The dearth of Political responsiveness, cultural constraints and inadequate family sustenance exterminates the reveries of several females’ athletes. Likewise, Pakistan sports federation’s ambiguities are the additional nail in the coffin of the athlete’s dreams. A plethora of females lose their potential and confident due to inadequate ultimatums, pleas and corrupt system. Further, the principal reasons why Pakistani athletes are not graded higher is that they get limited sponsorships and they have to endure the finances on their own. Therefore, if players are financially well-bolstered by the boards, they can do wonders. Similarly, the social acceptance, social responsiveness of contemplating female participation in sports is still a huge challenge. The male chauvinistic and misogynist mindset of society hardly cherish such accomplishments. The debate between misogynists and feminist over female inclusion in sports has many deadlocks based on their adjudicates. The second & third wave of feminism Enlighted the importance of women in sports and in other front-line activities. Nevertheless, it is an incredibly fortunate and overwhelming pondering Pakistani women participating and making nation gratified. The women in Pakistan have proven their capabilities and competencies and has many examples at National and international level as well.
We have numerous success stories of Pakistani women who have proven their worth and talent in sports i.e. Kulsoom Abdullah, Sana Mir, Rubab Raza, Maria Toorpakai Wazir and the list goes on. They have questioned the social and cultural norms to contribute and leave an example for the rest of females.
We have the protagonist of a badminton game, a lady who is playing badminton from juvenile. She was on winning streak from the childhood and finally proven herself as National champion of Pakistan.
A right-handed badminton sensation from Karachi Pakistan has reached to the top 150 in the world ranking!
It is undeniably an astounding figure for a Pakistani girl considering the social and religious obstacles. She has secured 149 securing 150 in the world ranking. Also, becoming the first-ever Pakistani women reaching this milestone. Mahoor Shahzad was the women’s singles champion at Pakistan International tournament held in 2017. She has contended in 2014 Asian-Games, and commonwealth games in 2018. The student from IBA has revealed this news on her Twitter account following the picture of her states. This makes her the first time ever badminton competitor from Pakistan who has attained the accomplishment in women’s singles. She epitomizes WAPDA in the domestic composition and currently tops the national rankings.
Further, the people in the country requires to take-up sports at the professional level. consequentially, the government and the concerned sporting boards should essentially safeguard the professionalism to ensure brilliant and endowed individuals to the limelight. For instance, Mahoor is intending to embody Pakistan in the Olympics 2020. Although the Olympics is not the only time that she has represented Pakistan. As a matter of fact, she frolicked in the 2018 Commonwealth tournament in Australia, partaking in women’s singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and crucially in mixed team events.
This juvenile achiever has an extensive way to go. she is surveilling her goals with fortitude; she will not be slackening down by winning several prodigious matches. We anticipate that she attains and triumphs every aim that she wishes for.
Khawateen Rozgar Services congratulates and loud her accomplishments. We wish her all the best for a very bright future. Bravo!
Written by Shah Fahad