As political news are overloaded day-by-day. Among all one of the important news is Pakistan MP. It is a great news to hear, wherein a Muslim-Majority country, Pakistan. A woman who belongs to a particular caste in Hindu is elected as an MP. Krishna Kumari Kohli, a 39-year-old woman who is a social worker and also a member of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari-led Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is elected to Pakistan’s senate for the first time. She belongs to a remote village in Nagarparkar district of Thar in Sindh province. She belongs to a poor peasant background, but her family encourages her for higher education and she got her university degree with higher grades.

Kohli’s success in the election is not a luck based thing, it represents the major milestone for women and minority rights in Pakistan.

Kohli’s success in Pakistan MP election is because of her active participation and her works for the rights of downtrodden people of marginalized communities living in Thar and other areas. She also works for Pakistani charity in order to create awareness among people about the importance of education and also for the struggle to achieve basic human rights.

According to Dawn News report, In Pakistan MP election Krishna Kumari won the election for the reserved seat for women from Sindh province. From this Senate election, we can see the major improvement in Muslim-majority country, Pakistan.


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