As the homeland turns 70, we have nothing but love and gratitude for our country. They say there is no place like home, and that is absolutely true. Despite economical and political turmoil the country has faced, Pakistanis have emerged as a Sooper resilient nation every time. PAKISTANIS WE ARE SOOPER PROUD
Now being a woman is not easy, and in a society like ours it becomes especially difficult to dream and achieve those dreams. But not for these ladies on our list. They are courageous, talented and have fought many odds to achieve their dreams. We are Sooper proud of them and cant wait to see what is next for them!
For someone with a physical handicap, Pakistan can be a tough place to live due to lack of facilities. But when there is passion of such epic proportions, no one can stop you.
Aziza Saeed from Lahore, who suffers from visual imparity just completed her PhD from Government College University Lahore (GCU).
Aziza Saeed who is blind since her birth did her masters and her M-Phil from Government College University in Lahore meanwhile worked as a lecturer at Lahore’s College for Women University. She really has set a strong example for women in Pakistan.