The topic is co-education, where male and female students share the same educational institutions at the same time. The topic has always sparked debates and discussions for decades, and it remains a complex issue with no simple “yes” or “no” answer.
There are multiple reasons for the ongoing debate surrounding co-education. Pakistani scriptwriter Khalil Ur Rahman believes co-education is contributing to the downfall of society and causing immense harm to future generations.
Khalilur Rahman is known for his impactful contributions to Pakistani television and film. Khalil Ur Rahman is a prolific writer, playwright, and screenwriter.
Khalil-Ur-Rehman Passes Remarks on Co-Education
In response to the question about Pakistan’s education system, Khalil Ur Rahman Qamar expressed concern about co-educational institutions. Additionally, he pointed out that people were already familiar with the repercussions of this system and anticipated even worse consequences in the future.
The controversial writer Khalil Ur Rehman of the drama serial “Mere Pas Tum Ho” and the movie “Punjab Nahi Jaungi”, highlights that he has consistently avoided endorsing indecency in his cinematic works. He further said girls should give a shut-up call to boys who try to divert them by asking to be friends because it’s wrong.
In films he has written, the director must put in significant effort to persuade an actress to wear revealing clothes. In his opinion, boys and girls should attend separate schools to maintain distance from one another.
In light of his controversial statements and actions, Qamar has both supporters and critics, and the public is divided about him.