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Harassment of women drivers

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Harassment of women while driving in Pakistan is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. Despite efforts to promote gender equality and respect for women, female drivers are often subjected to harsh comments and harassment by men on the roads. This creates an unsafe environment for women and can lead to accidents. To address this issue, it is important to raise awareness about gender inequality and promote respect for women. This can be achieved through education and training on road safety and gender equality, as well as implementing stricter laws and regulations to protect women drivers.
” Oye bachi check kr” and “bachi bari hogai hai” these kind of comments make us feel unsafe
By creating a safe and inclusive environment for women on the roads, we can promote equality and ensure that women are protected from harassment and violence.

Sehar Asif, Lahore, Punjab University Dept of Journalism Studies.

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