A prominent leaf-leaned politician of Pakistan with malayali origin B.M.Kutty has passed away today. B.M.Kutty aged 89 was born in Tirur in malappuram, Kerala.
B. M. Kutty, Pakistan's veteran rights activist, passes away after a prolonged illness. His life marks an endless struggle for peace, justice and classless society. Rest in peace Kutty sahib, you're survived with hundreds of your students and followers.
— Marvi Sirmed (@marvisirmed) August 25, 2019
Biyyathul Muhiyudheen Kutty (B.M.Kutty) was born in 1930. He migrated to pakistan from Tirur In Malappuram from 1949. He has been actively worked for leaf leaning political parties in pakistan like National Democratic Party, Pakistan National Party and Pakistani Awami League.
He was currently the secretary general of Pakistan Peace Coalition and director of Pakistan Labour Education and Research. He was also worked as a journalist. He has even written column for Malayalam dailies from Pakistan. His autobiography titled ‘ Sixty Years in Self-Exile- A Political Autobiography’ is a noted work.
Sad to learn about the death of veteran left activist BM Kutty. Originally fm Kerala, Kutty came to Pakistan as a young man & became a key figure in the politics of his new homeland, championing progressive causes. He was a close confidant of veteran Baloch leader GB Bizenjo. RIP
— Talat Aslam (@titojourno) August 25, 2019