Atif Aslam Stopped Singing In The Middle Of His Performance And Schooled Men Who Were Harassing Women!

Atif Aslam Stopped Singing In The Middle Of His Performance And Schooled Men Who Were Harassing Women!

Karachi Eat – one of the most anticipated events for food lovers in Karachi was all set to take place in full flow until the rainy weather drenched the city in its beauty, delaying the event to take place next week. While Karachiites, just like every year were looking forward to the event, the ‘No Stag Allowed’ policy of the event caused a lot of uproar on social media.

There Were Men Who Understood The Basic Realities

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And Then There Were Those Who Were Really Butthurt

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Ufff.

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And The Concerns For Women Increased As Well

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There Was No End To The “Logical” Debate

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This Does Make Sense To Some Extent

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All this debate around allowing men to attend an event as stags makes us realize why there should be some management or separate sections for women. Yesterday, Atif Aslam and Abida Parveen performed live in Moin Khan Stadium DHA Sports Club. The environment at the concert showed why Karachi Eat’s Policy of allowing ‘families only’ is what people needed the most.

One of the many present in the crowd last night, Osama Ashaqeen explained how men started harassing women present in the crowd. Here’s what happened:

Osama also shared with Parhlo how poor the management was and there was no control over the crowd. He mentioned how men and women had same entry gates and there was too much hassle, causing men to take advantage of women and pushing them away. There was no time management as the performers came extremely late.

Osama shared that in the middle of the song, Atif noticed a man teasing a woman, stopped singing and called the victim on stage. Atif made sure that the girl was taken care of and scolded the man live.

In addition to this, people shared their experiences on Facebook as well:

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A Solution Much Needed, Thanks To What Happened

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Much of the blame was dumped on poor management and security who failed to manage the crowd before, during and after the event. People had to go through a lot of trouble to find their way in and out of the location.

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Moments like these make us wonder if we are living in a world filled with humans or scavengers.

 

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