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BHUTTO, MUMTAZ ALI (1936- ) Mumtaz Ali Bhutto was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and entered active politics when his cousin, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, launched the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) He was a member of the federal cabinet for a few months after Zulfikar Ali Bhutto became president and chief martial law administrator in December 1971 He was appointed governor of Sindh in 1972 and served in that capacity until 1974 He returned to Islamabad in 1974 as a federal minister Mumtaz Ali Bhutto was arrested by the army in July 1977, along with a number of other PPP leaders, when Zia ul-Haq moved against Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Following Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s execution on 4 April 1979, Mumtaz Ali Bhutto left Pakistan and stayed in London until 1986With Benazir Bhutto in full political command of rural Sindh, Mumtaz Bhutto became, at best, a minor player in politics In November 1996, however, following the dismissal of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, President Farooq Leghari appointed Mumtaz Bhutto the caretaker chief minister of Sindh In this capacity, he had the satisfaction of witnessing the disastrous defeat of Benazir Bhutto in the February 1997 elections Following the installation of Mian Nawaz Sharif as prime minister, Mumtaz Bhutto once again began to champion the cause of rural Sindh

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