassihuddin BhuttoMurtaza Bhutto
(1954 – 1996)
Ghinwa Itaoui BhuttoBenazir Bhutto
(1953 – 2007)
Asif Ali Zardari
(1955- )
Ameer Bux Bhutto
(1954-)
Ali Haider Bhutto
Sassi BhuttoShahmir HussainAzadi HussainFatima Bhutto
(1982- )
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto JrBilawal Bhutto
(1988- )
Bakhtawar Bhutto
(1990-)
Asifa Bhutto


  not direct relatives (only related by marriage)


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  1. ^ Ameer Bux Bhutto appointed Adviser to Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif. Archived 2013-10-15 at archive.today BUREAUCRACY INDIA. October 13, 2013.
  2. ^ Mumtaz Bhutto granted bail. Archived November 3, 2011, at the Wayback Machine Daily Times. January 6, 2009.
  3. ^ "2002 election result" (PDF). ECP. Retrieved 20 March 2018.
  4. ^ "2008 election result" (PDF). ECP. Retrieved 20 March 2018.