Tahira Abdullah says Women do not need to demand their rights

Tahira Abdullah says Women do not need to demand their rights

Posted on Jan 21, 2020

Tahira Abdullah says Women do not have to demand their rights,
Leading social activist and women's rights activist Tahira Abdullah has said that 'women are born free, they do not have to ask for their rights as a mother, sister, daughter or wife.'

Tahira Abdullah participated in the private TV show 'News Bet' with playwright Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar and leading journalist Owais Taoheed and discussed the issue of gender equality and especially the issue of undermining women in drama during the program.

At the beginning of the program, playwright Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar claimed that he had always created strong women roles, he was one of the biggest activists of women's empowerment, but only in the recent play 'Mere pas Tum Ho'. Showed the woman something negative.

Drama Novice said that in many instances, men humiliate women and in such cases, we call male gentlemen bad and there are instances in which women also do wrong with male gentlemen, but on such occasions. We don't speak
Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar argued that in his play 'Manjali, unique and lovely Afzal' his female characters are never weak, nor in their dramas the woman is shown crying.

Responding to a question, the dramatist said that he considers women more important than men in the situation, but it is also a ruling on men that he will earn his female income. However, physically, men are more powerful and they That is why it expresses its power.

When the program anchor questioned Tahira Abdullah for commenting on the playwright's ability to be physically strong and expressing that power, he said that 'Feminism' is a revolutionary view under which a woman is also a human being.

Tahira Abdullah said that the honour of a woman is not in the hands of a man but inside her and she does not have to ask for her rights to a man and she is born with her rights.

Social leaders and women rights activists said that the dignity, dignity and independence of women have also been protected in the constitution of Pakistan and women rights were created by taking them into their rights. No need to get into school.
He said that mother, sister, daughter, wife and friend are human as a woman and should be recognized as human.

Tahira Abdullah also said that men are determined by the scale of the woman's life and loyalty, and this is the person who has given birth to the scale and, surprisingly, the same man is his. He brutally kills her on the 'brothel' and goes to her 'men' there too.

Speaking on 'Feminism' by Tahira Abdullah and discussing the mentions of 'male' gentlemen, playwright Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said he did not realize that the social leader was angry at the mention of 'men'.

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar raised the question emotionally: If women do not want the rights of men, then why do women demand rights by taking play cards?

He added that women protesting are demanding rights not from elephants and horses, but men, and they are saying once again that 'women do not know what their rights are'.

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said emotionally that women are demanding rights from men and women, and they are demanding rights from their part and they will meet them.

Drama Novice said that the one-hour program on this sensitive topic is insufficient, so there should be several hours to discuss the issue and it should not be on TV because not everything can be said on TV.

In the program, journalist Awais Tawheed also spoke on the rights and gender equality of women and said that in modern times women are being abused in Pakistan and women are still being killed in action.

After criticizing Awais Tawheed's statements in his plays and recent interviews, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said he felt that journalists and social worker Tahira Abdullah did not see his plays nor did he read them.

In recent months, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has been criticized for portraying the woman in a negative role in the drama 'I have you' and he himself has made slightly controversial statements in interviews.

In an October 2019 interview, he made a controversial statement saying, "He does not call every woman a woman, in his view the woman has a beauty and he is loyal to her and if he is not, then for her she is a woman."

He further said that if women talk about equality, they should gang rap together, which they were also criticized for.


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