President Alvi slams TV show host over insensitive attitude towards sexually abused children

President Alvi has always been very vocal about sensitive social issues.

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  • President of Pakistan Arif Alvi expressed displeasure over a television host who was asking questions to sexually abused children in front of a huge crowd.
  • He also emphasized on the implementation of laws against such insensitive acts on TV channels.

President Alvi

President of Pakistan Arif Alvi expressed displeasure over a program that was broadcasted on television. The host of the television show was asking questions to sexually abused children in front of a huge crowd.

Serious Psychological Impact

President Alvi showed some serious concern over the matter in his tweet, stating that it could have a serious impact on the mental state of the children.

President Alvi shared his thoughts on his twitter account where he said, “Disgusting: A TV channel broadcast a show where the anchor interviewed sexually abused children in front of a huge crowd and then broadcasted it for the world to see them”.

“Do not they care about the psychological impact & social ostracism or ridicule these flowers will face?” the president asked his followers.

He further added he had a discussion with the Chairman of PEMRA, despite the re-telecast today. Mr. President further emphasized that there should be laws against this and questioned why such laws were not implemented. President Alvi expressed deep remorse, saying that it had hurt him deeply.

Not the First Time

However, this is not the first time when the President has spoken on such sensitive issues. Last month, he expressed his annoyance over the inhumane response of a retired Indian general on the mass rape of women in occupied Kashmir by security forces.

President Arif Alvi said, “Disgraceful. Maj Gen(R) SP Sinha a leader of BJP advocates rape of Kashmiri women on TV”.


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