Bushra Ansari, a senior actress in the film and TV industry, has called on renowned cleric Maulana Tariq Jameel to protest against the rising incidence of rape and raise her voice. Bushra Ansari posted a photo of herself on the photo and video-sharing app Instagram, expressing her outrage at the rising incidence of sexual abuse.
“Instead of hanging the beasts involved in the heinous incidents of rape, we want them to be kept alive and tortured to the point of suffering until their last breath,” Ansari wrote. The actress said, “Just as these criminals torture young children and women by raping them, so they should be tortured so that those innocent souls can find peace and these beasts can become a lesson for everyone.”
“I demand that the hands and feet of these criminals be cut off so that those who are thinking of committing this heinous crime today or tomorrow will have fear in their hearts,” she wrote. Bushra Ansari wrote, “Execution is temporary pain, but the real pain is to set a precedent.”
In the end, the actress demanded from Maulana Tariq Jameel to protest and wrote, “Maulana Tariq Jameel, we need you. Protest against this serious issue, hold a sit-in, raise your voice.”
It should be noted that since the increasing incidents of rape in the country and the Lahore Motorway case, while some showbiz artists are raising their voices in favor of public execution of criminals, there are also some artists who are opposed to execution.
Bushra Ansari Profession:
Bushra Ansari is a Pakistani actress, comedian, singer and playwright who started her career as a child performer in the 1950s. Ansari won numerous awards during her career, including the Presidential Pride of Performance Award in 1989 for her contributions to the arts of Pakistan.
Bushra Ansari Career:
Bushra Ansari first dramatic acting role was in one of Iqbal Ansari productions. She also appeared on PTV most-watched shows, including Angan Terha, Show Time, Show Sha, Rang Tarang, Emergency Ward and the sketch comedy TV series,
Molna Tariq Jamil Profession:
Molna Tariq Jamil (born 1 October 1953), also known as Mawlānā Tariq Jamil, is a Pakistani Islamic television preacher, religious writer, scholar and a member of the Tablighi Jamaat.
Molna Tariq Jamil Early life and education:
Molna Tariq Jamil was born on 1 October 1953 in Mian Channu, Pakistan. Jamil belongs to the Sahu subtribe of Chauhan Rajputs. His family was the ruler of Tulamba during the reign of Sher Shah Suri and the lands around Tulamba were distributed by the same family.
He completed primary education from Central Model School, Lahore. Jamil is an alumnus of Government College University, Lahore. He received his Islamic education from Jamia Arabia, Raiwind, where he studied Qur’an, Hadith, Sufism, logic, and Islamic jurisprudence.
Molna Tariq Jamil enrolled in King Edward Medical College after finishing pre-medical from Government College Lahore, but his desire for religious education prevailed, so he left King Edward without completing MBBS.
Molna Tariq Jamil Career:
Tariq Jamil has delivered religious sermons internationally and comes from a school of thought called Deobandi.He supports ethnic and sectarian harmony.
Molna Tariq Jamil sermons focus on “self-purification, avoidance of violence, observance of Allah’s orders and pursuing the way of Prophet Muhammad.”
Molna Tariq Jamil has been named continuously as one as of The 500 Most Influential Muslims in the world by the Royal Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought in Jordan from 2013 to 2019.
Molna Tariq Jamil has influenced Junaid Jamshed, cricketer Inzamam Ul Haq, actress and host Veena Malik, and actor Aamir Khan.
In 2020, the government of Pakistan awarded him Pride of Performance, a national literary award presented by the president