Talal Chaudhry passed sexist remarks on Firdous Ashiq Awan

Talal Chaudhry passed sexist remarks on Firdous Ashiq Awan


In Pakistani politics, it’s not a big deal to humiliate someone or to pass some derogatory or sexist remarks in order to gain favors. Political leaders in that era are not even sparing women. They confidently pass sexist remarks and them and make fun of them.

However, we are glad that our society still possessed some ethics and morals to raise voice against these leaders.

PML-N leader Talal Chaudhary has recently passed some derogatory or to say sexist remarks about PTI’s Firdous Ashiq Awan by calling her Firdous Khan if she will wash her face.

This is the reason that we are far behind as a nation. Where political leaders are poking fingers at each other. There is no unity no friendship. I would rather say that this whole mockery stuff is creating a lot of problems in society rather than solving a few.

The question which rises at this point is that who have given them the right to do so? Is there any legal notice which confirmed that they could mock each other or can make lame jokes about one’s appearance, particularly about their rivals?

It is so disgusting to pass such remarks against each other. No one has the right to comment upon one’s appearance, personal life or personality.

Even the whole social media is on fire. People are insulting PLM-N for having leaders like Talal Chaudhary who can comfortably comment or insult a female politician. He shouldn’t have done that no matter what the circumstances or intentions were.

PTI’s official page along with some prominent leaders has also highlighted the issue and the classlessness of Talal Chaudhry.

Following this ongoing debate, Talal Chaudhry took to his twitter handle yesterday and rendered an apology for passing such sexist remarks about Firdous Ashiq Awan. However, he also claimed that he has no intentions of insulting or hurting somebody through his comments.
He wrote, “My intentions were not to hurt someone, if my statement or example was ‘inappropriate’ then I would like to apologize.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *