Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar Sahib writes that when I was young, I was a big egoist. Despite my poverty, I never wore used clothes. Once my father got a gift of clothes and a suit, so I told him that I have to sew a coat. Wearing that coat, I went to my uncle’s house and my aunt and cousins asked Fatt:
I said, “Auntie, except for that.” But he didn’t believe me. I swore. But he didn’t believe her. went.. Circumstances were such that no one was ready to believe that Khela could sew a new coat. After reading, writing and working, when I became a member of a bank’s board of directors.
Big Cute Coat O Which Brand O, What’s Up? Cloth and stitching are excellent. Feeling embarrassed, I said, “Brother John Linde, let’s go.” But he refused, and I swore. And now I started laughing instead of crying … It is true that this society is a big hypocrite, it does not believe in the truth of the poor and it also seals the lies of the rich.
The man who has written TV serials like Pyarey Afzal, Sadqay Tumhare and Mere Paas Tum Ho, Khalil ur Rehman Qamar came under fire on Tuesday evening when he crossed all levels of human decency and dignity by hurling profanities at a fellow female panelist and making personal attacks on her appearance.
Appearing on a live show on a local television channel, opining against the upcoming Aurat March on Women’s Day (March 8), Mr Qamar was vehemently opposing the validity of the Aurat March when Marvi Sirmed, also on the panel, interrupted him and reiterated the slogan, Mera Jism Meri Marzi. This slogan is a spin-off of My Body, My Choice, the global movement for women to have the right to safe abortion. In Pakistan, it refers to a woman’s right to self-defense from harassment and abuse of all kinds