Mahira Khan’s Missing Dupatta Gets ‘Louder’ than Pro-Palestine Protest: Poor Nation

 Mahira Khan’s Missing Dupatta Gets ‘Louder’ than Pro-Palestine Protest: Poor Nation

Pakistani awam at times responds bizarrely to the matters necessitates insight attention, and shows disgust to the stuff that is hollow and absurd. Unapologetically the annoying sickness is deep-rooted but should be condemned to the lamented mindset of society. Mahira Khan’s Missing Dupatta Gets ‘Louder’ than Pro-Palestine Protest: Poor Nation.

Amidst the humanitarian issue going on, our awaam (nation) found it more significant to voice on Mahira Khan’s missing dupatta at the pro-Palestine protest. The bursting trolls made the actor a top trend on Twitter instead of the issue for which she was there to raise her voice and justify the respective moral obligation as a Muslim.

Mahira became a hot topic for social media users to gibe into the issue. While the rest were concerned with the human rights violations taking place in Gaza, some users found her missing dupatta the main reason to discuss…oh man really? GROW UP!

Mahira Khan’s Missing Dupatta Gets ‘Louder’ than Pro-Palestine Protest: Poor Nation

Being judgmental is the long-lasting corona rampant in generations for a long, and now is triggered against the recent protest outside the Karachi Press Club where people gathered to voice for Palestinian rights. Regardless of the grave nature of the protest, Mahira Khan’s missing dupatta became the newsflash.

Bullies Should be Given a Shut-Up call

Some people felt that people disparaging Khan’s attires was a fitting way to disregard the ongoing crises the world is collectively facing — the violence against Palestinians and the coronavirus pandemic.

The unjustified trolls demonstrate confined minds and poor brought up

The media, shouldn’t provide these haters a platform to spread their odium. Moreover, no one should pay them any heed if their voices weren’t amplified in the media. Only media coverage makes them prominent.

Yasir Hussain also called out the people bashing Khan. He and others like him have huge fan followings on social media and when they call something out, people listen and often learn. People ignore the efforts to police women’s clothes and thereby distract from actual issues, people are seeing them for what they are.

Stand up and raise your voice to curb the hate!

Also Read: Mahira Khan & Sania Nishtar Featured on BBC’s 100 Inspiring Women 2020 List

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