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Many Pakistanis Think Rapes Happen In Their Country Because Of Bollywood And Its Vulgarity

Published on 29 January, 2018 at 10:00 am By

There is not a single day goes by when we don’t read or come across the stories of crimes being committed on women, not a single day when our daughters and women are not molested, abused, harassed or raped. While a lot of hue and cry followed after every such crime, it seems that we are still far away from making our world a safe place for our women and children.


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The recent horrific rape and murder of 7-year-old Zainab from Pakistan’s Kasur has jolted not just the people of Pakistan but the entire world. The heinous crime has exposed once again how vulnerable our children and how unsafe our women are in our society. While this is not the first time such horrific acts have happened, Zainab’s brutal rape and murder has once again shook our conscience to the core.

 

While the whole world continues to battle such horrific crimes and put all-out effort to stop them from happening again, it seems like things are going bad from worst. However, in the wake of Zainab’s rape and murder, Pakistanis seem to have found a way to stop or reduce crimes against women. They feel vulgarity is one reason for crimes against women and children. So they started a campaign to stop vulgarity on media. Now the hashtag #StopVulgarityOnMedia is trending on social media.

The broad perception that is being covered under the umbrella of this hashtag movement is that skin show and intimate scenes being shown on the television must not be allowed. People have cited several reasons. Take a look at how Pakistani Twitter users blame vulgarity for rapes and other crimes in the society:

 

Vulgarity on media enough to destabilize society:

 


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Golden period of Pakistan lost to vulgarity:

 

 

Pakistani women are not Sunny Leone:

 

 

Call themselves shameless:

 

 

Not the tradition of Pakistan:

 

 

Morning shows corrupt women:

 

 

If vulgarity not stopped, more Zainab’s stories will follow:

 

 

No vulgarity, no crimes in the society:

 

 



 

However, what is shocking to learn is that many Pakistanis think Bollywood and other Indian contents are responsible for rapes in their country. Many called for a ban on Bollywood and its ‘vulgarity’ to stop rapes from happening in Pakistan. Take a look:

 

Vulgarity in Bollywood one of the main reasons of rapes:

 

 

Pakistanis moral duty to block channels with Indian content:

 

 

Because India is Pakistan’s enemy:

 

 

Calling to stop showing Bollywood movie ads:

 

 

So much hatred on India:

 

 

See how hateful they are on India:

 

 

Calling to stop running Indian content:

 

 

Hitting out at their fellow Pakistanis:

 

 


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Rapes or any crime against women or children happen everywhere across the world. It’s a world issue, not just for Pakistan, or India for that matter. Let’s join hands and fight to bring justice to all victims of such heinous crimes.

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