An Exclusive Interview with Rabia Basri for All Round View

👤 Interviewed By: Zill-e-Huma. 🕔 Posted on: January 5, 2018 | 20:18 👁 Views: 684

An Exclusive Interview with Rabia Basri for All Round View

Zill-e-Huma: How do you see the current political situation in Pakistan?

Rabia Basri:Islamic Republic of Pakistan was established in 1947, a country of 170 million people, full of natural resources and more than 70 years of independence but still not respected in the world community. In less than 30 years of independence, its one arm gets separated (Bangladesh). Remaining part till today is living on IMF, World Bank and foreign donations. Majority of the population is living in rural areas without basic necessities of life. It is a country where financial gap between rich and poor is increasing day by day. From the last 10 years, extremism is increasing. What ever happens in the world it is almost understood even before investigations that it will have a link with Pakistan. Almost every kind of problem exists in Pakistan, including electricity load-shedding, bad economy, less educational facilities, less hospitals, inflation and no pure water in many parts. These problems exist in Pakistan right from its independence which are mentioned above was more than sixty years ago. Despite it being rich on raw resources thus far Pakistan is a developing country with limited development in every era due to the problems it faces. In the following text we will shed some light on some of the major problems faced today by Pakistan as a country. Terrorism is the main problem ..we have been victimized since very long.

Zill-e-Huma: What do you suggest the government should do in order to solve the issues that the Pakistani community is facing overseas?

Rabia Basri: Government should equip the concerned departments to facilitate those maximum who are suffering or facing issues outside.

Zill-e-Huma: what do you think the Pakistani community living overseas should do to build the positive image of building of Pakistan?

Rabia Basri: Discussions regarding how to promote a positive image of Pakistan abroad are not new. It is undoubted that the picture of Pakistan in the world’s imagination, particularly the Western imagination, requires some correction. The reality of Pakistan’s one-dimensional reputation as a repository for all things grim and grotesque cannot be countered by the insistence that everything is beautiful and bountiful, and the country’s inner frictions are merely fictions. Strong cultural presence is required to show the real face of Pakistan. It is true that Pakistan suffers from a weak cultural presence abroad and what it seriously needs is a marketable soft image. For instance, it has been noted that there are very few Pakistani singers, actors, writers or artists who attract audiences beyond the segments of overseas Pakistanis living in Britain, North America and Gulf states. There is nothing in the general Pakistani outlook that encourages terrorism and religious fanaticism because it is a land of peace-loving people who enjoy their music, their poetry and literature and their cuisine and who revel in the visual and performing arts, in fashion trends and in ethnic multiplicity. Pakistan is one of those few countries in the world that are blessed with an extremely rich cultural heritage and a long history stretching back to some seven millennia. It is the land of Gandhara, Harappa and Moenjodaro. Pakistan is the country where women work shoulder to shoulder with men in roles as diverse as doctors, teachers, TV anchors, engineers, lawyers, architects, politicians, judges, civil servants, scientists, geologists, journalists, army officers, airline pilots, air traffic controllers and even jet fighter pilots. In fact, today’s Pakistani woman is more empowered than ever before. It was Pakistan which gave the Islamic world its first woman prime minister in the person of Benazir Bhutto and the first among Islamic nations where the National Assembly is currently run by a female speaker.

Zill-e-Huma: Please provide brief description about your parents?

Rabia Basri: Its not that easy to describe parents. Experiencing the childhood with looking after of my great parents and being desired towards becoming a good parent, I thought so much about the question Well, the best of the best Alhamdulillah. They have a boundless love and care for family. I remember my used to share house work with ammi. I always found my parents working really really hard to make us happy. They are my role model. I always try to imitate Ammi especially how she talks, each manner from my parents is a new lesson for me. It is clear that the lovely gestures from parents to each other or from parents to children will make children have good behaviors expressing family sentiment. Therefore, a parent should be a good model for children not only in manner, but also in talk. I am definitely in agreement with the statement ‘the better parents are, the better children are’. Last but not least, my parents always have a good method of educating me and siblings. They knew when to inspire and when to strict. This helps us recognize which is bad and which is good for them. Whatever I am, I owe to them.

Zill-e-Huma: When did you get married?

Rabia Basri: 10th December, 2009.

Zill-e-Huma: How many children do you have and what do they do?

Rabia Basri: I have two kids ma sha Allah. My son is in KG and my daughter is in Pre- Nursery.

Zill-e-Huma: Was your marriage an arranged marriage or a love marriage?

Rabia Basri: Marriage arranged with Love.

Zill-e-Huma: Do you believe in love marriage?

Rabia Basri: Yes, I do. But not blindly following it.

Zill-e-Huma: If any of your child wants to get a love marriage, then what will be your reaction?

Rabia Basri: I’ll fully support him/her in sha Allah, even my husband will also. He is more broad minded than me.

Zill-e-Huma: What are your hobbies?

Rabia Basri: Book Reading. Playing with my kids. Doing radio programs, It helps me to relieve stress by keeping me engaged. My social work, that always gives me immense pleasure and peace.

Zill-e-Huma: Do you study regularly?

Rabia Basri: Yes, I do. Mostly I read Bacon, Russell, Khaled Hosseini Ibn e Insha, Mumtaz Mufti, Amjad Islam Amjad and So many.

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