Pakistan Is Suppressing The Voice Of Women, Deprived Of More Than 26 Lakh Political Rights

Pakistan has been persecuting the people of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for accusing India of human rights violations in Kashmir. The whole world is aware of human rights violations by Pakistan. Pakistan is also denying the people its fundamental rights. According to a report, about 26 lakh women living in the north-western province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa do not have a National Identity Card.

According to data released by the Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA), out of 26 lakh women, 10 lakh are from Swabi, while 7 lakh are from Abbottabad and 9 lakh from Bajaur who do not have a national identity card. Because of this, these women neither have the right to vote nor are they getting any role in the political, social and economic progress of the country.

26 lakh women do not have identity card

According to a tweet from TDEA, 26 lakh women in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa do not have a national identity card. Due to this their ability to play a role in political, social and economic progress is restricted. Along with this, he is also unable to avail social security, education and health services.

Explain that citizens in Pakistan get the right to vote and to subscribe to political parties. They get the benefit of government schemes only from the identity card. Lack of identity card deprives these women of becoming full citizens of the country.

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