On February 24 this month, Azhar Siddiqui, chairman of the Judicial Activism Council, filed a petition against the Women's March in the Lahore High Court and requested the court to stop the march.
After hearing the plea, the judge remarked that the court "could not restrict the expression".
During the hearing, senior advocate and social leader Hina Jilani, who argued in favour of marrying the woman, told the court that she only wanted to marry women to highlight the importance of women.
While outside the court, Hina Jilani also responded strongly to those who criticized the women march and demanded a ban.
Speaking to the media, Hina Jilani said, "We are living in this country, people of different age groups and people of all ages are part of this rally. Express. '
Criticizing those who called controversial banners raised by women in March, she said, "There will be many girls participating in the rally with me. As far as negotiations go, we don't have to learn from applicants like them." That is what happens, we learn from our parents, we and the younger generation know our social ethics. '
According to Hina Jilani, "It is their dirty thinking that they think everything is obscene, they are children, they are allowed to speak, these women are the property of this country. What do you want these children to do?" They couldn't make a sound and people with such nasty thoughts would call them obscenities? '
It is to be noted that this year, various women's rights organizations have also organized International Day on March 8 in major and major cities of the country including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Quetta and Peshawar. Has announced to organize a 'Women's March' on the occasion of women.
Last year, 'Woman March' was held in different cities of Pakistan, which included a large number of women and girls.
Women marched from Karachi to Lahore and Islamabad to Hyderabad in March, carrying dozens of unique slogan banners and play cards.