Shehryar Khan Afridi’s video really pointed to ladies roaming across the avenue in Manhattan and Afridi stated the ladies in Pakistan are way more revered than this.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has despatched Shehryar Khan Afridi, the chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir, to the United States to participate within the United Nations General Assembly. Reports stated that he has been despatched to the UNGA to ‘elevate consciousness’ about what is occurring in Jammu and Kashmir. But Imran Khan’s ‘Kashmir’ man has already gone viral on social media for a vlog that he shot from the road of Manhattan.
Shooting the video of girls roaming across the avenue, Afridi, clad in a casual t-shirt, stated ladies in Pakistan have a much better situation than these international locations who preach to the world. Accompanied by a number of males, Afridi is seen taking a stroll and saying, “Whatever the ethnicity is –Baloch, Sindhi, Punjabi, Pashtun, Kashmiri– we give respect to women. See here, these are America’s daughters. Recognise the values that we have. This is not a political slogan. This is the reality. See the condition of those who give us lectures, who tell us ‘I am the king'”.
The video surfaced a number of days in the past and has now gone viral with a number of social media customers mentioning the situation of girls in Pakistan.
“Once again PM Imran Khan is going to address UNGA as an ambassador of Kashmir. World has to listen to the tale of the barbarism of fascist Indian regime,” Afridi tweeted on Friday.
This is, nevertheless, not the primary controversy of Afridi through the journey as he was reportedly stopped at JFK airport for screening. The Pakistan Embassy in Washington stated that it was a routine screening as Afridi is a first-time customer. “As noted by the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, as a first-time visitor, Mr Afridi had secondary screening briefly and was cleared in routine without any guarantees being sought or given by anyone from the Embassy or the Consulate,” a press release from the embassy stated.