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Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Begum Bhutto review a project
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto walks out of the Security Council, 15 December 1971
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto 21 April 1972 - an Interim Constitution is passed and Martial Law lifted from the country. Chief Justice Hamoodur Rehman swears in Bhutto as civilian President
Z A Bhutto in acute tension -Ankara, January 1972 Barely a month after taking over, Mr Bhutto boarded the plane at Ankara after completing his state visit to Turkey and was informed of orders from Islamabad not to proceed. Meanwhile, the Turkish President and his team stood in the freezing cold. both parties were unaware of the reason for the delay. Bhutto was convinced that in his absence the Army had taken over.