Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan said that objectifying women’s body is a disgrace to the woman herself. Humiliating and abusive behavior toward women on the media or pn any forum is unacceptable. The media should be more responsible on such sensitive issues.
Firdous Ashiq Awan took to Twitter and said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the present government is against all kinds of exploitation of women and government is committed to protecting constitutional, legal, political, social and criminal rights.
From protecting the inheritance of women to the adoption of the Zainab Alert Bill government demonstrate the strong commitment towards women’s rights, she added.
Earlier, writer of block buster drama Mere Pass Tum Ho, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar had a discussion around feminism and Aurat March in a talk show.
As we all know about the director’s short-tempered behaviour, he got into an abusive spat with a participant during the talk show.
At first, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar carried on with his bit of conversation before he was interrupted by Marvi Sirmed, a former journalist.
Marvi Sirmed triggered the extremely short-tempered writer with a slogan of the upcoming Aurat March he had previously taken issue with: ‘Mera Jisam meri Marzi.’
This harmless little phrase got Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar all riled up.
After that, he got into a profanity-laced spat with Marvi and used some unacceptable and disgraceful remarks during the LIVE show.
Moreover, hashtags of #MeraJismMeriMarzi, #khalilurrehmanqamar, #AuratMarch2020 and #WeRejectMeraJismMeriMrzi is trending top on Twitter.