Pakistani celebrities stand united against ‘bullying’

Numerous celebrities have called out the offensive behaviour on display since the video went viral on social media in an effort to bring awareness about bullying.

A bullying incident at a prestigious private school in Lahore has shocked and appalled social media users, who have rallied against the privileged attitudes of teenagers from wealthy backgrounds. Four females join forces against a classmate after a drug abuse argument in a video of the incident that has since gone viral to torture and degrade her.

Numerous celebrities have called out the offensive behaviour on display since the video went viral on social media in an effort to bring awareness about bullying. Hadiqa Kiani, a singer and performer, raised awareness of the issue and urged parents to be active in their children’s life as well as the government and education to adopt stronger guidelines to protect children.

“Parenting, mental health, drugs and alcohol, abuse, school surveillance, safety, elitism, power, trauma and so much more. There is so much to unpack with the way our society raises protects criminals while silencing victims,” 

“My heart breaks for most parents are delusional and voluntarily ignorant about what is happening in their children’s lives, many are unknowingly causing severe trauma to their children that they in turn regurgitate into other innocent children in even more extreme ways,” Hadiqa Kiani added.

Several others shared the video on their Instagram Stories to demand strict action against the minors.“Bullying is not cool, not cool at all!” lamented Yashma Gill. “When will our kids learn that? And so many bystanders?” she questioned.

Several other celebrities added their disappointment and anger towards this case.

Singer Ali Zafar also addressed bullying adding his own experience.

Written by Mahnoor Luqman

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