Pakistan’s first woman foreign minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, is back in the key role.
Khar took an oath as a foreign minister on the 19th of April, under Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s 37-member cabinet. It is pertinent to mention that only five women made it to the PM’s 37-member cabinet, including Marriyum Aurangzeb, Sherry Rehman, Shazia Marri, Hina Rabbani Khar, and Aisha Ghaus Pasha.
Khar was previously appointed as the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Pakistan in July 2011 at the age of 33, which made her the youngest person and the first woman to have held the position. This is the second time she has been appointed in the same position.
Pakistan's youngest and first female foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar back to ForeignOfficePk . pic.twitter.com/CWn06UZMDt
— Muqadas Farooq Awan (@muqadasawann) April 19, 2022
Apart from politics, Khar is widely popular for her classy and sophisticated style, even in our neighboring country, India. She is often found wearing solid colors, paired with pearls and designer bags and heels to her political commitments.
The fashion police quickly dissected her look from her first day in office. As stated, she wore Rogervivier Heels, which cost a whopping $875 and a Bottega handbag worth $2400. “Our new foreign affairs minister, #hinarabbanikhar, was spotted wearing a whooping $875 @rogervivier heels and a $ 2,400 @newbottega tote bag on her first day as a minister. Talking of first impressions at the workplace.”
Politics aside, women are striving in all fields to compete with men. The number of women who have made it to the member cabinet is only 5, which is nothing less than a sad state of affairs. Former Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, took a dig at Hina Rabbani Khar as soon as she was appointed. His misogynist remarks have not been taken well online, even by people who appreciated Fawad when he was in power.
When you appoint a low IQ women whose only claim to fame is her Berkin bags and expensive eye shades such blunders ll become a norm, hope ll get rid of this lot sooner than later #ImportedGovernmentNamzanzoor pic.twitter.com/KCCkloO9kX
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) April 19, 2022
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