Having lost their partners in explosions and targeted attacks, these women are faced with abject poverty and backward traditions which make the rest of their lives a constant struggle.
Tragedy that never ends As per the local traditions in Balochistan, widows have four choices – they can stay with their in-laws, go back to their parent’s place, remarry or live alone in a separate house.
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In Pakistan’s war against terror, thousands of men from Balochistan have laid their lives – willingly or not.
While many die fighting the battles, so many more are the victims of terror that plague this country.
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Like in the case of 26-year-old Samia*, she was forcefully married to a 62-year-old man just three years after the death of her husband in a bomb explosion.
“I did not want to get married the second time but my relatives forced me to take this decision.
So when a woman loses her husband, she finds it difficult to adapt to the new situation.
Zainab Bibi*, a 35-year-old widow and a mother of three children, moved out of her in-laws house soon after her husband’s death.
“Widows are the symbol of sorrow; we lose all our liberties after the death of our husband and our life is not different from a prisoner locked in a jail.