#JusticeForNoor: Pakistanis Protest Against 'Beheading' of Former Diplomat's Daughter
He wrote on Twitter: "This has no place in our society, lives, religion or culture. We must work harder and do more for prevention and for justice. For Saima, for Quratulain, for Noor."
I cannot express strongly enough my absolute condemnation of the recent violence and brutality against women. This has no place in our society, lives, religion or culture. We must work harder and do more for prevention & for justice.— Shah Mahmood Qureshi (@SMQureshiPTI) July 23, 2021
For Saima, for Quratulain, for Noor.
There has been unrest over the rise in gender-based violence since Imran Khan in an interview last month resorted to victim-blaming. He said: "If a woman wears revealing clothes, it will have an impact on the men, unless they are robots. It’s just common sense."
Urge friends in Pakistan to keep the fight on until these monsters are brought to book. Justice delayed is justice denied.— Sonam Mahajan (@AsYouNotWish) July 27, 2021
Urge fellow Indians to join the campaign because one's daughter is everyone's.#JusticeForAmbreen#JusticeForQuratulain#JusticeForNoor#JusticeForSaima
@ImranKhanPTI's #10BillionTreeTsunami is necessary for our future - but it seems that securing a just and safe future for Pakistani women isn't on the agenda. Women are the stewards of this sustainable future you *seem* extremely keen on! #JusticeForNoor #EndFemicide— Saher Hasnain (@SaherHasnain) July 27, 2021