|Lady Abdullah Haroon|
In 1919, she entered the political arena and worked as an ardent supporter of the Khilafat Movement in her province.
In 1938, she was nominated to the Women's Central Subcommittee of the All India Muslim League and was also elected President of the Sindh Provincial Women's Subcommittee. Actually, this organization owes its existence to Lady Haroon, who through her untiring efforts was able to bring the Muslim women under the banner of the Muslim League. She also made commendable contributions during the 1946 elections for the Muslim League.
Lady Haroon was a successful housewife. Her husband once stated that Nusrat had completed his life and that he was the happiest, luckiest and most content man on earth.