Neelofar Shirazi from Ughazbanda village of Batgram, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa broke 1000 bricks in 27 minutes and set a world record.
According to the details, Neelofer Shirazi set the world record (Yet to be recorded in Guinness Book of World Records) by breaking 1000 bricks at Sports Stadium Islamabad.
The video of breaking the bricks has been sent to the Guinness Book of World Records for inclusion of her name in the Guinness Book.
She broke 150 bricks last year after which she decided to break a thousand bricks to make a world record. She has previously won a prize of 50,000 too.
Neelofer hails from ughzbanda village in Batgram district and has been living in Islamabad. She holds a Masters in Chemistry from the University of Peshawar and is currently teaching online. Neelofer Shirazi started proper training in November 2018 and practiced for two hours daily.
Imtiaz Ahmed, the organiser of the event, said that he was proud to work with Neelpfer Shirazi as he had made Pakistan famous all over the world.
“We send her video to the Guinness Book of World Records and put her name in the brick-breaking category,” he said.
“All of this would not have been possible without the support of my parents, my coach, Mr. Chen, and my friends,” Neelofer said on the occasion.
Regarding Pakistani women, Neelofer said that Pakistani women have a lot of potential but they need to be polished and they need to be encouraged and supported.
Neelofer Shirazi’s relatives, friends and the people of Batgram proudly congratulated her on her victory and said that Neelofar has not only broken bricks, she has also broken down the taboos associated with women in society and hailing from Batgram district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) she has set an example for the girls who are reluctant to listen to their inner voice or feel scared to do according to their choice in our male-chauvinistic society.