Gender Discrimination: Implications for Pakistan Security

This study discusses gender discrimination as „non-traditional security‟ threat to the country. It argues that women are more than half of the population and the security of women is associated with state security. This is so because no country can be secure until its whole population feels secure. Pakistan needs to empower its women for the progress and prosperity of a country. Balance has been maintained by the nature in all things of the world in order to decorate it with exquisiteness, and it produced a feature that sustains balance in each and every thing. These harmonizing features vary in the ratio that provides to support their accompaniment. In this perspective men and women are well thought-out as the supporting complement for each other, but the main clash in this logic maintain is the term „gender discrimination‟.