For the first time in the history of Pakistan, a Hindu woman is a Senate member. On Saturday, as a candidate for the Pakistan People’s Party, he was elected to Senate reserved women seats in Sindh province. Today it was reported on Sunday in English version of English daily Dawn of Pakistan.
The Kohali community of Dhana Gham, a remote area in Nagarparkar of the Hindu women’s province, created the history of Krishna Kumari.
In a reaction, Krishna Kumari said, ‘I am very happy. It was unthinkable for me to reach the Senate. “She said she will continue to fight the rights of victims of torture. He will work especially on women’s empowerment, education and health.
The 39-year-old Krishna called on ‘Kishu Bai’ by loving parents. He had to pass his childhood through difficult times. With family and relatives, he had to give forced labor in a landlord land in Kunar of Umarkat district. Three years they were forced to stay in jail. After the police raided them, they were released. He was admitted to primary school in Talhe village of Umberkot. Then he studied in Tando Kalki area of Mirpurkhas district. In many crises, parents continued to study Krishna and his brother.
Krishna dedicates this success to his parents, saying that his father-in-law encouraged him. Because of them, he later earned his university degree.
In 1994, at the age of 16, when he was studying in ninth grade, he married Chandra Chand, a student of Sindhu Agricultural University. After marriage he continued to study. He did an MA in Sociology from Sindh University. In 2005 he was involved in social activities.
Mr.Props Congress MP Mahesh Kumar Malani, the leader of the Pakistan People’s Party, was optimistic about winning the silver medalist Rupali Koli family member Krishna. Before the election, he told about the optimism in the interview with Don. Ruplow Kohli was arrested in 1857 for his attack on the British army and was hanged on 22 August 1858.
Once upon a time as a child, Krishna was forced to labor on a rich landlord land with his parents. He will take oath as the senator standing in a row with rich landowners.