Prime Minister Imran Khan faced criticism for his yet another statement regarding the increase in sexual crimes in the country.
Pakistanis, in large numbers, reacted to PM Khan’s latest statement in which he blamed the negative use of mobile phones for rising sexual crimes in Pakistan. People think the Premier has blamed everything except the culprits.
It is everyone else’s fault expect Pakistani men. https://t.co/M1tHPTc7a7
— AR🌹 (@AnamRathor) August 26, 2021
He’s going to blame everyone and everything except the actual perpetrators… Men 🤦🏽♀️ https://t.co/HZikEXIWAu
— ردا جعفري (@existentialchai) August 26, 2021
They’ll blame everything under the sun except the culprits https://t.co/Wrw634GDe6
— sohni (@sohnianika) August 26, 2021
We are winning the competition for country lacking most self awareness on the planet https://t.co/bvmDyI0wT8
— Sabah Malik (@sabahbanomalik) August 26, 2021
blame everything under the sun except for men and their inherent deviance https://t.co/PSvWqT5IEG
— h (@HaadeaP) August 26, 2021
did imran khan really blamed misuse of mobile phones for rising sexual crimes?
yaaar bajwa sahab apko yehi namoona mila tha?
— anastipu (@teepusahab) August 26, 2021
‘Sexual crimes on the rise due to misuse of mobile phones’ Imran Khan.
First it was the fault of the West. Then it was Bollywood. Now it’s misuse of technology. It’s everything but the violent misogyny that is endemic to this land. https://t.co/V6DvKUVvqm
— Moni Mohsin (@moni_butterfly) August 26, 2021
— Yousaf Malik (@YousafMalik41) August 25, 2021
Sexual assault on women and Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statements
Men aren’t robots. Women are at fault for wearing such clothes.
Mobile phones are the cause of rising sexual crimes.
Has he ever thought of accusing men who do the actual assault?
— Fatah (@fatah_pak) August 26, 2021
can someone tell imran khan that sexual crimes are not on the rise people are just finally talking about it
— saleha (@cherybabyyy) August 26, 2021
Earlier, PM Khan faced similar backlash after he blamed women’s clothes for leading temptation in society. “See, we live in a society where if a woman is wearing very few clothes, it will have an impact on men unless they are robots,” the PM had said.