Pakistan is the place where ladies are marked as manikins, meek, delicate. They turn into a piece of features just on the off chance that they are being defrauded by the merciless Pakistani society.
Be that as it may, in the previous couple of years, numerous ladies have broken these generalizations. There is a list of inspirational ladies who persuade underprivileged young ladies as well as guide them for their splendid future. Aneela Darbar – the main US prepared neurosurgeon, is additionally one of them. The only female who is a specialist in the most complex piece of human body and as of now working in Karachi with eminent private hospital.
Aneela represents considerable authority in negligibly intrusive endoscopic surgery and filled in as the Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at St. Louis University Hospital in Missouri before coming back to Karachi four years prior. The bond of soul and country never passes on and her affection for Pakistan pulled her back to Karachi where she adores to ride her bike at around 5 a.m.
At the point when Aneela was 20, her grandma endured a stroke. That was the minute she chose to turned into a neurosurgeon. Her mom had passed away so she was left with her dad, who was a flat out jewel. He advised her to not stay with the definition recommended by society for sexual orientation parts, giving her the chance she expected to change "impossible" into “possible”.
After a year, she exited for the US and put in 15 years there. After she had sufficiently increased experience, she returned and served local people of Pakistan.
Aneela had gone up against with the essential issues toward the beginning of her working in Karachi, where because of the poor restorative offices, individuals can do only go to God when they're debilitated. One of the battles she confronts both in Pakistan and abroad is that at whatever point she brings up how her calling is profoundly biased towards ladies, she is informed that she is using the "casualty or lady" card. Also, she completely released the thought with her work.