Pakistanis Love This TV Anchor Bringing Her Daughter To Show How We Need To Talk To Children After Zainab's Tragedy

By Ather Ahmed | 11 Jan, 2018

The entire nation has been mourning the loss of 7-year-old Zainab – a tragedy we’re all too aware of now.


CCTV footage of Zainab with her alleged kidnapper also surfaced, further instilling fear and anger in the hearts of people.

Naturally, people were outraged over the incident and soon after protests across the country broke out.

It is in this environment that Samaa TV’s anchor, Kiran Naz, made a bold choice. She brought her daughter in for a news segment regarding Zainab. She described what it feels to be a mother. Singlehandedly, she conveyed the emotions that many mothers are experiencing. Moreover, she also had some powerful statements to make.

Here’s the complete video:

The audience appreciated the way Kiran Naz conveyed this powerful message. They were proud of her for her immense courage.

They respected the fact that she was honest about how she felt.

People even thanked her for her powerful words.

However, some saw it as the anchor capitalizing on a tragedy.

Some even questioned the standard of reporting.

Unfortunately, they could not feel the emotion that the anchor felt.

Undoubtedly, it’s a horrific tragedy that has left many people shaken. However, Kiran’s powerful words ring true, regardless of what naysayers may assume. It is hard to imagine just how fearful each mother is about her child after this news has been shared everywhere. The anger and sorrow have been summarized by Kiran Naz in a short, but impactful video.

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