of Benazir Bhutto
Benazir Bhutto was born on June 21, 1953, at Karachi's Pinto Hospital, Pakistan. She was the eldest child of former Premier Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and and Begum Nusrat Bhutto. She had three younger siblings Murtaza, Shahnawaz and Sanam. Benazir went to school in Karachi through high school. She passed her O-level examinations at the age of 15. She then went on to complete her A-Levels at the Karachi Grammar School. From 1969 to 1973 she attended Radcliffe College in the United States. Between 1973 and 1977 she took a wide variety of courses in international law and diplomacy, economics, philosophy and politics.
Benazir Bhutto returned to Pakistan in June 1977. She came back to Pakistan to attend his burial ceremony when her younger brother Shah Nawaz died under mysterious circumstances in July 1984 in Paris. She got married Asif Ali Zardari on 18 December 1987 in Karachi. The couple had three children: two daughters Bakhtawar and Asifa and a son named Bilawal.
Benazir Bhutto became the first female prime minister of Pakistan in 1988. In 1993, Bhutto was elected for a second term after the 1993 parliamentary elections. On June 2006, she received an Honorary LL.D degree from the University of Toronto. Benazir Bhutto was moved to Dubai with her children, after her defeat in the general election of 1997. After almost 9 Years in 2007 she returned to Pakistan. General Pervez Musharraf was present during this time.
Benazir Bhutto was assassinated on December 27, 2007, as a gun and bomb suicide attack immediately after she had addressed an election rally of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) at Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh Park. It was the same place where Pakistan’s first Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated on October 16, 1951, just after four years of independence. Benazir’s Assassination is a mystery that whether it was a suicide attack or a target killing and that is yet to decide. The matter is under investigation. The government of Pakistan has deputed Scotland Yard team to investigate the matter.
Benazir Bhutto was the two time Prime Minister of Pakistan the Chairperson of the PPP and the first lady Prime Minister of the Muslim world. She was an intelligent woman, wise and experienced politician and the most prominent political figure of the world. The attack targeting Pakistan’s most Prominent opposition leader dealt a new shock to a world already troubled by political terrorism and clouded the process of the general election and country’s political failure.
Benazir’s father, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the former Prime Minister was executed also in Rawalpindi on April 4, 1979, whose execution was a controversial conspiracy to murder or judicial murder. Her youngest brother Shahnawaz Bhutto was found mysteriously dead on July 18, 1985, while living in exile in France. Her other brother Murtaza Bhutto was killed in a mysterious shooting outside his home in Karachi on September 20, 1996. Her younger sister, Sanam Bhutto has not engaged herself in politics. Benazir sacrificed her life for the sake of democracy like her other family members. She has left behind her grieved husband Asif Ali Zardari, two daughters and a son.
The president, Pervez Musharraf announced a three day national morning for. On December 28, 2007, she was buried amid most grief, shock and anger at Ghari Khuda Bakhsh in Larkana next to her father Z.A Bhutto in her family mausoleum. The coffin was draped with the green, red and black tricolour of the PPP. Moumers wept inconsolably and beat their chests at the funeral. Benazir’s killing was widely condemned at both national and international level. Her tragic death is a great loss to democracy. The tragic death of the daughter of the east leaves behind an indelible legacy. A pall of gloom and grief, a wave of anger and anxiety and many unanswered questions, not only as to who killed her and why but also on the very future of Pakistan. Pakistan has to bear a heavy political, economic and financial loss after her death now. Tolerance, forbearance and wisdom are the need of time. It is a high time to provoke emotions of nationalism among the people.
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