PML-N MNA on reserved seat Romina Khurshid Alam embraces Islam
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz member national assembly MNA on reserved seat Romina Khurshid Alam on her twitter account @MNARomina announced that she has embraced Islam.
She is known for her work Human rights, Kashmir, Sustainable Development Goals, youth issues and on climate change.
In a tweet posted she said, "This is my first #EidAlAdha after embracing Islam. My journey to becoming a Muslim has been a beautiful one, which has taught me so much but yet I continue to learn more with every passing day. Wish you all Eid Mubarak #EidMubarak."
This is my first #EidAlAdha after embracing Islam. My journey to becoming a Muslim has been a beautiful one, which has taught me so much but yet I continue to learn more with every passing day. Wish you all Eid Mubarak #EidMubarak— Romina Khurshid Alam (@MNARomina) August 1, 2020
Pakistan People's Party MNA Shazia Atta Mari congratulated Romina Khurshed Alam. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Physician Dr Adnan also congratulated the converted MNA. PPP MNA Naz Baloch also congratulated the Romina Khurshed Alam.
Romina has also served as MNA on reserved seat from 2013 to 2018 and as Chief Coordinator for Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme in 2015. She is serving as Treasury Women Parliamentarians caucus.
During a seminar on Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians, Ms. Alam shed light on her struggle of gaining prominence from humble beginnings. She described her journey from being a non-Muslim backbencher to a notable and productive member of her party PML-N. She urged all women to take inspiration from her example and tap into their inner strength.
Women are naturally endowed with the ability to multitask as they have to carry out multiple roles simultaneously. There is still room for women to leave a mark on politics by working hard and overcoming all kinds of obstacles including limited financing, patriarchal culture of political parties and others. She emphasized the need for women parliamentarians to raise voices for each other. She said that together women can make a big difference.