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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan also has an adviser to advise on religious matters. The name of these men was Maulana Tahir Ashrafi. Some even call him ‘Maulana Tun’. Why, we will say later. Here is a talk on Maulana Ashrafi’s new report. He has since made fun of him. Mulla Ashrafi said on Monday- Men are also very handsome in our country. Why companies do not use them for advertising. Why is it only focused on women.
Problems with women
Speaking to the media in Lahore, Maulana Ashrafi expressed deep dissatisfaction with the emphasis on women only in advertisements, according to Pakistan’s The News. Ashrafi said- I do not understand that there are many handsome men in our country, yet why enemies are given priority in advertisements. After all, what do men lack? Companies hire women in every subject and give them jobs in advertising.
What is the need to focus on women?
Maulana was very upset about giving priority to women in advertisements. Deliberately and unnecessarily, she said, Kawadeen (women) are given priority in advertisements. Why are they shown so much? I strongly oppose such acts.
Maulana praised Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision. There are so many things and things happening in the world regarding Islamophobia. Our Wazir-e-Azam has launched a campaign against it, the results of which are showing good results. Now those who post against Islam on websites will be arrested. The world should try to reduce pornography in the country.
Maulana Tahir Ashrafi is one of Imran Khan’s 22 advisers. He chairs the committee on religious matters and advises Imran on religious matters. Many in the Pakistani media also call him Maulana Tun. In fact, last year Maulana Jio was interviewed for the news in which he was found intoxicated. He was also caught drinking alcohol in a car in Lahore a few years ago. However, despite this, Imran turned him into a religious affairs adviser.
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