Objectionable messages on the placard of anchorperson Mansoor Ali Khan’s wife at Aurat March were doctored, prove the reports.
Anchorperson Mansoor Ali Khan participated in the Aurat March with his family. But pictures of his wife holding unpleasant and embarrassing messages on the placards went viral on social media. Some of those various messages were “no shame in nakedness”. Other placards had messages like ‘want a divorce’ and ‘my body my choice’.
Khan denied those doctored images and posted a collage of photos showing original against the several photoshopped pictures. He busted the vile social media posts maligning him and his wife. The original picture showed Khan’s wife holding blank placards that were doctored with misleading messages afterward.
In his tweet, he added that despite attempts from detractors to demoralize him, he will not drift from his stance and continue to support the movement of women’s rights.
Original picture vs 3 different photoshopped versions.
Doing great guys. Your acts only support how important the #AuratAzadiMarch is today.
Note: I won’t move an inch from my stance. 😊✌🏽 pic.twitter.com/zLO5Das9H5
— Mansoor Ali Khan (@_Mansoor_Ali) March 8, 2020
Earlier, these false images had shocked social media users. A score of social media users even flaked Mansoor Ali Khan and his wife for promoting vile agendas under the garb of Aurat March.
The controversies continue to surround Aurat March that was held across Pakistan on International Women’s Day 8th March.
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Women, activists, and proponents of women’s rights hit the streets in large numbers to fight for equality for women. Participants joined the marched with various slogans called to end the injustices against women in society.
Earlier, ahead of Aurat March controversial writer Khalil-ur-Rehman and activist Marvi Sirmed had a scathing argument on the slogan ‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’ in a TV talk show. The ugly spat between the two panelists generated a torrent of reactions on social media.
Don’t pay heed to this @_Mansoor_Ali! This is a photoshopped picture and you guys make a great couple. Family and respect is utmost.
— Hina Parvez Butt (@hinaparvezbutt) March 8, 2020
More power to you Ada. Men like you are our actual strength to fight patriarchy.
Happy #InternationalWomensDay #AuratAzadiMarch #AuratMarch2020
— Shama Junejo (@ShamaJunejo) March 8, 2020
Qamar disdained Marvi Sirmed and proponents of Aurat March during an altercation. Marvi Sirmed too retorted in ire and dissed Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar following indecent and derogatory comments on her.
Soon the video clip of Marvi Sirmed and Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar’s argument went viral on social media that spurred tremendous reactions on Twitter. The video spread like wildfire on social media subsequently trends like #MeraJismMeriMarzi, #AuratMarch2020, Marvi, and Khalil Qamar swarmed Pakistani Twitter.