The Sixth Plan during the martial law régime of General Zia-ul-Haq (1977–1986) was full of policy contradictions.The régime took many steps toward institutional building for women's development, such as the establishment of the Women's Division in the Cabinet Secretariat, and the appointment of another commission on the Status of Women.The 1961 Muslim Family Law Ordinance, continues to have a significant legal impact on the women of Pakistan.
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The main objective as stated in the Sixth Plan was "to adopt an integrated approach to improve women's status".
In 1985, the National Assembly elected through nonparty elections doubled women's reserved quota (20 percent).
He suspended all fundamental rights guaranteed in the Constitution that had been adopted in 1973, including the right to be free of discrimination on the basis of sex.
He also proposed laws regarding Qisas and Diyat, Islamic penal laws governing retribution (qisas) and compensation (diyat) in crimes involving bodily injury.
Pakistan has a dual system of civil and sharia law.