Pak model Zara Abid, who was reportedly killed in a Karachi plane crash was misused online for wearing ‘open clothes’| Instant News


The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane with 107 people on board crashed into a densely populated area near Jinnah International Airport on Friday. Pakistani model Zara Abid was reportedly one of 97 passengers killed in the accident. Zara is a pioneer in the modeling industry, who challenges conventional beauty standards by embracing her tanned skin. The 28-year-old recently won the Best Female Model award at the Hum Style Awards. After the news of his death made headlines, the grief-stricken friends of the industry lamented the loss. However, part of Twitterati took to the micro-blogging site to criticize the late model for wearing open clothing and claimed that she would be “punished in the afterlife.”

Sharing a photo of Zara Abid, a user wrote, “People who say that she will be in heaven after the #planecrash accident and become Muslim, I will tell them ALLAH Sir don’t like women who show their body parts to everyone and jannat only for pure men and women. “

When painful tweets continued to flood social media, Abid’s family reportedly deactivated all of his social media accounts. Meanwhile, some users condemn moral policy.

A user tweeted, “A young woman died in a horrible death … and our nation is busy debating whether she is jannati or evil … Who should you decide … don’t talk ill if you can’t empathize …”

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