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Published in History & Culture


Published in History & Culture


1 Rich Truth, Benazir Bhutto: “Democracy is the best revenge.”

The fight for truth is important. There will come a day when you will see the result of your struggles. — Benazir Bhutto.

Benazir Bhutto, the fighter who sacrificed every last drop of blood. Bhutto served the people of Pakistan, and that all came from genetic roots. A truth she had always wanted to share with the locals. Moreover, the one who always wished to live life like a freeman.

Benazir Bhutto
Benazir Bhutto | Image credit to Wikipedia

However, she was the one who had been on the side of love, peace, and carrying honesty with compassion in the society. She had established her democracy first time in 1988. Benazir was born in the family of the same kind of biology since years, her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was former Prime Minister of Pakistan and founder of Pakistan Peoples Party (Check the latest topics here). The Kind man was struggling for local lives, their needs, and hearing them carefully.

The fight for truth is important. There will come a day when you will see the result of your struggles.

Benazir Bhutto

One could easily enjoy a lavish life from her rich family background, but it was not the aim of Bhutto. Bhutto always liked used to be around her father. As well as, learn how to get Pakistani well-educated and satisfy their needs of today.

Clearly, it’s not easy for women in modern society, no matter where they live. We still have to go the extra mile to prove that we are equal to men. We have to work longer hours and make more sacrifices. And we must emotionally protect ourselves from unfair, often vicious attacks made on us via the male members of our family.

Benazir Bhutto

Motive and education of Benazir Bhutto

Benazir always wanted to bring changes in the society, for slave Pakistani, especially those seeking freedom in women. Also, people who were in continuous trouble. She had seen slavery very closely and connected to people who had been struggling with it for many years. There were many other things that she wanted to bring about changes overnight, but it was not possible by a single hand.

Bhutto was a clever lady since her younger age. She had never left her admired father alone in the bad situation. She wanted to learn every aspect of constituency. However, essentials to establish a new world and get rank with the best countries. 

Above all, you must study hard. Very few in Pakistan have the opportunity you now have, and you must take advantage of it. Never forget that the money it is costing to send you comes from the land, from the people who sweat and toil on those lands. You will owe a debt to them, a debt you can repay with God’s blessing by using your education to better their lives.

Benazir Bhutto, Daughter Of Destiny

Benazir Bhutto's Contribution to The Society

Benazir Bhutto brought electricity, built many schools, health centers across the country, and led the global fight against Islamic extremism. Many times she faced opposition from the Islamic Fundamentalist movement. She was not a type of woman who took her foot back in the critical situation of her beloved ones. and the people of her homeland. Mrs. Bhutto was the 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan and received a golden plate award at 2000 Achievement Summit London from Dr. David Herbert Donald.

During her active years (Opinion—The Legacy of Benazir Bhutto in the New York Times) she had gone to jail many times. Also, she had been charges of corruption, and faced many other barriers in her life (Keep reading…). After she failed in re-election, she went to London and lived there for nine years in Exile. But crave to reinstitute her democrats and her supporters were calling their mother back to the homeland. 

Benazir Bhutto envisioned bringing in and establishing a new democrat. She has already served two successful terms as Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988-1990 and 1993-1996), during which she served the people of Pakistan, empowered them, and established a new democracy. She married Asif Ali Zardari in 1987 after he was released from prison at the time (read their love story).

Now he is president of Pakistani Peoples Party and also served as a former Prime Minister of Pakistan (2008-2013). Immediately after the death of Benazir. He was the one who made history by becoming the first president of Pakistan born after partition. The most painful fact of her family was her death that no one has been yet convicted of her murder.

It is said that a 15 years old suicide bomber on 27 December 2007, Bilal sent by the Pakistani Taliban. And also an air of former Prime Minister Pervez Musharraf. Furthermore, her beloved husband are involved in this case, as it was the only also ending Mr. Musharraf’s democracy (Mr. Musharraf declared fugitive). However, as the election was approaching, and she had a rally before a few hours of the mishap. Benazir was fully prepared to be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. In the bomb blast, more than 100 in crowds died on the spot. And a bullet had torn her neck and been assassinated.

In the 2008 election, the supporters of the PPP elected her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, after her death, and he became the Prime Minister of Pakistan. When Benazir was first elected in 1988, she was a real fighter against Islamic fundamentalists and proved women can do anything and can go ahead of men.

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