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Pakistan-US engineer Hibah Rahmani, a Pakistani-US national who was working at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), USA, until coming to Pakistan last week, has resigned the American job and moved to Pakistan to study and research khalai makhlooq and angels, which according to her, can surpass Nasa working, if their work is valued and accepted by all. She said this at a seminar of missing persons, who have been under the mentorship of astronauts at near Parliament House on Monday.
Hibah Rahmani discussed her current research being done in the field of space sciences on the rooftops of Banigala.
“Such research and wonderful works have never been done at Nasa,” said she, adding that “now, I realize that Nasa has reached Mars but it has never produced even a single councillor, let alone a prime minister.” She said it was a good omen that Pakistani families were coming to realize the importance of space sciences and missing people.
In 2008, Hibah Rahmani joined Nasa’s engineering and technology directorate at Kennedy.
“I used to provide them technical expertise, follow launch vehicle testing, perform data reviews and provide technical assessments of engineering issues.”
She said that now she realized that she had wasted her time in such useless pursuit as the real space for space technology and space population was available in Pakistan.
She used to work on expendable launch vehicles and rockets. Now, she plans to visit Bangali Baba in the next three days to see how a stone-heart beau falls on your feet within 24 hours.
“I can help the Bangali Baba to cut short the wait time to two or three hours if they use some technical aspects as well to win over the tough mahboob sahib or sahiba, whatever the relevant is.”
On the other hand, Nasa has launched a protest with Pakistani authorities over Hibah Rahamni repatriation.
A statement by Nasa said they sent Hibah Rehmani to Pakistan to research on Banigala rooftop but now she had gone missing.