A Perspective On Pakistan’s Aurat March

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Aurat March:

On March 8th, 2021, the international woman’s day, when a woman in Pakistan unites and reclaim public spaces and I think it’s not Aurat March it’s called Aurat Dharna.

There are a lot of questions on the internet regarding Aurat March and Aurat  Azadi   March 2021. Even the posters and Aurat March banners like ‘’Mera Jism Meri Marzi’’ used by the protesters and marchers instantly grabbed the public attention. Without wasting time go to the point.

Women doing aurat march.

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Rights:

If you talk about women’s rights so why are you not supporting Aafia Saddiqui she is also a woman, who is in the custody of American jail…. Where are Aafia’s rights? First, you should take steps for Aafia, start a campaign of justice for Aafia nationally and internationally….

This Aurat  Dharna is all about  Feminism,  the woman wants equality I would like to tell them, Dear Sister, Do your duty first, then talk about rights. You don’t have to wash the dishes at home and you need equality. And Woman who say to their husband “khana khud garam kr lo’’   So go, the man will do the housework, you earn.  Actually the problem is that women do not get paid to do housework. “khana  garam kr ke dena is not favor it’s your duty. So lose this attitude if you want a successful relationship.

Feminism is all about funded program by western culture…. They want to demolish our Islamic culture by  using  Aurat March and Feminism Activity.

Woman Empowerment:

Islam has already given rights to women, No one can give more rights to women than Islam. Hazrat Khadija R.A was a businesswoman, for our model role women.  Women should learn from her. You have permission to whatever you want to do but in the shade of Islam.

Achievements Of Pakistani Women:

Women stand at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, as health care workers, caregivers, innovators, community organizers and as some of the most exemplary and effective national leaders in combating the pandemic. The crisis has highlighted both the centrality of their contributions and the disproportionate burdens that women carry.

This year’s theme for the International Day, “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world“, celebrates the tremendous efforts by women and girls around the world in shaping a more equal future and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.