20 Facts on Pakistan’s first women Prime Minister: Benazir Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto facts Pakistan's First women Prime Minister

20 Facts on Pakistan’s first women Prime Minister: Benazir Bhutto

 

 

  1. When was Benazir Bhutto born?

1953

 

  1. When was Benazir Bhutto first sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan?

2 December 1988

 

  1. Benazir Bhutto was:

First woman to become Prime Minister of a Muslim country (Pakistan).

 

  1. Who dismissed Benazir Bhutto’s Government for the second time?

Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari

 

  1. To which city was Benazir deported to when she became an opposition leader in 1992?

Lahore

 

  1. In 1988, an autobiography was published about her. What was its name?

Daughter Of The west

 

  1. According to a book, the dictatorship in Pakistan had lasted for _______ years.

11 Years

 

  1. On which charges was Bhutto dismissed?

Treason

 

  1. When was the Pakistan People’s Party founded?

1970, by General Mohammad Zia ul-Haq

 

  1. Bhutto’s main political rival was ______ the chief minister of the Punjab province, who argued that she was an ineffective leader.

General Zia

 

  1. Bhutto claims in the afterword that she wanted a _______ Pakistan committed to equality under the law.

Islamic

 

  1. Bhutto formed a _____________  with the liberal Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) for party 1st Prime Ministership.

Coalition Government

 

  1. When Bhutto was defeated? When she came back to power?

1990, 1993

 

  1. To which Party Benzir Bhutto belonged?

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)

 

  1. Who was her father?

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, former PM of Pakistan

 

  1. When and by whom she was in house arrest?

1977, by General Mohammad Zia ul-Haq

 

  1. She moved to ______________, becoming the joint leader in exile of the PPP, then returned to Pakistan

England, 1984

 

  1. For How many years she was in exile?

8 years

 

  1. On which date was Benazir Bhutto assassinated?

27th December 2007

 

  1. Where did Benazir Bhutto die?

Rawalpindi

 

 

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