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The story of three disabled Pakistani women reaching pyramid of Egypt alone

All over the world, including Pakistan, people with disabilities in general and women in particular need the help of other people from home to hospital or any other important place.

But Pakistan's three brave women with disabilities not only set out on a journey outside the country without the help of another person, but also reached the historic Egyptian pyramids in the desert. Ordinary people also need the help of other people and resources when they reach the pyramids of Egypt and of course three Pakistani women must have had such a need but they did not let their disability get in the way of fulfilling their passion.

Tanzeela Khan from Lahore, the capital of Pakistan's Punjab province, Afshan Afridi from Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and Zarghona Wadud, from Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, were alone in the pyramids of Egypt Arrived and surprised the world.

The three brave women, while talking to Dawn Images' preacher, expressed their happiness that despite the Corona epidemic and repeated visa revocations, they have finally reached Egypt, the most important country in the Islamic world. Tanzeela Khan is also a businesswoman and filmmaker. She is the founder of an online store called Gurley Things, which works for the rights of women and people with disabilities in particular.

Afshan Afridi hails from Kohat, KP, but grew up in Lahore and joined the International Social Organization in 2013 after graduating in microbiology. Zarghona Wadud holds a bachelor's degree in law and a master's degree in English literature and is also a leading women's rights activist.

The three women arrived in Egypt without any help from others. Photo: Tanzeela Khan Instagram

Afshan Afridi of Peshawar and Zarghona Wadud of Quetta became disabled due to childhood polio attack while Tanzeela Khan is born disabled

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