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Pakistani celebrities join hands for #JusticeforFarhista

There really seems to be zero progress, or hope, for Pakistan with regards to safety of women or children. In the holy month of Ramzan, the horrific news of a 10-year-old being raped and murdered in Islamabad, has shocked the country.

The body of a girl, identified as Farishta Mohmand, was found dumped in Chak Shahzad, a suburb in Islamabad. It is believed that she had been missing for five days before being found. People are also claiming that the police and medical facilities have not been cooperating as they refused to file a first information report (FIR) or conduct a postmortem.

The case caused an uproar on social media after many condemned the murder and slammed the authorities for not taking prompt actions against the missing case.

Among others, celebrities also criticised how the culprits are still out in the open.

Mahira Khan

Hamza Ali Abbasi

Jawad Ahmad

Bilal Ashraf

Yumna Zaidi


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Armeena Rana Khan

Reham Khan

How many more cases does our judicial system need to take serious action against these monsters? When will the realization hit them that the responsibility of the authorities doesn’t end after an ineffective Tweet or just offering condolences to the victim’s family? The culprits must be captured and punished for committing such a heinous crime!

We, as a society, really need to re-evaluate our morals and priorities. Is our morality only for creating trending hashtags or do we really care about human rights, respect and safety of the women and children of this country like one is supposed to?

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