Dr. Fehmida Mirza

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Fahmida Mirza (December 20, 1956; also spelled Fehmida Mirza), was the 18th Speaker of the National Assembly, a lower house of Parliament of State of Pakistan. She is the first woman to hold the office

A senior and influential member of Central Executive Committee of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Fahmida Mirza hails from the influential Sindhi family has represented the Badin Constituency since 1997. A graduate of Liaquat Medical University in 1982, she is a practiced physician and did her house job in gynaecology and paediatrics. Before entering in national politics, Mirza had been a successful businesswoman and leading chief executive of her advertising company based in Karachi, Sindh Province which focused on agriculture development in the country. Joining the Peoples Party in 1997, her political philosophy reflected democratic socialism. Since then, she's been a potent force behind the left-wing politics in Pakistan.

Early life

Fahmida Mirza hails from a Sindhi-speaking Muslim political family in Sindhi, the Qazis of Hyderabad. Her grandfather, Qazi Abdul Qayyum, was the first Muslim president of Hyderabad (Latifabad) Sindh Municipality. Her father, Qazi Abdul Majeed Abid (Qazi Abid), held different ministries in the provincial (Sindh) and federal cabinets from 1982 to 1990 including Provincial Minister for Communication, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Federal Minister for Food and Agriculture, Federal Minister for Education, and Federal Minister for Water and Power. Her uncle, Qazi Mohammad Akbar, was a long-serving Provincial Minister in Sindh, including serving as Provincial Home Minister.

Mirza is the aunt of Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq, a three-time Provincial Sindh Minister and current member and leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party in the Sindh Provincial Assembly, who is related to the influential Sindhi political family through his mother. Pir Mazhar is currently the Senior Minister in the Sindh Cabinet with the portfolio of Education.

Career

She was trained as a doctor at Liaquat Medical College, Jamshoro, Sindh, in 1982. Before entering politics, Dr. Mirza ran an advertising agency, Informachine, later renamed Information Communication Limited (ICL). In 1997 she contested elections successfully from her husband's former constituency of Badin, Sindh, and has continued to be a parliamentarian since then. She is one of the few women elected from a non-reserved constituency.

Personal life

Dr. Mirza is married to Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza, a close friend of Asif Ali Zardari, the co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party. Both her husband and her brother, journalist, Qazi Asad Abid, are former Members of the National Assembly. Zulfikar Mirza is currently a member of the Sindh Provincial Assembly and was former Provincial Home Minister. Sindh Assembly member, Hasnain Mirza, is a son of Fahmida and Zulfikar Mirza.



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Samina ( Islamabad,Pakistan) Friday, March 01, 2013 1:26:55 AM (MDT - USA)
ٌٌٌٌُْ ا سلام علیکوم مادام ھئم اپ سے محبت کر تی ہے ۔ Love you and we wish you long life

Anwaar-ul-Haq Wafa ( Fortabbas District Bahawalnagar,Pakistan) Wednesday, June 01, 2011 12:47:40 PM (MDT - USA)
Mam speaker why not the implemented passed resolutions by our national assembly regarding drone attacks which caused to growth the terrorism in our country.and why you not played your roll in this respect

Dr,Fozia ( Islamabad,Pakistan) Wednesday, December 22, 2010 7:09:35 PM (MDT - USA)
we as a Pakistani feel shame abroad , due to u people, why u w'nt love and escape ur country , pls resign because u r a flop speaker in Pakistan History. see comments of nation ! I m sorry if i hearted u.

Irfan ( Juffair,Bahrain) Thursday, July 08, 2010 12:16:17 PM (MDT - USA)
Doctor **** is not required in N.Assembly her job is in Hospital but unfartunately bad luck of Pakistan that PPP 's Government - what special she did from 2008 & she is not capable for this seat. but !!!!!!!

jan ( pakistan,Pakistan) Tuesday, April 06, 2010 3:18:00 AM (MDT - USA)
dr fahmida mirza is the first women speaker of national essembly of pakistan. she is so cute and sober women. i love her a lot.

ghufran memon ( Badin Sindh,Pakistan) Monday, April 05, 2010 10:30:19 AM (MDT - USA)
Salam Apa may Badin may rahta hoon 3 sal hay berozgar hon ap hay hamara sahara ho mahrbani ker kay mujay job dilwado may MBA Holder hon

Pakistani ( Sialkot,Pakistan) Saturday, January 09, 2010 3:07:30 AM (MDT - USA)
The wife of a traitor who does not know that free mixing of man and woman is haram in Islam. But these people have no faith. They should be hanged till death to save our beloved country Pakistan. May Allah delete these selfish traitors from Pakistan.

zubair ( badin,Pakistan) Wednesday, January 06, 2010 12:23:13 AM (MDT - USA)
زبیر بدین کان نوکری جی آضرورت ہے

Tunio ( New York,United States) Monday, January 04, 2010 11:38:34 PM (MDT - USA)
She is the speaker because she happens to be married to Mr. Ten percent’s right hand Mr. Mirza “the traitor” (we decided to break up Pakistan fame). They all are characterless characters who done nothing for the poor people. They all are corrupt to the bone! Since the shahadat of BB Mrs. Mirza has been trying hard to look like BB. She can never come close to BB in appearance or brains

Moazzam ( Lahore,Pakistan) Monday, May 18, 2009 10:58:30 AM (MDT - USA)
I dont like that a female will lead the national assembly. Pls join ur original profession of Doctor.

siftae ayesha ( Islamabad,Pakistan) Friday, April 10, 2009 6:57:09 AM (MDT - USA)
Asalamu_alikum i would like to say all the people who r commenting about dr.fehmida mirza that u guys are just foolish and have bad manners all r u just like a robot just said that what u thought she is a very noble lady and her husband too is a very respectable and sensible person don't say anything bad about them got u guys may be u should know some manners ALLAH HAFIZ

rana farooq ( faisalabad,Pakistan) Wednesday, March 18, 2009 1:28:00 PM (MDT - USA)
she is worse speaker in the history of pakistan. parliment have achieved nothing in last 13 months because the speaker is unable to even impelment resolutions of parliment. the only achievement of this speaker is to put bariers in the proceedings of qaima committee to save the 9dogar) chief of injustice.

fasih ullah ( barcelona(peshawar),Spain) Saturday, March 14, 2009 9:39:29 AM (MDT - USA)
mam you have a very strong position in the govt u can play a role for these crises& u can tell to ur president to obey ur promises on which u collect all the parties thanks

Mir Ejaz Talpure ( Badin,Pakistan) Wednesday, March 11, 2009 5:20:23 PM (MDT - USA)
Dr Fahmida and her husband are equally responsible for the current situation of Pakistan. They are partners of corrupt zardari who is trying to take revenge from this nation. Shame on you aligned speaker and shame on your husband too.

Sohail Memon ( Nawab Shah,Pakistan) Monday, February 16, 2009 4:57:06 PM (MDT - USA)
she has directly protected illegal justice dogar by creating barriers in the proceedings of qiama committee. she has proved she is not non aligned speaker and she is working on the agenda of zardari. we hate you and your husband.

Abid Rehman ( Badin,Pakistan) Wednesday, February 04, 2009 11:02:47 AM (MDT - USA)
you are cause of disrespect to a respectable position of speaker. you have proved by putting hurdles in proceedings of qaima committee that you are alligned on side of justice dogar. shame on you and your husband. you are both liars and cheaters.

Shahzada Riaz ( Salalah,Oman) Saturday, January 03, 2009 3:55:18 AM (MDT - USA)
Dr. Mirza ( her husband) should learn from her that how to behave soberly. She should tell him that\\r\\n\\\" mein hoon na \\\" to teach him. \\r\\nDr. Fahmida Mirza is a well behaved sober person who is contributing a lot to the nation through her good attitude in and outside the National Assembly. I wish that other leaders of PPPP should follow her.

sajjad ( karlskrona,Sweden) Wednesday, December 31, 2008 1:23:18 AM (MDT - USA)
mam...will you plz ask a question from NWFP members that what they had done for province,,nothing,,,NWFP has too much educated people but no job,,,we need some more colleges schools hospitals,,,and they are using gov,money for their own purpose,thanks

sajjad ( karlskrona,Sweden) Wednesday, December 31, 2008 12:42:44 AM (MDT - USA)
i think it is our good luck that first time we had an educated national assembly speaker ,you should talk about education,,,because education is a way of progress for a country,,, why you stopped HEC scholarship

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