Top 10 Best Attractive Pakistani Women Politicians: Women in Pakistan have shown their active presence in all the fields like education, health, economy, finance, politics and all other. The importance of the women’s presence in the politics cannot be denied, and they have become an integral part of the political field in Pakistan. The Pakistan women politicians are very popular as they have contributed to the development and progress of their country. In Pakistan, as there emerged new political forces a new trend flourished, and now there are young and attractive women who have conquered the world of politics. The existence of women political leadership in a society is an urgent need of the day. At present, Pakistan has many notable and famous woman politicians who are working for the improvement of their country in every field. So here are the best 10 attractive politicians of Pakistan.
10. Shaheen Kausar Dar
Shaheen Kausar Dar is one of the attractive politicians of Pakistan. She was born on 4th July 1971. She has been elected to the Deputy Speaker Legislative Assembly of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Shaheen is an active politician who is a member of Pakistan Peoples Party. As a chief organiser Ladies wing PPPSJK, she is actively working for her country’s development.
9. Farahnaz Ispahani
Farahnaz Ispahani is a former Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center. As a journalist, author, policy analyst, she joined the National Assembly of Pakistan as a Member of the Pakistan Peoples Party, representing the Sindh province in the reserved seats for women in 2008. Farahnaz Ispahani was selected as one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers by Foreign Policy magazine. Ispahani belongs to the Pakistan Peoples Party. Her famous work is Purifying the Land of the Pure; Pakistan’s Religious Minorities, and it deals with issues and victimisation of religious minorities in Pakistan since its creation in 1947. She is one of the top 10 best attractive politicians in Pakistan. She had also worked in television and print before she laid her position in the politics.
8. Shazia Marri
Shazia Marri is a Pakistani politician who was elected to provincial assembly of Sindh for the first time from 2002-2007 and again from 2008-2013. Shazia is a member of the National Assembly. Marri was born on 8th October 1972. She is now the provincial Minister for Information and Electric Power of Sindh. She has elected to provincial assembly of Sindh from the seats reserved for women, representing PPP. She is a politician who works for the empowerment of women. She belongs to a family of Sindhi politicians and her grandfather Ali Muhammad Marri was a member of the legislative assembly of Sindh in 1944-45 during the British Raj.
7. Sumaira Malik
Sumaira Malik entered into the political field in the year 2002. She belongs to Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan. She has stood for the National Assembly from Constituency NA-69 in the Pakistani general election in 2002. And in 2008 on PML-Q ticket and Pakistani general election, 2013 on PML-N ticket. She has won the seats every time. But unfortunately, she was disqualified from her seat of National Assembly by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on account of her fake degree on 29 October 2013. She is a Human Right Activist. Sumaira Malik is the daughter of Malik AllahYar Khan and the granddaughter of Amir Mohammad Khan, The Nawab of KalaBagh.
6. Sassui Palijo
She is a Pakistani politician and a columnist who was affiliated with the Pakistani Peoples Party. Sassui has been an active campaigner for human rights and gender equality in Pakistan. She is from Thatta, Sindh, Pakistan. Now she is a Senator on women’s reserved seat from Sindh. She is notable as she the only directly elected women assembly member in Sindh among the 168 assembly members. Sassui Palijo was arrested several times in Islamabad during General Musharraf’s military rule. She is from a family of politicians. Her father Ghulam Qadir Palijo has been a Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh twice, and he is a senior politician in Mirpur Sakro, Thatta.
5. Marvi Memon
Marvi Memon is a public figure of the Pakistan Muslim League led by Nawaz Sharif. She is not only a politician but also a business woman. She was a Member of Parliament from March 2008 to June 2011 as MNA. She is one of the attractive and active Pakistani politician who was a member of the parliamentary committees on Environment, Information Technology, and Kashmir Gilgit-Baltistan. Marvi Memon is one of the most famous politicians who is the first parliamentarian of Pakistan to author parliamentary diaries ‘My Diaries’ which was published in 2012.
4. Kashmala Tariq
Kashmala Tariq is a Pakistani politician who actively participates in women’s rights. She is the former member of National Assembly of Pakistan from the Women Reserve Constituency for the province of Punjab. Kshmala is married to Mr Tariq Rasheed Khan, who is a Pakistani based in Canada. She is one among the critics of the Hudood Ordinance and questions its legitimacy in Islamic theology as claimed by the proponents. it is she who have introduced the two bills in support of women in parliament on honour killings and amendments to the Hudood Ordinance. She is a layer and one of the notable activists in Pakistan.
3. Hina Rabbani Khar
Hina Rabbani Khar is the youngest and the first woman Foreign Minister of Pakistan. She was born on 19th November 1977. She is one of the mosts beautiful politicians in Pakistan. It was in 2008, she joined the Pakistan Peoples Party and was re-elected to the national assembly. She served as the 26th Foreign Minister from 2011 to 2013. She comes from a feudal family and entered into the political field as a member of national assembly in 2002 and becoming a junior minister responsible for economic policy under the Prime Minister Shaukat Azi. When she was the foreign minister, she had become very popular by attracting significant world attention due to her appearance and as a Pakistan woman politician.
2. Ayla Malik
Ayla Malik is the politician who served Pakistan as a Member of National Assembly on a reserved seat from 2002 to 2007. She is one of the most beautiful female politicians. She comes from a political family and is the granddaughter of Malik Amir Mohammad Khan of Kalabagh, who had been the governor of West Pakistan. In 1998, she came into the politics of Pakistan as a member of Farooq Leghari-led Millat Party. Ayla is a notable public figure due to her prettiness and beauty. She has also served as Imran Khan’s campaign manager in Mianwali.
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1. Maryam Nawaz
Maryam Nawaz comes on the top position of the best attractive Pakistani politicians. She is an active figure in the Pakistan Muslim League. She is the daughter of Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif and Kalsoom Nawaz. She currently serves as an aide in Muslim League. From the year 2011, she has been very active in the political field of Pakistan. She was born in Lahore on 28th October 1973. Her role in politics has often been portrayed and criticised as a representation of family politics in Pakistan. even though she is a controversial figure in politics, she is popular as the most beautiful woman politician and personality in Pakistan.