Bakhtawar Bhutto took to Twitter to specific her outrage, demanding that every one males must be banned from public areas.
In a sequence of tweets, Multimedia Journalist Sabin Agha shared the horrors of her expertise of being harassed at Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi on August 14, a number of years in the past.
“Some 100 odd pissed off boys & males attacked me & my cameraman at Mazar-e-Quaid. My cameraman and his digital camera had been shoved again & forth/ however I used to be manhandled. I used to be groped on each a part of my physique. My hair was pulled from the again & either side. My garments & dupatta had been pulled by males,” wrote Sabin.
“At one level somebody tried to wrap my dupatta round my neck to choke me, all of the whereas groping me with hysterical laughs and each present cussword hurled at me,” additional added Sabin.
“I went to police van standing on the doorstep of Mazar Quaid, who watched your complete episode. I requested them why did they not come to assist. Police response: “bibi hum 4 hay aur wo 150. Hum kese rok sktay thy. Ap ayee kiyun [Madam, we were four in number and they 150 in total. How could we possibly have stopped them? Why did you come here?],” wrote Sabin.
Reacting to the journalist’s expertise offended Baktawar Bhutto demanded that “all males must be banned from public locations”.
“One other harrowing expertise – witnessed by police who refused to assist regardless of their potential to name for backup in addition to use weapons to disperse the gang. We’d like extra girls to safeguard girls,” wrote Bakhtawar.
Lately, three girls had been harassed in three separate incidents on Aug 14, which sparked outrage on social media.