Before and after the independence of the country, various political, literaty, educational and scholaristic ladies played an important role in the country. In Pakistan, following ladies got the aspiration of their work for the betterment of the country and the nation. Among these ladies, Benazir Bhutto is the one which got the premiership and became the first female prime minister of Pakistan.

Fatima Jinnah 30, 1893 — July 8, 1967
Mather-e-Millat (Mother of Nation) is the most famous and noncontroversial lady in the history of Pakistan. As a younger sister of Quaid-e-Azam she played very important role in the Pakistan Movement. She was also famous for her struggle against Ayub Khan in Presidential election of 1965. Mohtarma also contributed in the Pakistan movement with her brother-Quaid-e-Azam.
Benazir Bhutto (21 June 1953 – 27 December 2007
She is the most celebrated political figure in history of Pakistani Politics. She was the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan and re-elected for the post of Prime Minister of Paksitan in 1993. She won United Nation Prize in field of Human Rights  in year 2007 and same year on 27 December she was assasinated in Liaquat Bag Rawalpindi. Benazir wrote a book on her life which is named as “Daughter Of Pakistan”.
Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Kha-1905 – June 13, 1990
She was the first Muslim women Governer and first muslim women delegate to UN , she was marreid with Liaquat Ali Khan in 1932. She was also the Frist Mulsim woman to won UN award for Human Rights in 1970. This brilliant lady played very important role in Pakistan Movement and after creation of Pakistan she worked hard for the welfare and betterment of the women of Pakistan.
Syeda Abida Hussain
She is the most experienced female politician of Paksitan. Syeda belongs to PPP and served many times as Minister in different Governments. She also served as Ambassadar of Pakistan to United States. Her husband is a famous politicain named as Fakher Imam. She is active member of SHIA community in Pakistan.
Fahmida Mirza
She is not only the first woman Speaker of National Assembly of Pakistan but also the first Muslim woman Speaker in National Assembly in the Mulsim World. She belongs to SINDH (Hyderabad) and doctor by profession. She belongs to PPP and intersting thing about her is that by face she resembles with Benazir Bhutto.
Bano Qudsia
A popular literary figure in Pakistan. She  is the most celebrated writer of urdu literature. Mostly, she is famous in darama writing for TV and Radio. Auther of many books among which Raja Gidh is best seller in Pakistan, Bano is a prolific “Afsana” writer. She born in 1928 and married with famous writer Ashfaq Ahmad. She is still the best female writer in Pakistan.
Begum Nasim Wali Khan: She is famous political leader of NWFP, one of the smallest   province of Pakistan. She married with Khan Abdul Wali Khan in 1954 and since then she is an active politician. She is step mother of Asfand Wali Khan. She belongs to Awami National Party (ANP). Begum Jee  also served as President of ANP and Parliamentary leader in provincial assembly of NWFP.
Asma Jahingir is a  prominent Human Right Activist and lawyer who born in 1952. She won many awards for her work in the field of Human Rights and faced many threats because of  his social work. She also serverd as UN special Reporter for Human Rights in Pakistan. Owner of a linient personality, Asma is very for her demeanour.
Nigar Ahmad is very active social worker and works for the Aurut Foundation (a women rights organization in Pakistan). She completed her Masters degree from Punjab University and completed higher studied in Cambridge University. She is also a scholar of common wealth. She is helping the women of Pakistan in all matters through her pen and actions.
Parveen Shakir
November 24, 1952 – December 26, 1994
She is prominent poet of Pakistan and her work in literature and poetry awarded her Pride of Performance Award which is most prestigious award of Pakistan. Her first volume of poetry named “Khushbo” in 1976 was a great success. The element of Romanticism is very prominent in her poetry. Unfortunately she died in car accident in 1994.
January 25, 2010 | Jibran Jamshed | 4 Comments | 400 views