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|Title||Case of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, former President and Prime Minister of Pakistan: appeal before Supreme Court, pleas for clemency and execution on 4 April 1979 (Folder 1)|
|Collection||Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1972-1980|
|Places||Afghanistan; Balochistan; Bangladesh; Beijing; China; Delhi; Dhaka (Dacca); East Bengal; East Pakistan; East Punjab; France; India; Iran; Islamabad; Kabul; Karachi; Lahore; London; North-West Frontier Province; Pakistan; Portugal; Punjab; Rawalpindi; Sindh; Vietnam; Washington, DC|
|People||Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali; Carter, James (Jimmy); Churchill, Sir Winston; Desai, Morarji; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec, 14th Earl of Home; Macmillan, Harold, 1st Earl of Stockton; Owen, David, Baron Owen; Taraki, Noor Mohammad; Zia-ul-Haq, Mohammad|
|Topics||army; banking; British Government; British nationals; business; Central Treaty Organisation (CENTO) (or Baghdad Pact); church; communications; communism; coup d'état; democracy; elections; evacuation; execution; exile; food; independence; Indian National Congress; Islam; judicial system; labour; language; migration; military; oil; Pakistan Peoples Party; parliament; Parsis; princely states; refugees; revolution; riots and disturbances; roads; Royal Air Force; separatism; socialism; steel; trade; trade unions; United Nations; war; weapons; women|
|Copyright||Crown Copyright documents © are reproduced by permission of The National Archives London, UK|