Twitter tells how the 2021 Aurat Azadi March will look like?
Lahore, 23rd February: ‘Aurat Azadi March 2021’ has become the second-most top Twitter trend in Pakistan today. The Aurat Azadi March (Women Freedom Movement) is always held on Women’s Day i.e March 8 across Pakistan and the rest of the world.
Twitter is trending with mixed ideas and reviews by the netizens regarding the Aurat Azadi March in the year 2021.
Some Twitteratis shared their experiences and stood up for the Aurat March:
I went to first Aurat March in 2019 & decided to form a platform for women in Layyah to assist them in their fights. 2 years later, we are starting our community center for women of Layyah.
Shukria Behno 💪 #AuratAzadiMarch2021
— Wardah Noor (@wardahn00r) February 22, 2021
Someone pointed out that the women issue in Chitral is being addressed now because of the Aurat March:
Good to see #AuratAzadiMarch is finally talking about women's issues in areas like Chitral.#AuratAzadiMarch2021 statement on a minor girl from #Chitral marriage to MNA Maulana Salahuddin Ayubi. https://t.co/4IUNM8wf05
— Queen B (@BariyaShah) February 22, 2021
A netizen wrote, “We’re glad to know that organizers of Aurat Azadi march have dedicated their march to the struggling women of Balochistan. No doubt, the anti-colonial struggle of these women is a way out to emancipate south Asia from Patriarchy and Imperialism.”
We're glad to know that organizers of Aurat azadi march has dedicated their march to the struggling women of Balochistan. No doubt, anti-colonial struggle of these women is a way out to emancipate south asia from Patriarchy and Imperialism.#BalochWomenPower#AuratAzadiMarch2021 pic.twitter.com/zDbQWsjNGk
— Zaheer Ahmed (@Naarhiwaal) February 22, 2021
On the other hand, some users are totally against the so-called Aurat March:
Women should focus on their children's education more than '#AuratAzadiMarch2021 #AuratMarch2021 pic.twitter.com/bzQRFOkEAL
— Shazz (@Shazia_tauqeer_) February 22, 2021
One word for them: haram za day.
They want to spread obscenity, they want to spread haram (forbidden) relationships, they want to promote filthy culture under the guise of progress!#AuratAzadiMarch2021
— Yaser (@planksforbarn) February 23, 2021
A user also pointed out the hidden agenda of the Aurat March, saying, “When they have to show foreign NGO’s that their money is being invested in the right way #AuratAzadiMarch2021.”
When they have to show foreign NGO’s that their money is being invested in a right way v rest of the year #AuratAzadiMarch2021 pic.twitter.com/m1ZPju712h
— Hina ✪ (@hazai09) February 23, 2021
There are some who shared memes regarding the Aurat Azadi March:
When Modern Woman Goes to Aurat March and Reads Her Slogan 😂#AuratAzadiMarch2021 pic.twitter.com/s7SUQ72Avr
— Billu Tweets (@Billu_Tweets) February 23, 2021
Meanwhile my friends: pic.twitter.com/ZUy0De5rhK
— ✪ عبداللہ (@Abdul_sayz) February 23, 2021
The winner no doubt is the picture being shared by many:
Truly #AuratAzadiMarch2021#Pakistan #PakistanArmy#PakistanZindabad #LongLivePakistan #OneNationOneGoal #Peace #23thMarchResolutionDay #ISI pic.twitter.com/NNSl4gyqvP
— Pakistan Zindabad 🇵🇰 (@GHaZ_NAwE77) February 23, 2021
Real Aurat March#Pakistan #AuratAzadiMarch2021 #AuratMarch pic.twitter.com/F94Lcojw02
— Sohail Ahmed (@sohailahmedsa) February 23, 2021
Meanwhile, a video on their official Twitter account ‘Aurat Azadi March Islamabad’ explains why women in Pakistan need the movement:
Are all genders treated equally in Pakistan? Some facts about the Aurat Azadi March & Feminism.
Whenever we hear about #AuratAzadiMarch, the first words that come to our mind are feminism & feminists. In this video Rabab Zehra explains what the Aurat Azadi March is about. pic.twitter.com/smzJjPLPPC
— Aurat Azadi March Islamabad (@AuratAzadiMarch) February 22, 2021
The Aurat Azadi March is based on Feminism, which should not be considered a dirty word people have made it to be. Feminism isn’t a man-hating movement that is meant to destroy the world.
Instead, it is a movement that is meant to promote equality and women having the same rights as everyone else in the community.
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