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Twitter celebrates International Women’s Day

LAHORE: The world is celebrating International Women’s Day on Thursday to commemorate the movement of women’s rights.

In 1910, International Women’s Conference suggested March 8 to be celebrated as International Women’s Day.

The people around the world including politicians, celebrities, athletes, and organisations shared their messages regarding the day.

The government of Pakistan paid tribute to the extraordinary efforts of women who have been struggling hard since ever.

Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif tweeted today we celebrate the services, and contributions of our women that they are making for the development of Pakistan.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa stated we are proud of role and contributions of our women in uniform, back home and especially the ones who belong to martyrs’ families.

UN Women shared the quotations of its Goodwill Ambassadors including Emma Watson, Anne Hathaway, and Nicole Kidman and urged women to support each other.

The inspirational story of a woman selling newspapers for 40 years on a bike was shared.

International Cricket Council (ICC) paid tribute to the women cricketers.

Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari urged Pakistan to build a strong country with women leading from the front.

Mushaal Mullick shared her video message telling the world about brave Kashmiri women.

Social activist and UN GoodWill Ambassador Muniba Mazari urged the women to stay strong.

PTI leader Shireen Mazari saluted the women everywhere in the world.

Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma stated every step makes a difference when you believe in something strongly.

TV anchor Nadia Mirza wrote that if you want us to believe that you have been born n raised in the arms of a queen, treat your woman like a princess.

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