With the case against Bhutto coming to a close, Zia steps up repression while also seeking political allies.
Had Bhutto been told what his hand said he might have tried to change a few things; but then who can defy fate?
General Faiz Ali Chishti extends invitation to PNA to join the government
Talk of elections gets sidetracked as General Zia announces new accountability mechanism
PNA nears the end of its relevance as Wali Khan is set free
Gen Zia frustrated as Begum Nusrat and Benazir Bhutto begin meeting common citizens
Elections are postponed on the pretext of accountability, while attempts are made to incarcerate Bhutto
With Bhutto incarcerated, Tehreek-i-Istiqlal bids farewell to the Pakistan National Alliance.
What PPP didn’t know at the time was that the seat of chief justice would be occupied by a General Zia-friendly judge.
PPP rejects chance to meet Gen Zia as Khar, Jatoi await offers from greener pastures
PPP hot on the heels of the martial law regime and a divided opposition in play, the CMLA suspends all politicking
Gen Zia knew that in order for him to stay in power, he would have to erase Bhutto’s influence.
With the Lahore High Court formally charging Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, divisions in the PPP begin to surface
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While Zia heads to Saudi Arabia to clarify his position with the monarch, the Lahore High Court creates more problems
No one believed Zia would uphold his promise of elections.
Amidst the overhaul instituted by General Ziaul Haq’s regime, the future of the PNA had appeared uncertain.
As Bhutto toured the country, Gen Zia formed an “Election Cell” to determine the party position of the PPP and the PNA.
As the election commission promises polls, two of Bhutto’s former aides seek forgiveness from the army
General Ziaul Haq meets the press for the first time after staging the coup