Early life[ edit ] Jahangir was born into a prosperous and politically active Kakazai Pashtun  family with a history of activism and human rights work. Her father, Malik Ghulam Jilani, was a civil servant who entered politics upon retirement and spent years both in jail and under house arrest for opposing military dictatorships. Malik was imprisoned on several occasions for his outspoken views, which included denouncing the Pakistani government for genocide during their military action in what is now Bangladesh formerly East Pakistan. Sabiha also fought the traditional system, pioneering her own clothing business until her family's lands were confiscated in as a result of her husband's opinions and detention. She received her B.
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Pakistani social media star 'murdered by her brother' in apparent honour killing
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Her death sparked an outpouring of grief on Twitter and other social media websites and reignited a debate about honour killings in Pakistan. Police in Punjab state said she had been strangled to death as she slept in her family home in the city of Multan. In light of the latter controversy, Ms Baloch had written to Pakistani security officials requesting protection after receiving threatening phone calls and seeing her personal details leaked online, including a scanned copy of her passport.