People can dance on weddings and social media but Godforbid if they danced in Aurat march, the question arises that how dare they?
You’re completely missing the point. Revolutions never came while people were sitting in their homes criticising little details while the major narrative discusses All real problems that women face.
Domestic violence in Pakistan is an endemic social and public health problem. An estimated 5000 women are killed per year from domestic violence, with thousands of others maimed or disabled.
There are an estimated 1,000 honor killings each year in Pakistan, according to a 2019 report by Human Rights Watch. But there are no official statistics around them, as they often go unreported or are logged as a suicide or natural death by family members, the report adds.
There are at least 11 rape cases reported in Pakistan every day with over 22,000 rape cases reported to police across the country in the last six years, according to official statistics.
Majority of these crimes are committed against women. When women go out to demand for rights, they are trying to make people talk about the real problems in media and otherwise. When there is an inequality, a protest or a peaceful MARCH is a form of political statement to make people understand.
One thing should always be in our mind for everyone that women have a special place in our society that can’t be replaced anyway.