In Islamabad, ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Sirajul Haque stated that after the passing of 70 years, women are still denied education.
If Pakistan wants to be genuinely secure, women must always be secure and empowered.
Addressing a rally held on Women’s Day, Sirajul Haque said that today women worldwide have come out for their rights. They are conscious and determined for their rights. Women are feeble worldwide, and the family system has been destroyed.
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Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq also added that women were isolated under the Antichrist agenda, now the West wants women to be isolated in Islamic countries as well. Several NGOs are working to misguide in the name of women’s rights.
He further said that Pakistan had been a challenging year for women in the previous three years, with 11,000 women sexually raped and 4,000 women dead. Regarding men’s rights, Pakistan has become the worst country in the world.