Suffering of Women in Pakistani Society

Zain Ul Abiden Malik, He Zhilong


Behind the underestimation of women from all walks of life in Pakistan, the aim is to avoid the selection process. To be sure, it is useless to appear in the women's trade unions, where they can endure barbarism. In spite of this, the behavior of the debilitated women from the infringement of their personal rights is common. Although the Constitution of the Pakistan stipulates that all citizens are equal before the law and should not be separated under the premise of gender, there is a comprehensive standard practice of abusing them. These customary structures are obstacles to the equal status of women in Pakistani society.




violence, Gender inequality, obstacles


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