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Faisalabad Incident: Celebrities touch upon 'sick mentality' of men in country

'My heart is truly sinking,' says Kanwal Ahmed

By Web Desk
December 09, 2021
Faisalabad Incident: Celebrities touch upon sick mentality of men in country
Faisalabad Incident: Celebrities touch upon 'sick mentality' of men in country

Pakistani celebrities are shocked at the 'sick mentality' of men involved in the tragic Faisalabad incident.

On Monday, a video of the four women went being assaulted and stripped in Faisalabad's Bawa Chak Market went viral on social media.

While the police have arrested five men on charges of assaulting, stripping and filming four women, Pakistani showbiz bigwigs are expressing their disregard of the horrific incident.

"Such an abhorrent display of sick mentality stemming from deep-seated patriarchy. The culprits must be brought to book. And we, as a society, must introspect. #nocountryforwomen," wrote actor Adnan Siddiqui on Twitter Wednesday.

Actor and writer Yasir Hussain also turned to his Instagram the same day, the Lahore Se Agey star expressed his embarrassment for belonging to an Islamic Republic.

Faisalabad Incident: Celebrities touch upon sick mentality of men in country

Actor Ayesha Omar also shared her disbelief while sharing a picture from the incident. "What is going on in this country???" asked the star.

Faisalabad Incident: Celebrities touch upon sick mentality of men in country

Women's rights activist and Conversation with Kanwal host, Kanwal Ahmed went on to comment on the 'audacity' of the men engaged in assault.

"If men in this country have the audacity to assault, beat and strip naked women in public places ALL WHILE filming it - imagine what they do to women around them behind closed doors. My heart is truly sinking," wrote Kanwal.