The Longest Martial Law
The Zia Regime(11 Years)
• At the end of Bhutto Era: General elections
were held between PPP and PNA (pakistan
national alliance)
• Political Chaos...
• Hanging of Bhutto :
Ultimately Bhutto was put bhind bars and
hanged in Rwp.
• Assurances given by President Zia:
• Army will act as neutral force.
• It will hold elections within 90 days.
• It will ...
Important Events of Zia’s Regime
• Formation of Majlis-e-shoora:
Elections were postponed and 350 members
were selected ou...
• Supported movement of islamiazation:
• He tried to take steps that resulted in
enforcement of islamic principles.
• Intr...
• Islamic punishments for all crimes except murder:
• Islamic punishments were enforced under it.
• Gave boost to islamic ...
• Cumulative effect:
• General Society became harsh and stern.
• Klashinkov culture
• Drug cultures-widespread drugs addic...
• Able to replenish ammunition.
• Went ahead with nuclear programme.
• Loss of Siachen to india.
• M.Khan Junejo was appoi...
• Eighth amendment:
• Due to this amendment president can dismiss
P.M. and dissolve assemblies any time.
• And He can rema...
• Ojhri Camp:
• Ammunition depot in Rwp exploded resulting
in considerable human loss.
• Bahawalpur tragedy:
• Zia had gri...
• Plotted successful conspiracy:
• Because of this we as a nation was deprived
of one great statesman.
• Zia’s martydoom p...
• Zia’s personality:
• History remember him as very capable and
competent man-determined to make changes.
• He was a milit...
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President zia's regime Pakistan

Pakistan
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. The Longest Martial Law The Zia Regime(11 Years)
  • 2. • At the end of Bhutto Era: General elections were held between PPP and PNA (pakistan national alliance) • Political Chaos give way to Military dictator(Zia-ul-Haq):Disagreement between political parties led to military take over in the form of martial law.This time martial law was being enforced for the third time.
  • 3. • Hanging of Bhutto : Ultimately Bhutto was put bhind bars and hanged in Rwp.
  • 4. • Assurances given by President Zia: • Army will act as neutral force. • It will hold elections within 90 days. • It will go back to its barracks after it.
  • 5. Important Events of Zia’s Regime • Formation of Majlis-e-shoora: Elections were postponed and 350 members were selected out of political parties including islamic parties to assist government in running its machinery .
  • 6. • Supported movement of islamiazation: • He tried to take steps that resulted in enforcement of islamic principles. • Introduced zakat and ushr Ordinance: • Under this ordinance zakat was made compulsory on PLS saving accounts and ushr was enforced on land earnings.
  • 7. • Islamic punishments for all crimes except murder: • Islamic punishments were enforced under it. • Gave boost to islamic parties: • This led to heightened sectarian militancy. • Afghan refugee problem: • Due to soviet union invasion ,President Zia opened international border for afghan refugees.
  • 8. • Cumulative effect: • General Society became harsh and stern. • Klashinkov culture • Drug cultures-widespread drugs addiction .
  • 9. • Able to replenish ammunition. • Went ahead with nuclear programme. • Loss of Siachen to india. • M.Khan Junejo was appointed as P.M. • Mr.Junejo was known as man of sterling qualities(He practised and imposed reduction in govt. espenditure.and cut down protocols of military and civil high officials).
  • 10. • Eighth amendment: • Due to this amendment president can dismiss P.M. and dissolve assemblies any time. • And He can remain both president and chief of Army Staff at the same time.
  • 11. • Ojhri Camp: • Ammunition depot in Rwp exploded resulting in considerable human loss. • Bahawalpur tragedy: • Zia had grip over state of affairs • Military was not revolting against him • Public was not ready to participate in any movement against him.so,
  • 12. • Plotted successful conspiracy: • Because of this we as a nation was deprived of one great statesman. • Zia’s martydoom paved way for Benazir Bhutto.
  • 13. • Zia’s personality: • History remember him as very capable and competent man-determined to make changes. • He was a military ruler and yet millions of people shed tears on the eve of his martydoom.

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