My success has helped Pakistani women to move forward, secondary

My success has helped Pakistani women to move forward, secondary

My success has helped Pakistani women to move forward, secondary

My success has helped Pakistani women to move forward, secondary

Lahore: Former captain of the Women's Day, Sena Mir says that my commitment to women's desire to earn names in my playground is younger.

Sana Mir, who is holding the No. 1 position in the World One day rankings in the World One-day rankings, has said in an interview to the ICC that women's desire to earn names in sports fields is more youthful. One hope is awakening if a hard work gets done in any game.

Sena Mir said that if there are still arrangements for women's sports events in Pakistan, sponsors and businesses ask whether Pakistani women are able to make a career in the sports world. Now I think this debate should end if girls take part in cricket and other sports, becoming my global number one proved that work and effort can also be achieved in Pakistan Women's Sports.

My success has helped Pakistani women to move forward, secondary


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