Benazir Bhutto’s 12th death anniversary (2007-1953)

PPP Chairperson Ms Benazir Bhutto Shaheed

PPP Chairperson Ms Benazir Bhutto Shaheed

Karachi, Rawalpindi … News Time

Twelve years have passed since former Prime Minister of Pakistan and PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto Shaheed. Every year on December 27, the anniversary of the anniversary of the anniversary of the anniversary of the anniversary is announced. Ms Benazir Bhutto, the elder daughter of former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, was born on June 21, 1953 in the political family of Sindh. He received his early education from Karachi and Rawalpindi, and then passed the O Levels examination at the age of 15 from Jesus and Mary of Murree, Graduated from Harvard University in Political Science and then MA in Philosophy, Economics and Political Science from Oxford University.

In 1977, Benazir returned home with the intention of serving on foreign affairs, but shortly after General Zia-ul-Haq sent his father Zulfiqar Bhutto to jail, enforcing martial law in the country, and Benazir Bhutto. Their house was detained. In 1979, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was sentenced to death in a controversial murder case. In 1981, a coalition called MRD was formed to abolish martial law and restore democracy. In which a vigorous struggle against the dictatorship began on August 14, 1983, and then Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi, who led the movement, announced the abolition of the movement in December 1983, but the people continued the struggle. In 1984, Benazir was released from prison, after which he spent two years in exile in Britain. At the same time, he was made a co-chairman of the party by the leaders of the PPP.

 Benazir returned to the country after martial law ended. In 1987, Benazir Bhutto was married to Asif Ali Zardari and at the same time he continued his political struggle. When Zia-ul-Haq died in a plane crash on August 17, 1988, the political situation in the country changed and Senate Chairman Ghulam Ishaq was made acting president those who announced the election within 90 days. On November 16, 1988, the PPP won the most seats in the general elections in the country and Benazir Bhutto was sworn in as Pakistan’s first woman Prime Minister on December 2, 1988 at the age of 35 and was the first woman to lead a Muslim state.

In August 1990, after 20 months, President Ishaq Khan sacked Benazir’s government because of rampant corruption and corruption. On October 2, 1990, new elections were held in the country, in which opposition parties from the Muslim League and the Benazir government formed the Alliance in the name of Islamic Democratic Alliance and won a majority in the elections. As a result of these elections, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif became prime minister while Benazir became the opposition. In 1993, President Ghulam Ishaq Khan also dismissed Nawaz Sharif’s government for corruption. After which the general elections took place in October 1993 and Benazir once again took over as the Ministry of Justice. In 1996, the PPP’s own president Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari sacked Benazir’s government because of unrest and corruption, corruption and extra-judicial killings.

 Benazir Bhutto resigned in the United Arab Emirates shortly after the assassination of his brother Murtaza Bhutto and the collapse of his government. On October 18, 2007, PPP chairperson Benazir Bhutto returned home after ending his eight-and-a-half-year exile, and was attacked in Karachi. The Pakistan People’s Party chief and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto left after addressing the Liaquat Bagh rally on December 27, 2007. Benazir Bhutto opened the roof of his car to respond to his slogans after witnessing a crowd of jihadists near Liaquat Road. Who shot Benazir Bhutto from 2 to 3 meters away and blew himself up. Benazir Bhutto was taken to hospital in a critical condition but died on December 27, 2007, without receiving any wounds, and a golden chapter in Pakistan’s political history was closed forever.  After Benazir Bhutto’s death, her father Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto continued to dominate Pakistan’s politics for three decades due to a long struggle against dictatorship. Benazir Bhutto is still alive in the hearts of the people and every year millions of eyes are dimmed to remember his anniversary.

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), on the other hand, is preparing for a rally in Liaquat Bagh for the first time on the anniversary of the former Prime Minister after the assassination and assassination of Benazir Bhutto on December 27, 2007. On this occasion, the streets and public places of Liaquat Bagh have been decorated with pictures of Pakistan People’s Party flags, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will address a rally at Liaquat Bagh in which party workers and supporters from across the country are arriving in Rawalpindi to attend.

In addition, many public meetings have already arrived in Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK. And the People’s Party has arranged their stay in local hotels.

More than 50 thousand chairs have been installed in Liaquat Bagh on the occasion of the rally. The stage and sound system have been installed in the park in the same way that Benazir Bhutto addressed the rally in Liaquat Bagh on December 27, 2007. The Rawalpindi Bench of Lahore High Court yesterday directed the district administration to provide all facilities and security for the meeting. However, the PPP has made its own security arrangements. Sherry Rehman, the parliamentary leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party in the Senate, visited the meeting place and reviewed the arrangements. Talking to journalists in Liaquat Bagh, he said that after 12 years, the Pakistan People’s Party is holding a rally here. And this is an attempt to dispel the impression that the party will not be able to hold a rally in Rawalpindi. Sherry Rehman said it would be a sad moment for Bilawal Bhutto to visit this place. Where his mother was martyred, it would be difficult for Jiyalas to gather at this place and remember that tragic day. He said that political activities would also be launched in every corner of the country under the leadership of Pakistan Peoples Party.

One day before the rally, all sides of the Liaquat Bagh are filled with party workers, the PPP leader said. “Let’s say Liaquat Bagh Chloe’s slogan is echoing across the country,” he said. Sherry Rehman said inflation has made the life of the common man difficult; the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is creating problems for its citizens by increasing utility bills. The PPP leader said that the electricity tariff was increased on December 26 and we are opposing the government’s disqualification. He said that Bilawal Bhutto would end the problems of the people and fulfill the promises made by his mother to the people of Pakistan. Sherry Rehman said that the PPP will be active in Punjab and in all federal units as it is the party that talks about the country. In addition, the Woman of the People’s Party and the People’s Youth Organization organized rallies in different parts of the city. Over 200 youths from Faizabad stage rallies on motorcycles. Woman Wing of People’s Party Islamabad also organized the rally and led by Azmi Nasir, the rally started from Murree Road which ended on the memorial outside Liaquat Bagh.


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