Biography courtesy of BIO. Another brother, Murtaza, died in while his sister was in power in a gun battle with police in Karachi. While in self-imposed exile in Britain and Dubai, she was convicted in of corruption and sentenced to three years in prison.
She continued to direct her party from abroad, being re-affirmed as PPP leader in She was placed under house arrest Nov. She always tried her best to allow women to succeed.
It was an enormous honor, and an equally enormous responsibility Bhutto returned to Pakistan on October 18,after President Musharraf granted her amnesty on all corruption charges, opening the way for her return and a possible power-sharing agreement. Mehsud has denied involvement.
She became the first ever female prime minister of a Muslim nation on December 1, Bhutto reportedly had been planning to give two visiting American lawmakers a page report accusing the Musharraf government of taking steps to rig the Jan.
But the forces of destiny and the forces of history had thrust me forward, and I felt privileged and awed. Bhutto was killed when an assassin fired shots and then blew himself up after an election campaign rally in Rawalpindi on December 27, The pair were only fully released in April Bhutto family Bhutto was born on 21 June in the Pakistani city of Karachi.
She only survived after ducking down at the moment of impact behind her armored vehicle. Pakistan is armed with nuclear weapons and is a key U. Under growing pressure—including from the U. Benazir Bhutto was a very strong leader who truly became an inspiration to many people around the world.
She influenced people that they have to experience bad things to reach their goal. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf announced three days of mourning.
After many years of elections, exiles, corruption charges, discriminations, etc.
I had not asked for this role; I had not asked for this mantle. Emergency rule was lifted Dec.
But, being the strong leader she was, she never gave up. Bhutto called for his resignation four days later. The attack also killed 28 others and wounded at least another Asif Ali Zardari was released from prison in and rejoined his family in London In the autumn ofin the face of death threats from radical Islamists, and the hostility of the government, Benazir Bhutto and her husband returned to their native country.
Benazir Bhutto was the daughter of renowned politician, and she sought to reform Pakistan’s government in order to improve the lives of her citizens.
She was elected twice as Prime Minister of Pakistan, and she served for a total of four years as Pakistan’s leader (Wynbrandt, James).
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Ideologically a liberal and a secularist, she chaired or co-chaired the Children: Bilawal, Bakhtawar, Aseefa.
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She showed that anything is possible, as long as you try and put all of your effort into whatever your goal is, and of course, to never give up.
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