Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister - Chapter Seven, Politics in Exile Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven, Politics in Exile Summary and Analysis

In January 1984, Bhutto entered Geneva, Switzerland. Her mother and sister greeted her at the airport. She was very happy. Her brother Mir now lived in Switzerland and Bhutto could meet his daughter, Fathi, who was eighteen months old. Shah was in the south of France but could not come to meet her. Bhutto wanted to stay with family but she had to go to London for treatment. She also wished to continue opposing Zia, which she could do in England with the 378,000 Pakistanis living there. Sanam traveled with her and a crowd awaited her when she arrived. She told that Pakistanis that she would never give up on them. Pakistanis started following her, some of whom were suspicious.

Bhutto found it hard to adjust to freedom. She had a fear of crowds, of...

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