Islamabad, Sept 6 : The daughter of PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, Bakhtawar has revealed that her father had repeatedly urged her slain mother Benazir Bhutto to delay her Pakistan return, but the latter didn't relent and was adamant on returning to her home country as she had spent 10 years in-exile.
She also said that her father taking the oath as the country's President would be like a "revenge" for her mother's killing.
The excited daughter said she would raise the slogan of "Jeay Bhutto" in the presidency when her father Zardari takes oath. "This will be my revenge for the death of my mother," The News quoted Bakhtawar as saying in an interview.
Bakhtawar is currently staying with her father these days and witnessing the whole political exercise for the elections of the new president.
The "politically active" 18-year-old Bakhtawar revealed that at her mother had chalked out a political strategy shortly being killed on December 27, 2007. She revealed that Benazir had written a political plan, in her own handwriting, which she accidentally found in her purse after her death. "Removal of Musharraf was the first point in the plan. There are many more," added the daughter.
Bakhtawar said Pakistan's history could have been different today if Benazir Bhutto had listened to Asif Ali Zardari exactly one year ago in Dubai. Her father tried his level best to stop Benazir Bhutto from going back to Pakistan because he never wanted to lose her.
After the presidential election, Bakhtawar will go back to Dubai for completing her studies. She is waiting for the oath-taking ceremony of her father's oath ceremony, which according to her, will not only be a change of the face but it will be the beginning for the change of the whole system in Pakistan.