SAMAA TV's Amber Shamsi highlights the concerning issue of child labour in Pakistan
The mother should think that the domestic worker is like a person who is part of family helping her if in need and treat all humans equal poor or rich then God will treat you the same with good things showered unto you,God did not create people different only status is separating humans learn to think like a her with no education and no money, earning a living to make her family have food on table
It is a great shame for me that I am part of this horrid society. We as society has become shameless.
Beat these women like they beat that innocent girl and punish them severly so that all other people get a good lesson
Indeed a shameful act ! This goes to show you the evil mindset that governs our people. Sad so very sad!!
Shame for all of us.
You can punish one but there are hundreds that thousands others which are suffering same abuse right now probably in the same neighborhoods where little Uzma got murdered. It is the system that elites have created where there is no dignity for humans. You need to break the system either by example (public hangings) or by creating environment of empathy which has gone missing in a nation which prouds itself as Muslim nation.The Law and enforcement for all will only bring justice and equality. May Allah help us and Pakistan.
It is high time to realize that the current system has failed us in all ways, right onto our faces. As someone with morality and logic, the only way that can serve to prevent any more horrid incidents related to violence against domestic workers is to hang the culprits publicly. If they couldn’t be sympathetic to those in need, they don’t deserve it neither; showing them what they did a while back for them to reflect upon their grave sins. No need of those long court sessions where the verdict would be in the favor of the perpetrators, a direct action in this case is absolutely justifiable.
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