Since the incident of Zainab took place everyone is grieving over the loss of an innocent soul. People are protesting, celebrities are all on the roads protesting and asking for justice!
Yesterday, Samaa Tv anchor, Kiran Naz became the talk of the town when while sitting on the show she brought her daughter with her. The host made a point about how the incident impacted her as a mother by bringing her own daughter on the show.
Imagine the helplessness of a mother, TV anchor Kiran Naz, who brings her own child to her newscast to make #Pakistanis realise the pain of losing your own child. #JusticeForZainab pic.twitter.com/HkQkKH1gZI
— Neelu Mishra (@NeelakandanS1) January 11, 2018
Kiran Started The Bulletin By Saying: “Today I’m not your host Kiran Naz. I’m a mother and that is why I’m sitting here with my daughter”
She further lashed out at the police, “The truth is that the girl does not need your justice. She will get justice by her God on judgement day when she questions her death and asks her fault.”
There were many people who felt that this was by far the most heartening gesture:
Samaa’s Kiran Naz bringing her daughter to broadcast is the most heartening gesture from yesterday. This is how we start to talk openly. This is how we can begin to erase the taboo around using the R word.
— Faizan. (@merabichrayaar) January 11, 2018
Powerful and impassioned opening comments by Pakistani anchor Kiran Naz who got her daughter on the show to make a point about little Zainab’s rape and murder. https://t.co/At91KVaC8E
— Harneet Singh (@Harneetsin) January 10, 2018
— Manmohan Mehta (@Mannaboutown) January 11, 2018
— neelam mathews (@neelammathews) January 11, 2018
@Kiran_Naz_ Hi Kiran, I’m from the BBC World Service. We would love to speak to you today about your broadcast with your daughter. Please let me know if you’re interested. Many thanks.
— Emily Horler (@EmilyAntonia) January 11, 2018
However, there are are some people who slammed her.
— Adeel Raja (@adeelraja) January 10, 2018
SHAME ON YOU ! @Kiran_Naz_ 😡🖕
— Abbas Syed (@syed_zk) January 10, 2018
Anything for TRP Rating.
— ketulkumar (@Ketul1Indian) January 11, 2018
Everyone have their own way of portraying their love, anger, concern. People should realise this and instead of bashing and slamming should atleast appreciate the efforts a person is doing. What do you think about Kiran’s way of protesting.