Dr. Nasira Javed Iqbal is a successful woman. She is the daughter in law of the great poet Dr. Allama Iqbal. After success of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) in General Elections 2018, rumors are circulating on social media that Nasira Iqbal is being considered as next president of Pakistan.
If these rumors are true then Pakistan is going to have it’s first Female President which is very exciting. Although there’s no confirmation of this news but social media is flooded with reactions on this news.
Pakistan is going to have First Female President?
Justice R Nasira Iqbal for the President. Just the thought of it gives me an unbelievable happiness. 😍
— Rabia Anum Obaid (@RabiaAnumm) July 29, 2018
People says she is the carrier of Allama Iqbal’s legacy and most decent candidate for this position.
Justice (Ret) Nasira Iqbal is being considered for President of Pakistan. She is a Harvard graduate, the daughter-in-law of the thinker of Pakistan Dr Allama Iqbal. She could be the first women President of Pakistan.#Islamabad pic.twitter.com/s25OXDSS5n
— Asim m.z. 🌐 (@Asim_mz) July 30, 2018
It is so exciting for people of Pakistan!
Imran Khan chose the 1st Female President of Pakistan ( Justice(R) Nasira Iqbal)♥
Daughter in law of "ALLAMA IQBAL". pic.twitter.com/paAWuF38wu
— Hassaan Bhai (@Hassaanbhaii) July 29, 2018
Benazir Bhutto was the FIRST female Prime Minister of Pakistan.
And now, in 2018, we have Justice Nasira Iqbal with solid chances of being elected as THE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN 🇵🇰
(I'm actually crying) pic.twitter.com/lZqpLDmPJ9
— Mishaal (@Mishaal_28) July 29, 2018
Some People believe that it’s just a Rumor!
So pakistan's constitution don allow a female president?
— khanum (@asleeeppp) July 29, 2018
Everyone’s sharing opinions about Nasira Iqbal!
Justice R Nasira Iqbal for President of Pakistan.
Well this is an example how #PTI is serious for women empowerment.
— Anas Iqbal (@Anaslqbal) July 29, 2018
Most noteworthy, Nasira Iqbal Iqbal is one of the first five women to be appoint in the Lahore High Court. She served there from 1994 to 2002.