Political Instability in Pakistan

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  • Topic: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto
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Pakistan has been facing political crisis from its birth (1947) till now. From 1947 to 2010, In this long period many government changed but unfortunality they all could not Maintain the political environment stable, after ruling 1, 2 or three year that governments politically instable. Political instability is a situation when the uncertainty among the government structure expand due to some basic causes and it eventually end up the current government1.We all know when a ruling party faces this sort of uncertainty so they do not do well for the public. They become unable to make polices for the development of the country. The internal matter gradually become uncontroll.law and order situation also become worse. The opposition parties take the advantage of this situation. They lead the public and compel them for strikes and all these things. eventually the governing government have to leave, if they don’t then then there is big possibility that a dictator take the hold and all the development ,internal ,foreign policies is stopped .this is what happening in our country. And after completing 60 year we still could not find our destination and even direction. If we see the political history then we have four Personalities who were military president, we also call them dictator. General Ayub Khan, who was president during 1958–69

Yahya Khan (1969–71) he had to deal with a civil war in 1971.economic downfall and political dissent in east Pakistan created many problems. After nine months of guerrilla warfare between Pakistan Army and the Bengali militia backed by India, eventually East Pakistan became independent state in the world map known as bangladash.which is a big loss. Then Civilian rule resumed in Pakistan from 1972 to 1977 under Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, until he was deposed and later sentenced to death in 1979 by General Zia-ul-Haq, who became the country's third military president.

Then in 1988, Benazir Bhutto came and country's political and...
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