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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan draws flak again, accusing women wearing ‘small clothes’ of rising sexual violence

Islamabad: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again pulled the plug by blaming women’s clothing for an increase in cases of sexual violence in the country. In an interview with Axios’ journalist Jonathan Swan on HBO, broadcast on June 20, Prime Minister Khan said, “If a woman wears very few clothes, it will affect men unless they are robots. It’s just healthy. “This is cultural imperialism. Whatever is acceptable in our culture, it must be acceptable everywhere else. It is not.” Premier Khan’s comment comes just two months after his interview with Geo News, where he had made similar comments that sexual violence was a product of ‘obscenity’, which he described as a Western import. Also read – ‘Absolutely not’: Pakistan rejects all possibility of allowing military bases to the United States

Earlier in April, PM Earlier in April, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said that the increase in sexual violence in Pakistan, especially against children, was due to “fahashi” (vulgarity). Khan had said that the increase in sexual violence in Pakistan, especially against children, was due to “fahashi” (vulgarity). And this time, he tried to defend his previous remarks, saying Khan in his interview with Axios’ on HBO: “… I said the term ‘purdah’. Avoid temptation in society. We do not have discos here, we do not have nightclubs. It’s a completely different way of life in this life. So if you raise the temptation in society to a point – all these young guys have nowhere to go – it has a consequence in society. ” Read also – Bizarre! Denied free burgers, Pakistani police arrest all staff in a fast food joint

Asked if the woman’s clothes could provoke sexual violence, Khan said, “If a woman wears very few clothes, it will affect men unless they are robots. That’s common sense. When he was further put forward, he added, “It depends on what community you live in. If people in a community have not seen that kind of thing, it will have an impact on them.” Also read – Donald Trump seen singing and selling ice cream in Pakistan; Oh wait, it’s his Doppelganger | Watch

Pakistan’s Muslim League (PML) spokesman Marriyum Aurangzeb called Imran Khan a “sick, misogynistic, degenerate” and slammed the Pakistani prime minister. “The world gained an insight into a mindset for a sick, misogynistic, degenerate and abandoned IK. It is not women’s choices that lead to sexual abuse, but rather men’s choices that choose to engage in this dispicable and heinous crime, ”Aurangzeb tweeted.

“Perhaps the women researcher, degenerate, can defend pedophiles and murderers, as he advocates for rapes, after all, men can not be expected to control the temptation. Just FYI Mr. Degenerate, self-control is a small thing that Allah puts a big premium on, ”she added.

Official statistics in Pakistan have revealed that at least 11 rapes are reported in the country every day, with over 22,000 cases reported to the police in the last six years. However, only 77 of the accused have been convicted, accounting for 0.3 percent of the total, Geo News reported.

(ANI inputs added)

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