Marvia Malik An Identity
Assalam o Alaikum main Hun Marvia Malik aur aap daikh rhy hyn KOHENOOR headlines … (Assalam o Alaikum this is Marvia Malik and you are watching KOHE NOOR headlines). Marvia Malik, She is first Pakistani transgender, who has made history in the society, especially in that society, wherein transgender is the only meaning of entertainment to the people. They treated so badly, they often face the critical conditions, on roads, taunted in public places, ostracized by family and targeted in the violent attack. There are so many other problems they face on the daily basis. They faced badly in Pakistan. Although they are the part of this country. Whenever you will come to ask from transgender they asked that why they are facing all the problems although they are human beings, they have also right to talk to ask to move easily and get the proper education, shelter and health. Unfortunately, we don’t have proper institutions for transgender. There is no government aid or support system to help these individuals live a normal life. Government institutions and other governing bodies are known to harass these individuals. In the case of any criminal victimization or even sexual harassment, these individuals get no help/ support from the community or government institutions. Due to literally no job opportunities and financial security, most members of the transgender community is forced to make their living by prostitution۔ In 2009 Supreme Court also passed the order of including the category of ‘third gender’ in the National identity card form. Transgender in Pakistan was awarded the right to REGISTER as a third gender on their CNICs in 2012. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court, headed by former chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, ruled that the transgender community is equally entitled to rights guaranteed in the Constitution to all citizens, including the right of inheritance after the death of parents, job opportunities, free education and healthcare. However, while their rights are guaranteed on paper, members of the transgender community say they do not have these rights in practice and provincial welfare departments have yet to implement the decision. In 2012, Pakistan officially recognized transgender as a third gender in Pakistan. Unfortunately in our society transgender are only for the use of dancing, begging, and prostitution as well. 21 years old Marvia broke barriers and came in the media and change the thoughts of people with his confidence and magnificent personality, and told people that the transgender can do anything like normal people if they have an opportunity. Like Marvia many others members of Trans family want to join media and other fields of life’s and want to serve their life for the country and for people. Mariva is one of the youngest who has to prove that transgender is not mean to dance, and another negative deed. But they are also human beings like other humans they have right to get the education and proper status in the society. She asked for the society to live happily and prosperous.