What's new

Aurat Marches to be held across Pakistan to mark Women's Day

gulli

FULL MEMBER
Jul 24, 2017
1,042
-6
573
Country
India
Location
India
You cannot march away basic biology and you cannot copy UCLA and Berkley and think that Pakistan will become a new California after that. Give women rights (no forced marriages, inheritance, property...) but all they want are free abortions and gay marriages. Great people!
In modern terms a s1ut is the most empowered women, cultured girls are called trash.
 

fitpOsitive

ELITE MEMBER
May 27, 2015
9,403
14
10,707
Country
Pakistan
Location
Yemen
Published March 8, 2021
Updated 11 minutes ago


Activists of the Aurat March hold placards during a rally to mark International Women's Day in Islamabad on March 8, 2020. — AFP/File's Day in Islamabad on March 8, 2020. — AFP/File

Activists of the Aurat March hold placards during a rally to mark International Women's Day in Islamabad on March 8, 2020. — AFP/File
Preparations were being finalised on Monday as organisers geared up to hold Aurat Marches across the country to mark International Women's Day and call for the protection of women's rights.

The first Aurat March was held in 2018 in Karachi. The next year, it was extended to more cities, including Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Larkana, and Hyderabad. This year too, the marches will be held in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, and other cities of Pakistan.

In Karachi, the march is scheduled to take place at Frere Hall. In view of the prevailing coronavirus situation, organisers have emphasised standard operating procedures (SOPs), including wearing masks and maintaining a distance of six feet.

The Karachi march will also be broadcast live.



The Aurat March in Lahore will be held in the afternoon from the Lahore Press Club to the PIA Building.

Each chapter of the Aurat March has its own manifesto with the Karachi chapter focusing on patriarchal violence; Lahore on addressing healthcare workers and women’s health; and the Islamabad march is dedicated to the crisis of care.

Last year, the situation at the Islamabad Aurat March turned precarious after male participants of a rival 'Haya March' by religious parties threw stones at participants of the Aurat March, injuring at least one person. The situation was brought under control by police.


Tributes
Meanwhile, tributes have poured in with ministers and politicians recalling the role of women in their lives while simultaneously calling for them to be given equal rights.

Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa in his message said Pakistani women had "contributed immensely for the glory and honour of our nation". Women were also at the forefront of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, he noted.

Talking about women in uniform, Gen Bajwa said they have "proved their mettle by contributing copiously in diverse fields serving the nation & humanity".
"They deserve our immense respect & gratitude," he added.



National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser said that the protection of women's rights was the "top priority" of the government because it was "imperative for the formation of a progressive society", according to a report by Radio Pakistan.

Minister for Information Shibli Faraz said March 8 "highlighted women's high status in society and their commendable services in different sectors".

He said that the Constitution was a guarantor of women's rights and they had played an important role in the building and progress of the country.

"Making women powerful and protected in society by ensuring equal rights and equal opportunities for progress for them is our determination," he stressed.


PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz also talked about women empowerment, saying she "dream of a Pakistan where women excel in every field and play leading roles".

Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood paid tribute to all the women in his life, including his mother, wife, daughters, sisters and his colleagues at work and in politics.
"Thank you for making the world a better place," he wrote.



Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry used the occasion to encourage girls to opt for science subjects to change their and the country's destiny.

Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader and newly-elected senator Faisal Subzwari reminded people that respecting women also meant "respecting their liberty of making choices".
He called on people to encourage the women in their families, adding "we as a society badly need educated, confident & courageous women".

@Horus and it begins!
OK, I will be there with an AK and 5 grinades. :lol: yeh Mera jism Wali ko pakar k rakhna....
 
Nov 18, 2014
1,167
0
1,424
Country
United States
Location
United States
You cannot march away basic biology and you cannot copy UCLA and Berkley and think that Pakistan will become a new California after that. Give women rights (no forced marriages, inheritance, property...) but all they want are free abortions and gay marriages. Great people!
The objective is to legislate the aspects that are either not biologically possible or even swap roles in a sort of a sordid competition between Men and Women. Remember it is heading towards a spectrum anyways, Men and Women is now subjective which is why it is connected with the letters soup.
A family and a collaboration among men and women is not the objective, family is passee, it is competition of among men and women to infact do the same thing, machismo, virility amd pomp of yore spread out... but since a match up or one on one is sordid and one-sided, it is arranged in similar fashion amongst women.
 

Bilal9

ELITE MEMBER
Feb 4, 2014
15,594
3
24,449
Country
Bangladesh
Location
United States
hope to join them today.......
Well good for you. :-)

In the current Bangladesh parliament, there are a total of 71 women lawmakers, 50 of whom occupy reserved seats, out of 300 total. Don't know Pakistan situation.

There are also more girls than boys from grade 1-10 in Bangladesh.

That matters more for women's issues, for their benefit - I think than these NGO fun fests which are mainly optics for NGO's.
Make me a roti
Like to see you say that in the Kitchen while she's in a bad mood. :lol:
 

WinterFangs

FULL MEMBER
Oct 22, 2019
285
0
505
Country
United Kingdom
Location
United Kingdom
Well good for you. :-)

In the current Bangladesh parliament, there are a total of 71 women lawmakers, 50 of whom occupy reserved seats, out of 300 total. Don't know Pakistan situation.

There are also more girls than boys from grade 1-10 in Bangladesh.

That matters more for women's issues, for their benefit - I think than these NGO fun fests which are mainly optics for NGO's.


Like to see you say that in the Kitchen while she's in a bad mood. :lol:
Not married yet, but my dad says once I do expect all my hair to fall out...
 

Bilal9

ELITE MEMBER
Feb 4, 2014
15,594
3
24,449
Country
Bangladesh
Location
United States
Not married yet, but my dad says once I do expect all my hair to fall out...
Yup. Practice saying "Main sorry hoon" countless times in front of the mirror, no reason needed.

You"ll be a happy married man.

Set aside time each day for making multiple cups of khushboo-wali Chai, foot massages and mithi baat, if you have time.

Women love those things. They crave attention.
Damn women always wanting more....
It will never end...
 
Last edited:

WinterFangs

FULL MEMBER
Oct 22, 2019
285
0
505
Country
United Kingdom
Location
United Kingdom
Yup. Practice saying "Main sorry hoon" countless times in front of the mirror, no reason needed.

You"ll be a happy married man.

Set aside time each day for making multiple cups of khushboo-wali Chai, foot massages and mithi baat, if you have time.

Women love those things. They crave attention.


It will never end...
my mums Already training me by teaching me how to cook and clean, I won’t be getting married for another 5 years atleast so I might aswell enjoy it while I can😂
I’ll probably be marrying a British born, background won’t matter since some of my cousins are married to bengalis so I’ll probably be getting a bigger headache As western girls are a huge trouble 😩
 

hussain0216

ELITE MEMBER
May 29, 2012
16,447
-21
22,788
Country
Pakistan
Location
United Kingdom
To add, their political demands are just appalling.

What does military operations in Balochistan and KPK and Karima Baloch have to do with women rights.
View attachment 722921


These people are actually committing a massive disservice to women in Pakistan

The aim of these retarded bitches should be simply try to encourage and request equality within our Muslim state,

So girls getting into schools
Women being selected for jobs
Being provided opportunities
Strong sexual harassment laws
Maternity rights
Maternity leave

Etc etc etc, a mountain of important and valuable and justified demands that many sensible men would support


And the you build a ground swell of support
Reach out to the media
To politicians
Businesses
Our muslim groups


And I think our society would be susceptible to genuine change



but what we have is these retarded skanks

And these retarded skanks basically are all left wing neo-communist, Uber liberal bitches who basically embrace any and every dumbFcuk anti state, anti Pakistan movement or demand

so they demand that the country stops military actions in Balochistan as if it's a choice

Karima Baloch who barked against Pakistan all her life, then pissed off to Canada and commited suicide is somehow a heroin



upon hearing this shit, everything goes out the window
The majority of the country just turn away and the vital and important issues that we need to discuss like maternity support or educational opportunities for poor girls from the country side get swept away because these skanks want to talk about transexuals


They are honestly doing a MASSIVE DISSERVICE to the women of Pakistan
 

Bilal9

ELITE MEMBER
Feb 4, 2014
15,594
3
24,449
Country
Bangladesh
Location
United States
my mums Already training me by teaching me how to cook and clean, I won’t be getting married for another 5 years atleast so I might aswell enjoy it while I can😂
I’ll probably be marrying a British born, background won’t matter since some of my cousins are married to bengalis so I’ll probably be getting a bigger headache As western girls are a huge trouble 😩
Good for you - young padawan.

Bengali girls are no different than Pakistani girls, same same as I have seen.

All require tending - like any garden. Be a good gardener. All in your hand how she turns out.

It helps to know the girl well before you tie the knot.

To see whether their mental makeup matches yours...I wouldn't go Western girl route, but who knows, some Bengalis and Pakistanis I know are happily married to Westerners, it's all about matching mindsets, not ethnicities.

Sorry about the segway. No more off topic comments.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 1, Members: 0, Guests: 1)


Top Bottom