Source/ Dawn

Numerous people were wounded after the Aurat March in Islamabad came under attack by religious men – one of whom was masked as a woman in a burqa – on Sunday as the march was drawing to a close in front of Islamabad Press Club.


The occurrence took place when the march was about to come to an end. Some people removed a cloth partition installed for the safety of the participants and entered the demonstration.

On the other side of the partition, a counter-protest had been underway. However, the situation was soon brought under control by the cops.

There were people who gave their two cents on the entire chaos at the march on Sunday.

Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari also issued a condemnation, saying that while people have the right to disagree, “violence is unacceptable”.

It’s sad to see how women are not appreciated enough in our society and the reason to they were stoned was because they demanded equality.

Furthermore, the men, who reportedly belonged to the Jamiat Ulema-e Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) and Lal Masjid, were hurling abuses at women, telling them to stop chanting the slogan ‘Mera Jism, Meri Marzi’.

Women’s safety is actually something to think about in Pakistan 

Questions are being raised regarding the negligence of Islamabad police at the Aurat March 

It’s no surprise that the entire facade was to try and put women down. Irfana Yasser was returning to her car with her children when a man threw chilli powder at her face while many others reported that the religious men showed them their private parts.

Osman Khalid Butt also added his opinions on the matter 

Actress Mansha Pasha stated that the alleged defenders if Islam needs a correct definition of women rights. 

Is this really the Naya Pakistan? 

The burqa clad when above and beyond to prove their point 

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