Biography of Benazir Bhutto

Biography of Banazir Bhutto:- She fought against the military regime of her country and became the first woman leader of the Muslim world, when she was elected Prime Minister of the Republic of Pakistan in 1988, a position she held between 1988 and 1990 and later between 1993 and 1996, after being re-elected . Evicted from power on allegations of corruption, she returned to her country in 2007, after a long exile, and submitted her candidacy for the 2008 elections, but was killed in the middle of the election campaign.

Biography of Benazir Bhutto

  • Born:-  21 June 1953, Karachi
  • Assassinated:- 27 December 2007, Rawalpindi
  • Education:- Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford(1973–1977),
  • Parents:-  Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Nusrat Bhutto
  • Children:-  Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, Asifa Bhutto Zardari
  • Died:- 27th of December 2007, Rawalpindi

Daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, President of the Republic of Pakistan, removed in 1977 following the military coup of General Zia ul-Haq, and later sentenced to death and executed, Benazir studied Political Science at Harvard and Oxford Universities. His political vocation grew after the removal of his father, and in 1979 he returned to Pakistan to fight for the restoration of democracy. She remained in detention until 1984 when she was forced to leave the country and exile in London, where she maintained a constant denunciation of the military dictatorship and led the Popular Party of Pakistan (PPP).

He returned in 1986, when martial law was lifted; Benazir Bhutto then organized the Movement for the Restoration of Democracy and developed a policy of mass mobilization openly opposed to the dictator; His personality took on an international dimension. In 1988 he married the landlord Asif Ali Zardari.

That same year, after the death of General Zia in a mysterious airplane accident, obtained a relative triumph in the elections with the Popular Party, but enough to be chosen prime minister. However, it had the opposition of the religious parties, who did not admit that a woman was in charge of the Government and that, at the end, they finished their mandate. In 1990 she was dismissed, accused of corruption, despotism and political inefficiency.

In the early elections of October 1990, the coalition Islamic Democratic Alliance (IJI) won, and Nawaz Sharif became prime minister. Ghulam Ishaq Khnan was elected new president. Benazir Bhutto returned to political life in 1993 after a year in Karachi and was re-elected to the post of prime minister of the Republic of Pakistan.

Deprived in 1996 and sentenced to prison for corruption in 1998, a sentence that was annulled, she self-exiled in 1999 in the United Arab Emirates, where she received a new sentence of three years. With the acquiescence of President Pervez Musharraf, he was able to return to Pakistan in October 2007, and presented his candidacy for the elections that were to be held in January 2008; however, seventy days after her return, she was shot dead during a political rally of her party on December 27, 2007.