Jinnah of Pakistan’s author, Stanley Waltut, died

Jinnah of Pakistan's author, Stanley Waltut, died

Jinnah of Pakistan’s author, Stanley Waltut, died

Washington: Renowned writer Stanley Walpreet, who got the reputation from ‘Jinnah’s Pakistan’ book in Pakistan, died at the age of 91.

The American state of Stanley Waltut died in California where he left his 65-year-old wife Dravothi and two sons.

Stanley Walper was born on December 23, 1927 and was studying childhood.

He received high education from ‘South Asia Studios’ from Pennsylvania University, after which he wrote books on the titles of Pakhtunkhwa.

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He dedicated his education for 59 years of educational services, while writing 15 books, including four legendary books.

His most read book in Pakistan is ‘Jinnah of Pakistan’ which was written in 1982.

This booklet founds you in the life of Pakistan leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah, in which the Sahabi tribe is struggling and describing their services for Pakistan.

Stanley Walper wrote the ‘Forgotten of Pakistan’ founder is one of the best biography written on Pakistan.

Also, Stephen Walter has written the biography of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

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