Pakistanis Raised Rs. 70,000 On The Internet For This Girl To Buy A Scooty But People Seem To Be Super Jealous!

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Pakistanis Raised Rs. 70,000 On The Internet For This Girl To Buy A Scooty But People Seem To Be Super Jealous!

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Women driving bikes in Pakistan is an uncommon sight, although slowly and steadily you will find a woman or two driving bikes making us proud. Recently, Minahil Baloch, the brave, breaker of norms representing more than half of Pakistani women’s problems regarding commute took it to twitter and had a great message to share.

Minahil is a frequent user of bike hailing services encouraged other women to choose bike as an option regardless of what society thinks and dictates to girls

This initiative gained her naysayers and supporters alike. Afterward, she decided to simply get a bike of her own but couldn’t afford one. With the suggestions of some Twitter users, she went ahead with the idea of asking for donations.

Minahil set the goal at 70,000 rupees for her brand new scooty and Pakistanis didn’t disappoint

In JUST 24 hrs with the generosity of Pakistanis, she raised her funds successfully and was super happy about it. Although she doesn’t know how to ride one, Minahil plans on learning. Yay!

Here’s one excited Minahil

Here’s one excited supportive bunch of good people

Armeena coming through with that love and support. 

Minahil giving hope to other women and Good Luck to those about to ask their parents. 

Khareed lo, confidence bhi ahi jaye ga. You go girl!

Honestly, it’s amazing to see how people can make such a big difference in someone’s life. Kindness and generosity go a long way. 

Minahil received major criticism too but hey, at the end of the day it doesn’t matter. You do you, girl!

Attention Seeking- The most dragged argument ever. 

HMMMMM…

We do have several women that ride motorcycles but with this recent social media campaign of sorts initiated by Minahil Baloch will give other women hope and courage to start driving bikes with all safety precautions in check. It’s time we normalize this, so not only it makes commute cheaper and easier for women but the harassment and ogling that the few receive will stop as well.

Also Read: “WE WERE NOT SETTLED, NOR HAD MONEY” – THIS GIRL SHARES HOW COUPLES DON’T NEED ‘VALUABLES’ TO GET MARRIED

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