Posted on December 6, 2009
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Culture & Heritage, Law & Justice, Society
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39 responses to ““Sindhi Topi Day.” Wonderful. But Why the Guns?”

  1. faraz says:

    Nice sharing…….

  2. Skunk says:

    @Asad: My post seemed to be directed at ATP, however, I’d like to clarify that my intent was to target the prevalent norm. Indeed ATP has made a point of bringing other incidents to light, this picture however, appeared in Dawn, Express and others news papers who do not apply same rules to all.

  3. ShahidnUSA says:

    Author`s (Adil Bhais) perspective is much deeper and educating than the visual dismay including mine.
    To be fair and logical, even if that boy is not her son, she is not leaving a good example that guns are not something you play or celebrate with.

    Post script: This is just an effort in search of what went wrong.
    Why are we at, where we are? :) :(

  4. ASAD says:

    Dear Skunk.

    I have seen dozens of stories on ATP about guns in other context. Certainly about Basant. Many time about IJT. About MQM. About other violence. Go and search for violence above and see,

    Now, how many times have you accepted your own mistakes and learnt from them, rather than thinking the whole world is against you?

    You are right, rules should be same for everyone. So, why are you asking they should be different for Sindhis?