The Minar-E-Pakistan Incident on 14th August — Could it Have Been Avoided?

By now everyone knows what happened, but to summarize, a Pakistani National was publicly harassed and physically tortured by a mob of over 400 people — ironically on the Independence Day of this Country, and on the place where the resolution of Pakistan was passed; Minar-E-Pakistan. There are a ton of questions that are eating everyone inside out — starting from…

--

--

--

Director at Contwre | Creative Content Writer | Author | SEO Expert | Content and SMM Specialist

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

WEXIT IS A PIPEDREAM

Nation must find common ground over divisions https://t.co/coOr2yIT29

Zimbabwe: The Infrastructure Policy Framework that You Deserve

Yesssss, hard Brexit here we come!

SIPTU says immediate action needed to support aviation following flight cancellations

How Labour lost its way?

In the Rose Garden — Part 1: Who Are You?

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Ahmad Zabir

Ahmad Zabir

Director at Contwre | Creative Content Writer | Author | SEO Expert | Content and SMM Specialist

More from Medium

Project Boundless Education (BE) -tutelage that engages and accompanies - Phase 1: Alakowe (Pilot)

OTT vs Theater — Which is better?

Making a Move

White moving truck driving away on a two lane road.

Spend 10 Minutes Daily Without Your Smartphone to Build a Curious Mindset