Public Reaction on Marvi Sirmed and Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar Fight
Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar slanged Pakistani Journalist Marvi Sirmed on a Live TV show on Neo news for interrupting him. Khalil-ur-Rehman was explaining his point of view about Aurat March and meanwhile, Marvi Sirmed interrupted him by saying “Mera Jisam Meri Merzi”. Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar got very angry and almost out of control and started to slang Marvi.
Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar and Marvi Sirmed fight video on the live show has gone viral. This news is trending on all social media in Pakistan. Some people are against Khalil-ur-Rehman’s behavior. But some are in favor of Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar point of view and behaver with Marvi Sirmed. The public is divided into two categories on this issue.
The majority of men seem to be supporting Khalil-ur-Rehman. Many men supported Khalil-ur-Rehman on social media. Some people are considering Khalil-ur-Rehman’s response over “Mera Jism Meri Merzi” very accurate. According to Khalil-ur-Rehman, this Azadi march will spread vulgarity in Pakistan and nothing more. It’s a western agenda that he opposes firmly. He is not against women but against feminist strategies to gain equal rights.
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On the other hand, feminists are abusing Khalil-ur-Rehman for his behavior with Marvi Sirmed. A war has been started on social media between Khalil-ur-Rehman and Feminists. Many famous Pakistani actors and actresses are also opposing Khalil-ur-Rahman’s way of talking and behavior. Superstar Mahira Khan tweeted against Khalil-ur-Rehman. Many other celebrities including Nadia Afghan also stood against Khalil-ur-Rehman on this issue.
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Aurat March is on 8th March 2020 in Pakistan and feminists are all set with their slogans which are annoying for many Men in Pakistani society. Many efforts were made to stop Aurat March. A petition was filed against Aurat March in Supreme Court. But the court allowed women to protest to get equal rights. Court’s orders have also set a new debate across all over Pakistan.