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Dr. Shahnaz of Pakistan Becomes the World’s First Hijabi Female Pilot

Pakistani Doctor Shahnaz Laghari is world’s first Hijabi female pilot.

Doctor Shahnaz Laghari the hijabi female pilot is also included in the Guinness Book of World Records for this accomplishment.

She manages a few training facilities to empower women in society and works as a good social worker in her town.

She was born in Lahore, where she started her political career as an independent leader and ran unsuccessfully from her home city in the 2013 General Elections.

Shahnaz reportedly joined the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ) political party in May 2018, according to the Lahore local media.

She was questioned about how she handled it in every area of her life during one of her interviews. Dr. Shahnaz continued, very well, to describe her experience wearing a headscarf, how people treated her, and the challenges she encountered as a result.

She began the interview by expressing her gratitude to Allah for granting women the freedom to pursue their interests without interference

Dr. Shahnaz talked about how her conviction never caused her to encounter any difficulties. She agreed to disagree when the host questioned her about external restrictions.

She expressed her deep disapproval of her friends’ arguments that “Hijabi women” ought to stay at home, leave their hijabs at home, and refrain from wearing them to work.

Doctor Shahnaz Laghari couldn’t help but praise God all the while, feeling so grateful to have been given the chance in spite of all the opposition. She claims that she never gave up and never allowed her opponents to win.

She did, in fact, enter the Guinness Book of World Records thanks to her conviction.

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