Naz Baloch BiographyNaz Baloch is a very beautiful and educated politician of Pakistan who in spite of being born in a conservative family entered in the field of politics with the mission of serving the people of Sindh. She was born in Karachi to a Baloch family. Her father Abdullah Baloch was also a member of Pakistan Peoples party during the tenure of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. She is the only female of her family who entered in this field as it was against the tradition of her family. She joined politics after being encouraged by her husband Nadeem Yousaf who is also a politician and a member of PTI.
Naz Baloch EducationNaz Baloch received her early education from the same city Karachi where she was born (Mama Parsi Girl’s High School). She further decided to do bachelors in Economics which she did from St. Joseph's College. From her school life, she started taking interest in politics and decided to become a politician.
Naz Baloch inspired by Imran KhanNaz Balch started idealizing Imran Khan from her childhood. She first saw him when he came to her school (Mama Parsi Girl’s High School) for fundraising of Shaukat Khanum hospital. According to Naz Baloch, ”We saw him sticking to his words and building the hospital. I started idolizing him since then” It was the point at which she decided to join the politics for the cause of Imran Khan. In spite of the fact that she appreciated Benazir Bhutto as lady government official yet she chose to join PTI due to Imran Khan's perspectives.
Naz Baloch CareerShe joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in August 2011 after 2 months of her marriage and contested the general elections of 2013 from the Constituency NA 240. Naz Baloch’s nomination as a candidate for National Assembly was the exciting experience not only for her but for all other Baloch women as she was the only women contestant but unfortunately, she lost the seat from an MQM leader and was the runner-up, receiving 21,094 votes.
Naz Baloch Joined PPPNaz Baloch shocked everyone by joining Pakistan People's party on 16th July 2017 leaving her party affiliation with PTI. The reason behind changing her party was the lack of attention of Imran Khan towards Sindh. She told to media that PTI has become a traditional political party where woman have no right to take the decisions. She further added that Bilawal Bhutto is a true leader for all the youngsters. She faced much criticism for leaving the PTI.
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