| Welcome to Global Village Space

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Hazim Bangwar responds to criticism from Fawad Chaudhry

Sharing his pictures and videos from the event on his Instagram he said, "Pakistan might not have Met Gala, but it has a lot of style."

Popular Assistant Commissioner Hazim Bangwar responds to critics censuring his fashion choice, particularly from Fawad Chaudhry. Bangwar who rose to prominence after being posted as the AC in the North Nazimabad area of Karachi, and also due to his unusual dressing and fashion sense, responded to a barrage of criticism poured in on his style.

Bangwar recently attended a local fashion event in which he wore a black outfit paired with a silver metallic chain. He holds a Fashion Design and Marketing from AIU London and an LLB degree from the UK. His video in an unusual outfit went viral on social media.

Sharing his pictures and videos from the event on his Instagram he said, “Pakistan might not have Met Gala, but it has a lot of style.”

Taking to Twitter, former Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said, “Indian Civil Service was first merit-based Bureaucracy of the modern world, the authors of Travelyn’s report could have never imagined in their wild dream the decline we are witnessing in Pakistan […] show some respect to the office you are occupying,” the politician said while reacting to a social media post which shared Bangwar’s video.

“Such a sad and pathetic state we are witnessing,” said one user while reacting to Bangwar’s outfit


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Hazim Bangwar (@hazimbangwar)

Bangwar responded to the criticism on social media. “I think most people have forgotten that I’m human and like any other human I too should be allowed to live my private life in peace,” Bangwar wrote on his Instagram account.

Read more: Shocking details about Pakistani politicians from Dubai leaks

“I’ve left a life of luxury behind to serve my public. The price for which I pay every day by being criticised, trolled, bullied, and threatened for simply dressing well. Professional I’ve carried my office with respect and dignity and always dressed appropriately,” said Bangwar in his note on Instagram.

“No doctor or officer wears their gowns or uniforms outside their office but I guess I’m expected to. My only aim is to serve my public as I have, and I hope to do that in peace,” added Bangwar in his post.