Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister - Chapter Six, Jailed and Alone Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six, Jailed and Alone Summary and Analysis

Bhutto was next moved to the Karachi Central Jail; she survived by praying constantly. She was eventually allowed to briefly visit her mother. Nusrat seemed to either have tuberculosis or lung cancer and her brothers were still missing. She continued to focus on the news. When Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter in 1980, the United States began providing money to Pakistan again to prevent Soviet forces from getting to the Pakistan border. Zia kept a lot of the money for himself. The American State Department praised him.

All the while, Bhutto focused on her sister's wedding, which would be held September 8th, 1981; she received permission to go to the wedding. Her relatives embraced her and she was able to wash her body. For the next two days she read international and national publications and...

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