On 19 October 1993 Benazir Bhutto was sworn as Prime Minister for second term allowing her to continue her reform initiatives. After a year of study Benazir Bhutto implemented and enforced the Eighth Plan to overcome the stagflation by creating a dependable and effective mechanism for accelerating economic and social progress. Benazir Bhutto began regularly to attend lunches at the Institute of Development Economics (IDE) a think tank founded in 1950s; Benazir Bhutto had been visiting IDE and reading its publications since the mid-1970s.
" In 1996 the charges of corruption levelled against her led to the final dismissal of her government by President Farooq Leghari. Noted for her charismatic authority and political astuteness Benazir Bhutto drove initiatives for Pakistan's economy and national security and Benazir Bhutto implemented social capitalist policies for industrial development and growth. Benazir Bhutto's popularity waned amid recession corruption and high unemployment which later led to the dismissal of her government by conservative President Ghulam Ishaq Khan.