A number of women including Raheel Durrani are contesting for general elections for the first time in the history of Balochistan
'If women compete in general seats and assemblies to come, at least they will not listen to the fact that they have come to the charitable seats.'
It is said that the first session of the meeting of the Assembly, Rahulullah Durrani, was compared to the National Assembly seat NA-265 Quetta quetta from the capital of Pakistan's Balochistan province on the other side of the Balochistan Assembly.
A number of women including Raheel Durrani are contesting for general elections for the first time in the history of Balochistan.
The number of such women is 32, from which seven are from Balochistan to 16 general seats and remaining 51 constituencies in Balochistan are in the area.
Some other prominent women candidates who choose to contest on general seats include former federal minister Zebeda Jalal, Gynologist Professor Dr Shahnaz Naser Baloch and Yasmin Gurdi.
Speaker Rahul Durrani has been elected on the seat of women's seats in 2002 since 2002, while the Speaker for the last two-year Balochistan Assembly also has been.
He is happy that due to the amendment in the election process, political parties are constrained for five percent tickets to women.
Raheela Durrani is counted in the women's assembly members who did more development work than her funds.
Due to lack of medical facilities in Balochistan, mortality and mortality rates are much higher than other provinces compared to higher.
Raheela Durrani says that after being a Member Assembly, when she heard about the deaths of children and children, she got the modern hospital in the modern hospital, besides the nine districts of Balochistan in maternal and aphanage hospital.
He said that there are no hostels at the University of Bahadur Khan Women's. They hosted for 500 students' accommodation from their funds.
They are not in any way behind men in the campaign. Apart from addressing various congregations, they distribute their pamphlets into homes and markets.
It is a difficult task to drive on the road, but Raheela Durani says women should compete.
He says that even though some parties have tickets to ordinary seats for women, their success is not possible, but women should have assemblies and assemblies.
She says that women's election on specific seats is under a constitutional process, but women selected on these seats discriminated.
She says: 'These ineffective words also have to hear that it is zakat and charity seats.'
Raheela Durrani said that women are not behind anyone. Women who are currently choosing to vote on general seats should be able to compete and compete at the highest level of defeat and victory.
Sana Durani, Chief Executive of the Balochistan Public Party leader and the NGO's 'Women's Cast', says that Balochistan's society is tribal and conservative.
She said that women have no chance to contest the general seats of the assemblies except for specific seats, which could be estimated that only once two or two women are only in general seats.
He said that when women can handle a house they can also become a good administrator.
Appreciating the decision to make political parties five percent to women, he declared it as a positive development.
He said: 'I know that even political parties did not make justice with women. Women were given tickets to the general seats where their position was weak.
He said that in a sense political parties have completed the quota, but at least the tradition has changed. The win and the matter of the necklace is afterwards. The main thing is that women are competing on general seats.
He says that in the future we find it very beneficial. There is probably no end of progress because it will take some time to change the society of thought. '
He said that perhaps if women can not win this year, then two of them will be the next election in general seats on the success.
Nursalah Bachchan, a member of the Executive Council of 'Free and Fair Election Network' (Fafn), is the Chief Executive Officer of the NGO's 'Center for Peace and Development', says women are far behind our society. In the past, they were taken to men to equally, but to give them the opportunity to compete on the general seats, resulting in women's problems, their political process and decision-making in a very positive result.
He said that when a woman goes to society, she asks men to vote, she will accept her role in her role. His participation in the political process will increase.
Nazarwal said that if women succeed in general seats then their role in solving problems and legislation will be a positive step towards the stability of the society.
He said that the most important thing to win from the hook was that women's direct participation has started in at least a political process, which is an important step towards a healthy society.