Doctor Saveera Parkash Becomes First Hindu Woman to Contest Elections 2024

Doctor Saveera Parkash Becomes First Hindu Woman to Contest Elections 2024

Dr. Saveera Parkash has also applied for specific seats in the National and Provincial Assembly,

According to media, she is the First Hindu Woman candidate for the general elections to be held in February next year, who has filed her papers for contesting in a general seat.

Saveera Parkash says that determination to serve humanity is in her blood. She said that during her medical career, she had direct experience of poor management and helplessness in government hospitals, so she wanted to solve these problems by being elected as a legislator.

Dr Saveera Parkash says that if elected, she will address the neglect and suppression of women in the development sector. She wants to work for the backward and deprived classes.

He also expressed his desire to work for the betterment of women and provide a safe environment for them by advocating their rights.

Who is Saveera Parkash?

Dr. Sveera Prakash graduated from Abbottabad International Medical College in 2022.

She is also the General Secretary of Pakistan People’s Party Women’s Wing in Buner. His father Dr. Om Prakash has been associated with Pakistan Peoples Party for the last thirty five years.

Local residents say that Saveera Parkash is breaking with the male-centered tradition of Pakistani society by running for a general seat in the general election. after 55 years of Buner’s merger with Pakistan, this will be the first time a Hindu woman candidate from there runs for general elections.
In 2018, Krishna Kumari Kohli she was elected the first Hindu woman of Pakistan to become a member of the Pakistani Senate by winning one of these reserved seats for women.
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) advises at least five percent women candidates to contest the forthcoming general elections on February 8.

According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, the total number of women who have submitted nomination papers for the National Assembly is 471, while a total of 28,626 candidates have submitted nomination papers for the National and Provincial Assembly