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Nitish Kumar pays homage to Benazir, Zulfikar Last Updated : 11 Nov 2012 08:03:37 PM IST Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addresses a meeting during his visit to the Sindh Assembly on Saturday.
Accompanied by Speaker Sindh Assembly Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Kumar laid floral wreaths at the mazars and stood silent for a while to pay homage to the PPP leaders.
Kumar, who arrived in Karachi on November 9, will also travel to Lahore and Islamabad during his week-long goodwill visit to Pakistan.
Earlier, on their arrival at Moen-Jo-Daro airport in Larkana from Karachi by a special aircraft, Kumar and his 12-member delegation were welcomed by school students and officials of the district administration, Pakistan's state-run news agency reported.
Yesterday, Kumar visited mausoleum of Mohammad Ali Jinnah to pay homage to the founder of Pakistan.
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