Also the first woman Lambardar or Numberdar (Village Head Person) in West Pakistan Begum Sarwat Imtiaz took oath in Village 43/12-L in Chichawatni, District Montgomery (now Sahiwal) in 1959.The 1961 Muslim Family Law Ordinance, continues to have a significant legal impact on the women of Pakistan.The Pakistani women of today do, however, enjoy a better status than the past.Even with these improvements, rampant domestic abuse and a high rate of child marriages and forced marriages still remain.
However, despite that setback, during 1950–60, several pro-women initiatives were taken.
Many Muslim women supported the Indian National Congress Quit India Movement.
Some like Syeda Safia Begum of Muslim Town Lahore started the first English School for Muslim Children in Muslim Town in 1935.
Pakistani ladies are delicate but strong and are as sweet as can be.
They want to be taken care of well and be respected for being a female.
A lot of Pakistani have the same modern conveniences as the rest of the western world, and troubles seem to be of the past.