Top 10 Female Politicians of Pakistan

Attractive Pakistani Women Politicians – Top 10

The Pakistani women of today enjoy a better status than most women around the world. They have progressed in various fields of life such as politics, education, economy, services, health and many more. Participation in Pakistani politics by youngs, specially by young charming ladies is new phenomenon. With the emergence of new political forces this trend flourished. We saw a large number of women participate in current election. Here we listed the top ten of most beautiful, glamorous, attractive Pakistani women politicians.

These are top 10 most attractive Pakistani women politicians.

1. Maryam Nawaz

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At top of the list of most attractive Pakistani women politicians is Maryam Nawaz Sharif. This gorgeous lady is daughter of former Prime minister Nawaz Sharif and the former first lady of Pakistan, Kalsom Nawaz. She is active in national politics and is a political central figure in the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N). No doubt she is the most beautiful woman. She has an admirable attractive personality with innocent look.

2. Ayla Malik

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Ayla Malik is at 2nd position of most attractive Pakistani women politicians. She is young hot, beautiful and very pretty female politician of Pakistan. She is the niece of former president Sardar Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari and sister of former federal minister Sumaira Malik. She joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI ) getting inspired by the work and dedication of Imran Khan.

3. Hina Rubani Khar

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No doubt Pakistan’s youngest and first woman Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar topped the list of most glamorous women politicians in the world. But she is at 3rd position in our list of attractive Pakistani women politicians. According to a survey conducted by India Today, Hina Rabbani Khar, who was elected member of national assembly from the seat of Pakistan Peoples Party, is famous for wearing attractive and fashionable outfits. Her handbags and dresses remains the focus of the media anywhere.

4. Kashmala Tariq

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Kashmala Tariq was a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan from the Women Reserve Constituency for the province of Punjab. She belonged to the Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-e-Azam). She is also actively involved in women’s rights. She is famous for her dressings and outspoken statements.

5. Marvi Memon

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Known for her bold stance on various issues of national interest. former MNA Marvi Memon is among the youngest female legislators who came into public view after getting elected in the 2008 election on reserved seats for women. The daughter of prominent Pakistan Muslim League politician, educator and businessman Nisar Memon, Marvi serving as the central and public figure of the Pakistan Muslim League presided by Nawaz Sharif.

6. Sassui Palijo

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Sassui Palijo also known as Sassi Palijo is a young liberal politician and a columnist in Pakistan. She is Sindhi Pakistani politician who belongs to PPP. She is also famous due to her typical Sindhi beauty and there are many people who are her fans due to her charm.

7. Sumaira Malik

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Sumaira Malik is a Pakistani Famous Politicians and Social Workers and Human Right Activist. She is the daughter of Malik AllahYar Khan and the granddaughter of Amir Mohammad Khan, The Nawab of KalaBagh. Former President of Pakistan Sardar Farooq Khan Leghari is her uncle.

8. Shazia Marri

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Shazia Marri is a Sindhi Baloch Pakistani politician and member of the National Assembly. She also remains provincial Minister for Information and Electric Power of Sindh. Belonging to a family of veteran and influential family of Sindhi politicians, she was elected to provincial assembly of Sindh for first time in 2002 and again in 2008, from the seats reserved for women, representing PPP.

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  1. Interesting to note that most (if not all) of these ladies got into politics through family ties. (connections). This is still a difference to successful ladies of the West. (Is it true or am I right?)

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