Pakistan gained independence in 1947. A Muslim dominated country has long been torn by poverty, unemployment and a robust network of terrorists which drain the nation’s resources for carrying out attacks elsewhere. Women are governed by a patriarchal society where they cannot even eat anything without lifting the veil.
As the nation goes to polls on July 25, 2018, it has been found that the most educated women with postgraduate and doctoral degrees can’t exercise their basic, fundamental right of voting just because the men in their family don’t approve of it.
A 55-year-old resident of Jahan Khan, a village in Pakistan told The Herald, “Are we men dead that our women have to leave their homes to cast votes?”Click Here: Cardiff Blues Store