‘If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” Women are the victim of foul convention. They are not supposed to be confine within four boundaries.
They should have freedom for their choice and action, so they are enough self-confident and can make their own decisions and live their life. Society should have to give them equity not equality. They aren’t equal to men. It’s an illusion that they are equal to men and that’s how society provide equal ground for both women and men. It’s not mandatory that they express themselves in every ground as men can. Many women living in the rural areas, confined within four boundaries, give them a free hand so that they can avail the opportunities, show their talent and go to their grounds which are actually made for them and give a chance to get them successful. As there’s a famous proverb laid;
‘’Behind Every successful man is a Tribe of successful woman.’’
Everyone wants a lady doctor for the treatment of his/her mother, sister, wife and daughter but no one wants to educate his/her daughter and sister as they are the victim of foul conception to confine them within four boundaries.
So-called thoughts of men that they can harass them by torturing them and become powerful, but unfortunately men blotted out a bitter reality that they are existed from a women. There is no barbarity if man thought that their existence is from a woman’s soul. And then the foul conception that women should be confine within four boundaries, will no longer persist in the society.
There are many cases of acid attacks and gang rapes that are increasing day by day because they are unrecorded. In India, 300 cases of acid attacks were recorded but many go unreported and exceed to 1000 cases, according to ‘’Acid Survivors Trust International’’ based in UK.
VIMLA, a 35 year old woman staying at a government run’s women hostel in Lucknow, was attacked by two men and became a victim of acid attack. AGARWAL, another acid attack victim at age of 16 by someone who wants to marry her. Agarwal married to Alok Dixit, founder of ‘Stop Acid Attack’ and now she became a mother of two year old girl and a TED Talk Speaker. She said: ‘Rehabilitation of victims is most important since the attacker’s aim is to kill a woman’s aspiration to live a life of her choice.’
There are many rape cases and sorrowfully Pakistan comes in the list of 10 worst countries for rape cases. According to War against Rape’s report, almost four women are raped every day in Pakistan. There are 369 rape cases out of which only 108 FIRs were registered in 2016 in Pakistan. WHY? On June 28, 2018 a seven years old girl was kidnapped and raped in Faisalabad’s Islam Pura area by a 50 years old beggar Hussain. Another seven years old girl; Zainab Ansari, kidnapped, raped and murdered in Kasur. Cases are not ending here there is a list of rape cases. You should be ashamed of yourself living in a Muslim country with such ratio of rape cases. Is humanity wracked in this country?
Empower the women so that they can raise their voice. Be an independent women just like MUNIBA MAZARI, Pakistan’s first chair bound TV anchor and model. Despite of having spinal cord injury in a car accident, she didn’t give up and won against edge. SHAZIA PARVEEN, Pakistan’s first firefighter at age of 25. Perveen thinks that women can take up any profession and can tackle any job. SHARMEEN OBAID CHINOY, Pakistan-Canadian two times Oscar winner for real stories based documentaries. Twelve years old girl, started his career from the Army ground of Korangi, and in 2010 won the gold medal for Pakistan by winning the 100 meters race in South Asian Games, Dhaka and now, she is a Pakistani track and field athlete. She is none other than NASEEM HAMEED. There are many women who set examples of an independent women.
So what are u waiting for? Want to be an independent women? Pile out, depart your carapace, raise your voice show your talents and be an independent women