Fawad Chaudhry criticizes PTI members for demanding extreme punishments

Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

13th Sep, 2020. 11:06 pm
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Science and Technology’s Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry highlighted that “hanging and burning [the rapists] alive” from PTI’s prominent leaders was the reflection of society’s “violent thinking”.

On Sunday Chaudhry tweeted,

“The demands from the masses of burning them alive and hanging can be expected.”

He went on to say,

“But, our ministers and the educated class, without hesitation [calling for the same] is a reflection of the society’s collective thinking that sees violence as the solution to every problem.”

Fawad Chaudhry tweeted after two members of PTI, Senator Faisal Javed and Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda demanded extreme punishments for the culprits involved in the motorway rape case and murder of 5-year-old Marwah in Karachi.

On Thursday, Vawda tweeted after meeting PM Imran Khan,

“I have suggested that if the ‘champions of human rights’ are bothered by the public execution of these monsters, then, the law of castration should be passed immediately for these savages.”

“After all, this is a matter of honor and dignity of this country and of all our mothers, sisters, and daughters,” he added.

On the other hand, Senator Javed referred the rapists as “animals” and demanded extreme punishment for them.

“Human rights are for humans only. What about [the] dignity of a child, a woman? What do a child and a woman go through? Isn’t that brutal? Isn’t that barbarism?” he asked in a thread of tweets.

He went on to write,

”Rapists, child abusers are not humans. These animals commit extreme cruelty and brutality hence they deserve extreme punishment.”


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