Ayesha Omar is furious with you for cursing Shafqat Mahmood

Ayesha Omar is furious with you for cursing Shafqat Mahmood

"Maybe parents need to monitor internet use," she suggested.
30 Apr, 2021

Are you someone who has resorted to using expletives against Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood for not cancelling exams? If yes, then Ayesha Omar is furious with you.

The minister is ashamed of your behaviour, as is Omar, who recently spoke about it on social media.

"It's shameful. Is this the kind of nation we are raising? So much disrespect for others and elders. Criticism or differences should not lead to disrespect," the Bulbulay star wrote. "Just because you don't agree with something doesn't mean you have to be derogatory and demeaning. We really need to rethink and reflect on a lot of things."

She then added that parents need to be aware of what their children are doing online, suggesting now may be the time to monitor their activities.

"Maybe parents need to monitor internet use. Without being overly strict of controlling. With love and openness. To set the right examples," she stated.

Omar then addressed the students directly, explaining to them what the issue here is.

"Dear Students. Criticism and difference of opinion does NOT mean one needs to be disrespectful. We can get our point across with respect. Let’s try to regulate and stabilise our emotions in stressful situations. It’s better for us and others. Positive manifestations also help," she stated, trying her best to mediate the situation.

Students have been furious for weeks because the government initially decided not to cancel or postpone O and A Level exams. Now that it has decided to postpone them, the students aren't able to avail the school assessed grades option because the exams had already started when the government made its decision.

Students had argued that they shouldn't be sitting for exams in the middle of a pandemic, especially when cases were rising and their online classes weren't enough to help them cover the course satisfactorily.


Shahbaz Ahmed Tarar Apr 30, 2021 11:51am
This time I agree with this woman..
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SMI Apr 30, 2021 12:09pm
She is 100% right ! Government should take strict action with all those who violate the social norms!
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Khaled Apr 30, 2021 12:09pm
Fully agree with her.
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Chrís Dăn Apr 30, 2021 12:57pm
She is right.
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haris Apr 30, 2021 01:04pm
Students want an easy way to promote themselves and doesn't want to go through the examination process. That's All.
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F N Apr 30, 2021 01:25pm
True. Foul language only destroys you as a person from the inside.
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Ali Mehdi Apr 30, 2021 01:50pm
Things have changed. It’s not our time when we could not spread our legs in front of our elders let alone speak in front of them. Besides the minister drove the students n their families to the wall. If the minister is so indecisive that he can’t fathom the consequences of procrastinating his decision then what a minister he is. So many thousands of students life has been put at stake n yeah somebody is there to lecture us to put your finger on your lips. Kids have all the rights to voice their dissent. It’s good they are learning to defend themselves from the early age. Please you too come of age now.
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Nazya Ayyad Apr 30, 2021 02:16pm
Jibran Nasir, Waqar Zaqa and all such activists are using children for their cheap publicity. Since the exams have been cancelled (thanks to these cheap activists) the students are having iftar parties and hanging out with friends with no fear of COVID spread. Poor parents’ hard earned money is wasted in school fee and tuitions for over a year now !!
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Sarcasm_ITCell Apr 30, 2021 03:12pm
Totally Agree. It was sad to see comments from students. I wonder what kind of minds are we raising.
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Parvez Apr 30, 2021 03:38pm
Spot on .... Ayesha Omar is dead right.
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Zaffar Ali Apr 30, 2021 03:45pm
She is spot on! 100 %%
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Tariq Apr 30, 2021 03:47pm
I think handful people using social media as tool to enforce their will. Nowadays parents are not as much responsible as their parents were.
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naz Apr 30, 2021 04:22pm
Shafqat Mehmood is right and those who are looking for easy tools to get passed in exams are guilty of misbehaving.
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Shadab Anwar Apr 30, 2021 04:42pm
Ayesha Omer needs to practise what she preaches. She has double standards. Very arrogant person. Considers herself to be a top star. She still has a long way to go. Coming from her to respect your elders is rather hypocritical.
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Khaled Apr 30, 2021 08:02pm
@Ali Mehdi. They are not ' learning to defend themselves from the early age' in fact they are being used by vested interest for their own selfish and cheap publicity.
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Farhan May 01, 2021 03:14am
Students have tasted blood and now they never want to appear in exams forever. Today it's Corona, tomorrow it will be heatstroke. What's the problem if students wear masks and sit in well ventilated rooms?
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Ali khan May 01, 2021 05:08am
In september when the schools and colgs open till 2 months there was 50% attendence . After that he announce again about holidays for 1 and half month . When the institues reopen in january after winter vacation about one month later again he announce holidays . Now what we do 3months in whole year we went to colg and there was no learning process bcz of half attendence every teacher was in hurry to finish their course . We do not want want to cancel exam but take it online cuz we didn't gave any exam in the institute to prepare for board examination. Finishing of course in hurry is not the preparation of board exams but its just the formality of teacher and its burden on teacher . We have no other way to set in exam we want it online .
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Ali Mehdi May 01, 2021 08:58am
@Khaled Nice to learn how you look at our youth n kids. Let me ask is it a bad incident from your young days that now resonates.
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