Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto as ‘Author’
List of Publication
- Bilateralism: New Directions. Government of Pakistan, Islamabad – 1976
- The Third World: New Directions. Quartet Books, London – 1977
- Let The People Judge
- My Dearest Daughter: A letter from the death cell
- If I am Assassinated
- My Execution
- The Quest for Peace
- The Pakistan Papers, Smuggled From Prison Supplement – 1979
- Thoughts on some aspects of Islam
- Political Situation In Pakistan
- Foreign Policy of Pakistan
- Pakistan And Alliances
- Witness to Splendour
- A South Asian View
- Reshaping Foreign Policy
- The Great Tragedy – 1971
- The Myth of Independence, Oxford University Press, Karachi and Lahore – 1969
- Peace-Keeping by the United Nations. Pakistan Publishing House, Karachi – 1967
Betrayal and Assassination
General Elections were held on March 7, 1977. PPP emerged as the victorious Party. At the behest of General Ziaul Haq, PNA accused government of so-called rigging in the elections. Negotiations with PNA resumed. An Agreement was reached on June 8, 1977 for holding Fresh Elections on October 8, 1977.
On July 5, 1977 COAS General Ziaul Haq imposed Martial Law unilaterally. The National Assembly, the Senate and Provincial Assemblies were dissolved and Constitution held in abeyance.
Zia’s Military Junta established a dummy government of PNA with CMLA as President. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto arrested on July, 5, 1977 and released on July 28, 1977.
Re-arrested on September 3, 1977 from Clifton, Karachi, on the charges of a fabricated murder case; again released on September 13, 1977 against Lahore High Court bail. Re-arrested at Larkana on September 17, 1977.
On September, 1977 the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Mr. Justice Yakub Ali Khan was suspended from service because he had admitted Mrs. Nusrat Bhuto’s Petition challenging imposition of martial law.
On October 9, 1977, Maulvi Mushtaq, Chief Justice, Lahore High Court, cancelled the bail already granted to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto by LHC.
Mercilessly and despicably murdered on April 4, 1979.