After Chai Wala, This Thappar Wala Hits Social Media For All The Wrong Reasons!

After Chai Wala, This Thappar Wala Goes Viral But For All The Wrong Reasons!

“Ye awaam, ajeeb bewakoof awam hai” – Albert Einstein on Pakistani youth. (Please don’t take me seriously)

Pakistan is notorious for celebrating people with questionable deeds and morals while simultaneously blaming the victim for an incident. It isn’t uncommon for us to not see objectively what is right and what is wrong.

We recently witnessed an incident where a female news reporter was brutally slapped by an FC guard at NADRA office and suddenly the entire nation started acting as the judge in the situation.

While there were many who were against the slapping, there were a number of those individuals who felt it is totally “okay” to slap a woman as she was “asking for it”.

People picked sides. Surprisingly, some claimed that the media should stay in its limits and not harass people and that the reaction was justified and not uncalled for. Some were of the opinion that no matter what, the guard should not have raised his hands on the reporter.

A wave of obnoxious arguments swept across the entire Pakistani internet and this was all that people were discussing. A situation which was clear as black and white was muddied and made vague by the constant justification by the apologists.

What happened next was pretty much expected; people started celebrating the guard as the “Thappar wala” and made him a “sensation”.

And this was enough to trigger a general consensus of hatred towards the news reporter while simultaneously appreciating the FC guard’s actions.

We’re Just as Speechless As you Are!

Her opinion until she gets hit by a man herself

As if words should ever be responded to with physical violence

But amidst the insanity, someone stayed sane

Allah Rehem karay!

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