The saga of domestic violence continues and the people including celebrities have a lots of opinions about Mohsin Abbas Haider and his wife. Sentiments of people were hurt after the controversy erupted. And people raised voices against domestic abuse from various platforms across the country. But one thing which disturbed us as responsible member of society is shockingly judgmental behavior of people. Lets be fair, there is different between an accused person and a guilty one. Morally and legally it’s wrong to tag a person guilty until the court of law declares him/her guilty. As per law, an accused has the right to prove himself innocent and to present witness. So it’s too fast to declare someone guilty. Raise your voice against wrong but don’t be a judge.
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The model and actor Farhan Malhi also rose his voice against domestic abuse. He wrote an open letter in which he stated that women should be protected from the violence. But also requested people not to be so fast in judging a man without hearing his side of story. He quoted that “Protect Women, But Don’t Harass Men”.
Farhan Malhi Wrote
The actor maturely and responsibly penned that “It’s shocking to see how people so fast in judging Mohsin. But there can be another side too… Don’t forget abuse of men is real, but the refuses to accept it and puts its head around the fact. There are men and families abused and tortured by the women. But in our country, the most widely accepted nation is that a woman can be abused.
The trend of so fast in believing that a man is culprit and judging is so wrong. Not just because men are falsely implicated but also because the case for women, who are abused in real becomes weak…
Simple misunderstandings, simple arguments eventually lead to a point where couples really become against each other. And the biggest weapon in the hands of women is domestic violence. And woman coming out in public and telling that the man beat her up or he harassed her is believed instantaneously.
It is time when we recognize that there is violence against men as well in the society. And the one who is judging must understand that men are too tortured and are subjected to mental and verbal abuse. Violence and domestic abuse can be perpetrated both by men and women, irrespective of their gender. Anyone who is subjected to such kind of humiliation or violence should be protected.
Protect women, but don’t harass men.” See the screen shot of original open letter below.
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Reporter: Nida Bibi
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