Wahid Baksh Bhutto (Wahid Bux Bhutto) (born 1898, died 25 December 1931) was a landowner of Sindh, and an elected representative to the Central Legislative Assembly of India. G.M Syed and Pir Ali Muhammad Rashidi have both mentioned in their biographical accounts on Wahid Baksh that judging by the progress he made during the short time he was alive, had Wahid Baksh not expired at such an early age, he would have undoubtedly dominated the political landscape of Sindh. They are of the view that at this young age he had shown a great deal of promise and was well on his way to distinguish himself amongst not only the landlords and politicians of Sindh, but also amongst entrepreneurs and businessmen alike.
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