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Who is Ayesha Malik who is going to be the first woman judge of Pakistan Supreme Court

Pakistan News: In a country like Pakistan, a woman becoming a judge in the Supreme Court is nothing short of a miracle in itself. Ayesha Malik has done this miracle with her hard work, dedication and sincerity who is going to become the first woman judge of Pakistan Supreme Court. The country’s Judicial Commission of Pakistan has approved her name and now after getting approval from the parliamentary committee, she will achieve a status in the neighboring country, which is not less than a dream for the women there.

First woman judge of Pakistan Supreme Court

Born on June 3, 1966, Ayesha Malik graduated from the Government College of Commerce and Economics, Karachi after her early studies from Karachi Grammar School. After this, he was inclined towards legal education and after taking a degree from the College of Law, Lahore, he studied LLM (Masters of Law) from the Harvard School of Law, Massachusetts in America. Recognizing his merit, he was elected a ‘London H. Gammon Fellow’ in 1998-1999. Ayesha Malik started her career with Fakhruddin Ji Ibrahim & Co in Karachi and spent four years here from 1997 to 2001. In the next 10 years, she earned a lot of fame and was associated with many famous law firms.

Became a judge in Lahore Court in 2012

In the year 2012, Ayesha Malik was appointed as a judge in the Lahore High Court and became a big name in the world of law. The recent appointment of Ayesha, who is often in the news for her fair and impeccable decisions, has been opposed by some judges and lawyers. They have raised questions on Ayesha’s seniority and her eligibility for the post. However, ‘Women in Law Initiative-Pakistan’ has cited 41 earlier occasions in response to this protest, when appointments were made without seniority. Remember that last year the judicial commission had refused the appointment of Ayesha on this post.

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women’s rights advocate

Ayesha Malik is considered an advocate of women’s rights in the country and she has also made efforts in this direction. An example of this is his landmark judgment last year, in which he quashed a controversial trial on women in rape cases that often helped the accused escape the brunt of the law and the character of the victim woman. put him under suspicion. However, the appointment of Ayesha Malik has been supported by many prominent personalities of Pakistan.

History towards restoration of women’s rights

On her appointment, Malika Bukhari, Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary for Law of the ruling Takreek-e-Insaf party, tweeted: “A momentous and defining moment for our country when a brilliant lawyer and a fine judge was elected as the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. created. The traditions are breaking.” Pakistani writer Bina Shah said on his appointment that he has created new history. The condition of women in Pakistan is not hidden from anyone in the world and the struggle of women’s rights advocates has a history of its own. It is hoped that with the appointment of Ayesha Malik, a new history will be written in the direction of restoration of women’s rights.

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