[163] Comparisons with Aquino were often made — and welcomed by Bhutto — because both women had fought against a military dictatorship and spent time in exile. [206] The U.S. was funneling money to these mujahedeen through Pakistan, although preferred to deal directly with Beg, Gul, and Ishaq Khan rather than through Bhutto. [427] The PPP's manifesto called for greater civilian oversight of, and restrictions on, the military and intelligence agencies. [216], — Bhutto's speech rallying Kashmiri militants to fight for independence from India, 1990[212], After accusations of being too conciliatory towards India, Bhutto took a harder line against them, particularly on the Kashmir conflict. Despite these difficulties, Bhutto led the PPP to victory in the election, taking 93 of the 205 contested seats. [287], In June 1994, Murtaza was released on bail,[285] and at his subsequent trial he was acquitted of all charges. [229] [517] She read a number of self-help books, telling a friend that "for all the lows in my life, those self-help books helped me survive, I can tell you". Bhutto was born at the Pinto's Nursing Home on 21 June 1953 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. [243], In the 1990 general election, the PPP only secured 45 of the 217 seats. [413], Bhutto described the main problem facing her country as the clash between "moderation and extremism",[414] and was pessimistic about her safety. [189] Beg made it clear to Bhutto that the military would not tolerate her interference in their control of the defence and foreign affairs. [123] The event was billed as the "People's Wedding", serving as a de facto political rally,[124] with a subsequent party in a Lyari stadium being attended by 200,000 people. My party and I will stand by you, shoulder to shoulder. [331] When this news reached Bhutto, she responded by high-alerting the Air Force Strategic Command. [226] While in Washington D.C., she met with CIA director William Webster, who showed her a mock-up of the Pakistani nuclear weapon and stated his opinion that research the project it had reached a crescendo in the final years of Zia's government. [204], As Premier, Bhutto was reluctant to challenge the ISI's support for the Islamist mujahideen forces in Afghanistan which were then engaged in a civil war against the country's Marxist–Leninist government. [239], Tales of corruption in public-sector industries began to surface, which undermined the credibility of Bhutto. A wedding card of Bakhtawar and Mahmood has been making rounds on social media since Friday, giving rise to speculations regarding her marriage. [364] He was a secularist and repealed the Hudood Ordinances, an achievement Bhutto had been unable to make. [299] Murtaza maintained that it was he, rather than his sister, who was the standard-bearer for their father's championing of the downtrodden. [199] Her conservative critics continued to claim it was un-Islamic for a woman to govern,[200] and unsuccessfully tried to have Pakistan suspended from the international Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on this basis. [300] He espoused a socialist platform different from his sister's and called for internal elections within the PPP, which could have resulted in the removal of Bhutto. The two paid their respects to Benazir Bhutto — Pakistan's first woman prime minister. Amid protest and civil disorder in Sindh Province following the imposition of Operation Clean-up, the IDA government lost control of the province. [500], Allen commented that although "the cards might have been stacked in Bhutto's favor—she was rich, educated, aristocratic, the favored daughter of a very powerful father—nevertheless, her achievement was a remarkable one" given the male-dominated environment of late-20th century Pakistani society. [425] She then publicly denounced Musharraf, fearing that any association with him would damage her credibility. They were Sunni Muslims, although Nusrat had been born into a Shia Muslimfamily befor… [59] In later years, Bhutto acknowledged that at this time she had been ignorant of the Pakistani Army's complicity in the atrocities in Bangladesh,[60] although always maintained that her father was blameless on the issue. Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, daughter of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto and Former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari, has gotten engaged to Dubai-based businessman Mahmood Choudhry. I am not giving myself away. [397] As a result of their discussions, it was agreed that the Pakistani authorities would drop all charges of corruption against both Bhutto and her husband. [156] She was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Pakistan on 2 December 1988. [12] Bhutto Zardari contested from Karachi District South (NA-246), Malakand (NA-8) as well as Larkana (NA-200). [182] She entrusted Shamsul Hasan with dismantling the National Press Trust, a conglomerate of over 15 newspapers, but President Khan delayed signing the documents and thus the Trust would only be broken up during her second premiership. If our demands are not met, we will not support the government any move. A member of the politically prominent Bhutto and Zardari families, he is the son of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto and former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. [241] He claimed that this was necessary owing to her government's corruption and inability to maintain law and order. [224], After Bhutto became Prime Minister, President Khan and the military were reluctant to tell her about Pakistan's nuclear program,[225] and it remains unknown how much Bhutto knew about the issue during her first term in office. A final meeting took place in 1995, which Musharraf also joined. [109] Bhutto biographer Shyam Bhatia thought that this was probably Zulfikar's intention, as the latter would have recognised the significant impediments to a woman being elected leader in a conservative Islamic society like Pakistan. If you mean, am I rich by European standards, do I have a billion dollars, or even a hundred million dollars, even half that, no, I do not. [234] She did not repeal the Hudood Ordinances, which remained in law until 2006. [222][223] [339][338] Troops surrounded Bhutto's residence,[338] while Zardari tried to leave the country for Dubai, but was arrested and imprisoned, charged with money laundering and involvement in Murtaza's murder. [485] Under Bhutto, Ahmed wrote, people from the wealthy feudal class dominated the PPP "both at the federal and provincial levels". [268], John Burns, a journalist from The New York Times, investigated the business transactions of Bhutto and his wife, exposing the scale of their corruption. At an event unveiling the manifesto, Bilawal said that if given the opportunity, the party would focus on implementing a poverty eradication programme. [465] Musharraf, facing likely impeachment, resigned as president in August. [436] In the afternoon, she gave a speech at a PPP rally held in Rawalpindi's Liaquat National Bagh. [519] Allen thought her to have "some genuine, if unorthodox, religious belief, mixed up with superstition". Now that the date of Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari's engagement is approaching, speculations have moved from who and where the groom is to who and what will she wear.. This was the 10th manifesto by the party and was titled, Bibi ka Waada Nibhaana Hai Pakistan Bachana Hai (We have to fulfill Benazir's promise and save Pakistan). But, according to American ambassador to Pakistan, William Milam's bibliography, Bangladesh and Pakistan: Flirting with Failure in South Asia, the Eighth Plan (which reflected the planned economy of the Soviet Union) was doomed to meet with failure from the very beginning of 1994, as the policies were weak and incoherent. The four have one thing in common: They're all men. [105], While in exile, Benazir became a rallying point for the PPP. Please never mention the railways to me again". [265] The former was appointed investment minister, chief of the Intelligence Bureau, director-general of the Federal Investigation Agency, and chair of the new Environment Protection Council. [36] She involved herself in campaigns against American involvement in the Vietnam War, joining a Moratorium Day protest on Boston Common. Benazir had also needed, in view of the fact that it was now a unipolar world with the U.S. at the helm, to amend PPP’s anti-American stance. [citation needed] There was nevertheless much mutual suspicion among the parties in the MRD, with Bhutto having reluctantly allowed groups that firmly opposed her father's government to join. This is the speech where Bhutto Zardari coined the term 'PM Select' for Imran Khan who sworn in as Prime Minister Pakistan after a controversial General Elections of 2018. Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari with father Asif Ali Zardari | Photo Credit: Twitter. [47], In autumn 1973, Bhutto relocated to the United Kingdom and began studying for a second undergraduate degree, in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford. [320], Overall, the living standard for people in Pakistan declined as inflation and unemployment grew at an exponential rate particularly as UN sanctions began to take effect. She hand-picked officers and promoted them based on their pro-democracy views while the President gave constitutional authorisation for their promotion. [337][338] She nevertheless maintained that the country's economic problems were the fault of Sharif's previous administration. [66] Both Zulfikar and Benazir believed that Zia's coup had been assisted by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Zulfikar claimed that in a 1976 meeting, U.S. diplomat Henry Kissinger had told him that the U.S. would make "a horrible example" of him if he did not terminate Pakistan's efforts to build a nuclear bomb. But her children hold no grudges and say they respect their mother’s choices. In retrospect, her best and worst qualities seem so intimately linked that the course of her career might almost have been predicted. The Pakistani government honored Bhutto on her birthday by renaming Islamabad's airport Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Muree Road of Rawalpindi as Benazir Bhutto Road[547] and Rawalpindi General Hospital as Benazir Bhutto Hospital. Her chief assets were her intelligence, her confidence, and the fact that she could talk to people of various backgrounds with empathy. Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was a Pakistani politician who chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), a centre-left political party in Pakistan. [415] Musharraf himself had survived several assassination attempts by Islamist militants,[416] and warned Bhutto that she too would be a target. [337][338] Citing the eighth amendment of the constiuttion, on 5 November, Leghari dismissed Bhutto's government on the grounds of corruption and incompetence. [244] She subsequently also accused Sharif of backing the Salafi jihadist militant group Al Qaeda, established by bin Laden. Are they not Muslim countries? [506], — Islamic studies scholar Akbar S. Ahmed, 2008[502], Commentators and biographers has said that Bhutto shared her father's charisma,[507] but also his arrogance,[508] and that like him she was impatient of criticism. [438] A man standing within two to three metres of the car fired three gunshots at her and detonated a suicide vest packed with ball bearings. Compromising, she accepted ul Haq's continued role as finance minister but appointed Wasim Jafri as her financial advisor. [17][18], Bhutto Zardari has repeatedly criticized the One Unit system and warned against any attempt to bring in the presidential system, explaining that it will not be in the interest of democracy. [280], In September 1996, the Taliban secured power in Afghanistan. [385] His domestic popularity was slipping; a mid-2007 poll gave him only a 26% approval rating. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari (بلاول بھٹو زرداری; born 21 September 1988) is a Pakistani politician and the current chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party. In April 2006 an NAB court froze assets owned in Pakistan and elsewhere by Bhutto and Zardari. These statements represented a departure from Pakistan's previous policy of "nuclear ambivalence". [365] In an April 2002 referendum, Musharraf extended his presidential mandate for a further five years. The statement was to be the first marking his stance on the Kashmir issue and remarked upon widely in local and international media.[34][35][36]. [22], On the occasion of International Day of the Girl Child, the PPP chairman said that a future based on progress and prosperity could remain a dream without empowering girls and taking them on board in all matters. [90] In July 1981, Nusrat was released so that she could seek medical treatment for cancer abroad, but Bhutto was not. The United Group of Employees Management asked Bhutto for the issue of the regulation sheet which she denied. [524] She consistently presented an image of respect and loyalty for her husband, throughout the many accusations and periods of imprisonment he faced. Speaking at a public meeting in Benazir’s hometown, Larkana, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto said the opposition parties have united to rescue Pakistan from the inefficient Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government. Sunday, December 30, 2007 . This is the concern of not only the Christian community but of all of us. [205] In conversation, she often used the phrase "inshallah", and insisted that the Quran supported the equality of the sexes. [245] From this position she attacked Sharif's every policy, highlighting his government's failings in dealing with Pakistan's problems of poverty, unemployment, and lack of healthcare, although not also discussing her own administration's failures on those same issues. [439] Bhutto was fatally injured; reports differ as to whether she was hit by bullets or by shrapnel from the explosion. [480] However, in Pakistan at the time, the term "secularisation" was often understood not as reflecting the separation of religious institutions and the state, but rather had connotations of atheism and irreligion. [186] In January 1990, Indian police opened fire on a pro-independence rally in Kashmir, killing fifty and flaming tensions in the region. [544] In 2009, CBS News, described her legacy as "mixed", and commented that: "it's only in death that she will become an icon—in some ways, people will look at her accomplishments through rose-tinted glasses rather than remembering the corruption charges, her lack of achievements or how much she was manipulated by other people. [489] Thus, Suvorova argued, Bhutto opposed the secularisation of Islamic societies. [177] However, she had some successes with initiatives to encourage the development of civil society;[178] she ensured the release of a number of political prisoners detained under the Zia government. [315] She brought in Scotland Yard to investigate, partly to quell rumors that she had ordered the killing,[316] although the case remained unsolved. [323][324] After 1993, the country's national economy again entered in the second period of the stagflation and more roughly began bite the country's financial resources and the financial capital. "[270] She maintained that the charges against her and her husband were purely political. [360] He talked about the need for a return to democracy and to respect human rights. [344] The Geneva City Court subsequently charged Zardari in absentia with laundering money and taking bribes of $15 million from SGS and Cotecna. [78] Benazir nevertheless maintained that her father had always wanted her to become a politician. [100] One friend said that after her time in prison she remained in "a mildly traumatized state, jumping at sudden noise and worrying about who might be spying on her". Yousef went on to play a role in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing in the U.S.[257], In the October 1993 general election, the PPP won the most seats,[258] although it fell short of an outright majority, with 86 seats. [268] Bhutto also made a state visit to the U.S. in 1995, where she convinced Congress to repeal sanctions that they had imposed on Pakistan over its nuclear weapons programme in 1990. [396] In January 2007, Musharraf held his first meeting with Bhutto at a hotel in Abu Dhabi, followed by further talks in June. [217], As dissatisfaction with Sharif's government grew, the PPP began to restore the support it had lost during Bhutto's premiership. Her stance on these issues was perceived as part of rising public disclosure which Altaf Hussain called "racism". On 18 February 2018 while addressing a function in Washington, Bhutto Zardari said that there is a growing increase in terrorism in Pakistan and that democracy can win over extremism, but the biggest battle is of ideologies. [139] Amid predictions that the PPP would win, it received 18,000 prospective candidates, many offering the party money for their selection; this influx of new members and candidates caused upset among many established members, who felt that Bhutto was deserting them. Bilawal, Benazir's eldest son, said the people of Pakistan must similarly unite to save the country. [235] A caretaker government under the control of former PPP member Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi was sworn in, with Khan declaring a state of national emergency. [7] On this occasion he recalled his martyred mother, "My mother always said that democracy is the best revenge".[10]. Bhutto announced that the PPP would campaign on "the five E's": employment, education, energy, environment, and equality. [270] However, Allen commented: "no one seriously suggested that the evidence had been fixed or that Bhutto and Zardari were not thieves on a grand scale. [197], In April 1989, opposition parties organised a parliamentary no-confidence vote in Bhutto's leadership, but it was defeated by 12 votes. 21 to ₨.30 compared to the United States dollar. [517] Bhutto's choice of reading material was usually either utilitarian or pleasurable rather than intellectual; she enjoyed reading Mills & Boon romance novels and the celebrity-focused Hello! [522] Of these, her younger sister Sanam, or "Sunny", remained close to her throughout her life. [288], Sharif had been a proponent of laissez faire economics and his government had promoted privatisation. [267] Allen suggested that measures like these reflected how Bhutto had "given up on all her previous ideals and simply caved into the culture of corruption—indeed excelled in it, as she had excelled in so many other areas". By . [455] In 2009, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon established a three-person team to lead the investigation comprising the Chilean Heraldo Muñoz, Irish Peter FitzGerald, and Indonesian Marzuki Darusman. First, the Maharajah, then the Kashmiri parliament, both decided to go with India". [472] In May 2013, the state's main prosecutor in the Bhutto case, Zulfikar Ali, was himself assassinated in Islamabad. They have been used to grab properties of Christians and other non-Muslims. She responded by deploying Shaheen-I missiles; however, they were not armed. Benazir Bhutto became pregnant with her second child in March 1989, just three … [232] In May 1990, she ordered the army to restore peace in Karachi and Hyderabad. [392] In May 2006 they both signed a Charter of Democracy, a document calling for an end to military rule. Benazir Bhutto's son, Bilawal, has urged the media to leave him alone, a week after he was named joint leader of her opposition Pakistan People's Party. [246], Despite an economic recovery in late 1993, the IJI government faced public unease about the direction of the country and industrialisation that revolved around and centered only in Punjab Province. He made a speech at the Karachi Press Club on World Press Freedom Day where he said, "An undeclared censorship is stifling the freedom of expression in Pakistan and journalists are coming under threat from state and non-state actors. [clarification needed][329], During her second term, relations with Indian Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao further deteriorated. [518] She had a love of French and Italian cuisine,[499] and was a great fan of the music of American singer Neil Diamond. Benazir Bhutto. Benazir Bhutto, accompagnee de son beau-frere Nasser Hussain, a la reconstitution du meurtre de son frere Shahnawaz Bhutto le 6 novembre 1985 a Cannes, France. [506] Mushtaq Ahmed similarly believed that "for a woman to win an election in a male-dominated society was an achievement",[539] and that "her victory over the forces of reaction and persecution was an unprecedented accomplishment in political history. [174] Many of the policy promises she had made in her election campaign were not delivered because the Pakistani state was unable to finance them; she had claimed that a million new homes would be built each year and that universal free education and healthcare would be introduced, none of which was economically feasible for her government to deliver. [141] However, Islamic fundamentalists said it was un-Islamic for the country to have a female leader. The blasphemy laws carry mandatory death penalty. [98], From Geneva, Bhutto proceeded to the United Kingdom, undergoing surgery on her mastoid before renting a flat in London's Barbican Estate. [147] The IJI took only 54 seats,[148] although the party secured control of Punjab, the country's largest and most powerful province. [44] While in Simla, she attracted much attention from both local and national Indian press,[19] the first time she received such notice. But this wealth never meant anything to my brothers or me. [269] She dropped the first architect she employed to do the job after deciding that she wanted a more Islamic design; she replaced him with Waqar Akbar Rizvi, instructing him to visit the tombs of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and Ruhollah Khomeini for inspiration. She criticizes the west for their double standards over democracy in the world. [417] She requested that the US or UK take responsibility for her security, but they refused, and her security detail was instead organised by Musharraf. [493], Bhutto was indignant when faced with sexism,[494] and regarded herself as an ardent supporter of women's rights,[495] however Suvorova stated that she was "never a feminist in theory or practice". [173] Most of those in the administration had little political experience. After few arrests and intensive manhunt search, the ISI finally captured Ramzi before he could flee the country. [13] Allen also believed that Bhutto was so dedicated to her father that "psychologically", she was "unable to admit to any imperfection" in him. An haifi Benazir Bhutto ne a birnin Karachi, dake ƙasar Pakistan a ranar 21 ga watan Yuni, na shekarar 1953. [334], During her second term, Benazir Bhutto's relations with the Pakistan Armed Forces took a different and pro-Bhutto approach, when she carefully appointed General Abdul Waheed Kakar as the Chief of Army Staff. [354] Devaud's investigations revealed a range of corrupt deals that Zardari had been involved with. "[308], On 20 September 1996, Murtaza was ambushed by police near Karachi; they opened fire, killing him and seven others. [236] The ISI had extensively spied upon Bhutto and her husband throughout her period in office,[237] President Khan privately paid plaintiffs to file corruption suits against Bhutto's husband. [501] While in Pakistan Bhutto presented herself as a conservative Muslim who always wore her head covered, but as a student in Oxford she had adopted a more liberal lifestyle, tending to wear a T-shirt and jeans and occasionally drinking wine. [346] While in Dubai, she also focused on raising her children and caring for her mother, whose Alzheimer's disease had progressed to a severe stage. [499] Muñoz concurred, describing Bhutto as "a woman of contradictions". 1 Zitat von Benazir Bhutto „Um Frieden zu bringen, muss man, ein kompromissloser Anführer sein. [402], The US' Condoleezza Rice and the UK's Jack Straw worked together to ensure a transition back to electoral democracy in Pakistan. In 1996, Benazir Bhutto met with Japanese officials and warned India about conducting nuclear tests. [529] She also had two daughters, Bakhtawar (born on 25 January 1990) and Aseefa (born on 3 February 1993). [528], The couple had three children: a son, Bilawal, was born in September 1988, while she was campaigning for that year's election. [23][24] Bhutto Zardari acknowledged all those women who stepped forward in all sections of life and field while defeating many impediments at every level and social taboos. [301] Animosity grew between the two siblings. [208] Gul was too powerful for Bhutto to force him into retirement, but in May 1989 she transferred him from the ISI to another section of the military, placing a more trusted military figure in his role. [27] Amid riots against the government of President Ayub Khan, in 1968 Zulfikar was arrested and imprisoned for three months, during which he wrote to Benazir to encourage her studies. [218] Amid growing Kashmiri protests against Indian rule, in interviews Bhutto expressed support for the Kashmiri Muslim community. [232] Although during her campaigns she vowed to abolish the hudud restrictions on women that Zia had introduced, she never did so;[492] instead these were revoked by Musharraf in 2006. Bilawal, Benazir's eldest son, said the people of Pakistan must similarly unite to save the country. [249] The Peoples Party attacked the IDA government's record on unemployment and industrial racism. [344] In 1998, a Swiss magistrate, Daniel Devaud, seized a safe-deposit box containing a $190,000 necklace that Bhutto had purchased in London's Bond Street the previous year. Bhutto challenged the constitutionality of Leghari's decision, taking the issue to the Supreme Court, but they ruled in agreement with the president in January in a 6–1 ruling. Bakhtawar is getting engaged to Mahmood Choudhry on November 27. Speaking at a public meeting in Benazir's hometown, Larkana, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto said the opposition parties have united to rescue Pakistan from the inefficient Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government. Too many stories of corruption stuck to her. "[19], A devout advocate for democracy, Bhutto Zardari has repeatedly denounced censorship and likened any forms of curbing media freedom to living under a dictatorship. She returned to Pakistan in 1977, shortly before her father was ousted in a military coup and executed. [418] While her cavalcade was making its way through a crowd in Karachi, two bombs exploded, killing 149 and injuring 402. Bhutto and the PPP denied this. [320], During her second term, Bhutto continued to follow former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's privatisation policies, which she called a "disciplined macroeconomics policy". [367] Musharraf agreed to release Zardari in November 2004 as a symbol of good will; following his release, Zardari travelled to New York for medical treatment. On 1 May 1995, she used harsh language in her public warning to India that "continuation of [Indian] nuclear program would have terrible consequences". [183] In January 1989, she made a second pilgrimage to Mecca,[205] and in June visited the U.S. to address both houses of Congress and giving the commencement speech at Harvard. [344] Some Pakistani feminist groups had refused to back Bhutto's re-election because, despite her repeated promises, she had not removed the hudud ordinances that Zia's administration had introduced. [5], For early education, Bhutto Zardari attended Karachi Grammar School in Karachi, Froebel's International School in Islamabad before going into exile to Dubai in 1999 along with his mother. [377][378] Bhutto ignored the summons to travel to Switzerland to serve her sentence. In the early years of her career she was nevertheless domestically popular and also attracted support from Western nations, for whom she was a champion of democracy. [435], On the morning of 27 December 2007, Bhutto met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. [15], The speech received positive reception from both, mainstream and social media, as well as other prominent politicians, and marked a significant moment in Bilawal's emergence as a politician. We created women's studies programs in universities. [310] It was widely believed in Pakistan that the killing had been ordered by a senior government figure;[311] Murtaza's supporters thought that Bhutto and her husband were responsible. [113] Zia's government allowed her to bring her brother's body to Pakistan in August, where it could be interred in the family cemetery at Larkana. [322] President Khan saw this as a major economic failure despite Khan's permission granted to Bhutto for the approval of her economic policies. [282] Increasingly, there were Salafist protests against Bhutto in countries other than Pakistan. [383] On 27 January 2007, she was invited by the United States to speak to President George W. Bush and Congressional and State Department officials. [291] Erstklassige Nachrichtenbilder in hoher Auflösung bei Getty Images Benazir Bhutto. From his mother's side, he is the nephew of politicians Murtaza Bhutto and Shahnawaz Bhutto, and from his father's side, his aunts are politicians Azra Peechoho and Faryal Talpur. On 4 May 2019 he tweeted, "UAE marriage age is 18, Indonesia is 18 and Turkey is also 18. 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