Once I read a quote that, there is no force more powerful than a women determined to rise. There is no doubt that mentally women are better than men. Being a woman, I was happy that Allah granted a
woman more power than a man mentally, but unfortunately, girls in our country are not trained on
these grounds so that they can understand their power. My goal is, as far as possible, a small
effort to raise consciousness of individuals and community by writing on this subject.
Women make up around 50 percent of the Pakistani population, which, because of social norms, is not used for national production. She admired her meagre talent, her lower education and her low political skills. Why?
While we have the best example of Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah, a great political leader, an influencer with an exceptional personality. Even in the periods, when it was unusual for a woman to be influential in the public sphere. Her role in shaping Pakistan movement can’t be understated. Pakistan has seen a series of less but significant achievements for women: Benazir Bhutto became the Muslim country’s first female prime minister in 1988; Dr. Fehmida Mirza became the first women speaker of the National Assembly in 2008; and more than 100 women were elected to both houses of parliament in 2013. Our women need to learn from the significant achievements of these great leaders. Women in our country are traditionally limited to the home. Conditions are relatively better in the major cities where girls seek higher education and work in public and private institutions. We need to work on providing education and employment opportunities to women in all parts of the countries. Women should also encourage to take part in political activities. Specially at the grass root level so that they could work for the betterment of their fellow women. I believe, political empowerment of the women is the only solution to the mainstreaming of women..