I was treated as a sister of opposition party’s MNA

Not complaining or blaming but wanted to say something that I felt during my visit to Pakistan this year. And I wanted to mention just that next time some one else don’t feel deprived or treated not fairly.

It was a little disappointing when I was felt being treated by the government not as a national hero or like any other sports persons (present and past) who are praised on their performances but I was taken as a sister of the opposition party MNA, despite knowing that I have no affiliation with politics or any political party and have no interest.

I love art, sports and keen to gain knowledge. Love going for my instincts and living a free happy life…means being boss of my life smile emoticon. Whatever is in my heart, I say it or do it and for that reason I can never be a politician for sure smile emoticon. Athletes are the true ambassadors for any country.

Maria is a sister of the PTI’s Ayesha Gulalai Wazir

I love representing Pakistan internationally and will keep up my struggle for whatever it takes to improve the image of my country and a positive change in the lives of my fellow Pakistani brothers and sisters and beyond. Believe in paving a path together that can bring us peace and stability.

I want to see a healthy, sporty, educated and skillful Pakistan . A nation with high integrity and profound understanding. A nation with such openness that accepts both the person and their thoughts.


  1. That’s ok dear. A lot of us do know you as a Pakistani superstar Squash champion! And yes, you have a sister who’s MNA or something 🙂

  2. You are the pride of nation Maria. You are one of the few women who are the torch bearers of women freedom struggle. Keep it up, you are a lot stronger than men.


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