The Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, said on Saturday that investing in a country that builds a girl’s future is not only gaining pride, but also consolidating a peaceful, consistent and progressive society. basis.
In a statement issued on October 11th (today) on the eve of the International Girls’ Day held worldwide, Biraval also praised these countries for “inspiring the unfortunate compatriots of the world.”
He focused his attention on the Pakistani girls who he said were role models like Fatima Jinnah and former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, who led the country and bravely joined The “worst military dictator” of the time fought.
He said: “If you get [appropriate] environment, education and [other] facilities, every Pakistani girl has the potential to become [next] Fatima Kinner and Benazir Bhutto.”
Bilawal also cited the example of Malala Yousufzai, who said: “Challenge the obstacles and threats of the dark age, successfully accepted higher education and pursued his dream.”
He emphasized that we must focus on solving the challenges faced by girls, strive to enable girls to obtain and protect their rights, and provide them with equal opportunities as men in all areas of life.
The PPP leader said his party is committed to supporting the provision of education, health care and other facilities to girls and remains a torchbearer of gender equality. In support of his statement, he said that public-private partnerships must commend the establishment of a military academy for girls, the Women’s Police Department and the First Women’s Bank, and the allocation of farmland to peasant women.
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Last Updated on 10/12/2020