The present work aims to contribute to linguistic domains. This study adds to a comprehensive understanding of the construction of interpersonal meaning. The present work has endeavored to find out how suppressed and tortured women rage their war in society. For this, Systemic Functional Linguistics, particularly Appraisal Framework, has been applied. More specifically, it enables us tosee how Tehmina Durrani conditions and uses evaluative resources to construct an intesubjective relationship with readers in Blasphemy. By applying evaluative resources, we can understand any text more deeply. The present analysis of Blasphemy proves this when we get deeper insight of female protagonist of the text which enables us to understand her mental trauma and her silent sufferings. For this purpose, selected passages from the text have been chosen for the analysis. The work attempts to find out how Tehmina Durrani by using the Appraisal motifs has tried to voice to the silence that prevails among women particularly in Pakistan.