UAE Embassy decides to support the fruit seller lady from Islamabad, Pakistan.
Yasmeen is Pakistani sells fruits in the streets of Islamabad. A few days ago, the lady was seen in the street of sector F-11 Islamabad and trying to sell fruits. Now the UAE embassy decided to be her voice and help her.
Here’s a video Yasmeen selling fruits was viral on Facebook
Story of Yasmeen Bibi
Yasmeen bib is a sole breadwinner in her family and supports four children by selling the fruits. She sells the fruit in the streets of Islamabad in the daytime. His family living in the Golra Sharif, Islamabad. She buys the fruits from the fruit markets and then sells in the streets of Islamabad. Yasmeen has a dream to be someone her children would look up as a role model.
A few days ago, someone took photos of her selling fruits in the streets and shared on the Facebook, the pictures viral on Facebook. The UAE diplomat Jalal Shirazi also visited and meet the lady. When he saw the pictures of women he decided to the fruit stall and he also highlighted his work hard.
Here are the pictures of Jalal Shirazi with fruit seller lady from Islamabad
The UAE also decided to use their platform conveys her struggle and story. Here’s a Sherazi tweet,
She is Yasmeen.She has 3 daughters and a son studying in class 2 and her husband have died.As she had no option, she herself is struggling to feed her kids though this struggle is not easy.She has a small amount from which she gets everyday fruits which she sells make someprofit pic.twitter.com/LMXjU4hx6z
— Architect Jalal Sherazi (@jalalsherazi) January 6, 2018
The Emirates Embassy decided to use their platform to convey Yasmeen’s story and her struggles. Here is how they tweeted about Yasmeen.
HE @ALZAABI82 , Reacts to a tweet posted by @jalalsherazi, visits and supports the Pakistani woman Yasmin, who struggles and supports four school going children as her husband died, the lady sells fruits and struggles to feed her family.
A great example of Pakistani women pic.twitter.com/sXBl8TqOEU
— UAE Embassy PK (@uaeembassyisb) January 10, 2018