Celebrities demand change following Lahore motorway gang rape
Further adding fuel to the fire were the vile comments from the Lahore CCPO, a man in authority blaming the victim without remorse
Unsafe while they're marching, unsafe while they're walking on the streets, unsafe while they're driving, unsafe when accompanied - women in this country are unsafe, and the gang-rape of a woman travelling from Lahore to Gujranwala, has sparked this concern in the entire nation.
Raped at gunpoint while she was waiting for help after her car developed fault; citizens are outraged at the heinous crime committed in front of her children.
Further adding fuel to the fire were the vile comments from the Lahore CCPO, a man in authority blaming the victim without remorse. While the nation demanded to hold him accountable; celebrities too, raised a voice against the safety of women in this country.
Stop victim blaming, said Mansha Pasha
Why are men surprised? questioned a distraught Ayesha Omar
Publicly shame the abusers, demanded Mahira Khan
Osman Khalid Butt called out all the gross victim-blamers and hypocrites
Mehwish Hayat wants to know are we even a civilised society?
Castrate the harassers, voiced Sanam Saeed
And raise your boys well, reiterated Sarwat Gillani
We have failed as a nation, said Adnan Siddiqui
Faysal Qureshi is just as angry as we are