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Fauzia Wahab remembered... By Alfred

20 June, 2012

The sad demise of the PPP MNA Fauzia Wahab is a great loss to her party. An intelligent and bold woman, her services particularly related to her work for human rights are remarkable. When she was head of the Human Rights Cell of PPP, she did a great deal of work for the oppressed and poor belonging to the minorities. She was very vocal in cases of violation of their fundamental rights. She was convinced that the Blasphemy Law has further divided people into Muslims and non-Muslims and she opposed it with all her logical arguments.

After being elected on a reserved seat of women in 2008, she defended the present government on all forums. She became very famous due to her participation in different TV talk shows. With her unique style of talk, she played a role of defender like a soldier, and that later become her identity. Whatever be the case and circumstance, her loyalty with her party has been exemplary. As a party activist, sometimes she adopted an aggressive attitude and paid a price for it but never complained about anything. Her services will be remembered for times to come. Now when she is no more with us, let us pray for her departed soul. May she rest in peace.


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