Miss Wazir: Additional Deputy Commissioner Nowshera is fast becoming a role model for women in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Quratul Ain Wazir, known only as Miss Wazir on Twitter, is currently serving as the Additional Deputy Commissioner for Finance. And Planning in Nowshera District in the North West Province of the country.
A woman played an active role in evacuating and rescuing people in her area amid devastating floods caused by torrential rains.
Miss Wazir used her social media account to share updates on. Also the situation and left no stone unturned to reach out to her people.
She personally oversaw the evacuation of hundreds of people to safer places, providing food and medicine to flood victims.
Miss Wazir’s pictures of her activities won the hearts of people in deeply conservative Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Paying tribute to the bureaucrat, a Twitter user shared a photo of Miss Wazir and wrote. “The next time someone opposes girls’ right to education, show them these photos.
During this process, Qurut-ul-Ain Wazir caught the attention of netizens. And Pictures and images of her supervising rescue work appeared on social media. And she addressed the residents of Nowshera from the mosque and asked them to evacuate their homes with their families.
Aid to flood victims
She waded in knee-deep water and reached out to people in the villages to move to a safer place. Residents of the network believe that she spearheaded an exemplary evacuation procedure and later monitored aid to flood victims. Wazir is hailed as the face of Pakistan’s civil bureaucracy and a symbol of women’s empowerment. Also Reports say that she rescued hundreds of families in Qurut-ul-Ain Wazir personally visited. The affected and accommodated them in relief camps.
Flash floods caused immeasurable destruction to human life. Also Property and infrastructure across Pakistan; Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, South Punjab, Gilgit Baltistan, Sindh and Chitral are affected. Extensive rehabilitation efforts are needed to restore normalcy in these regions. Many areas in these places are inaccessible due to high water levels, which hinder rescue efforts.
Moreover, the federal and provincial governments called on the people of Pakistan to make generous donations to flood victims. Because food, clothing and tents are needed to provide shelter to people displaced by floods in all these provinces.