Ushna Shah demands economic, physical and religious securities for minorities on Independence Day

Ushna Shah demands economic, physical and religious securities for minorities on Independence Day

Pakistani showbiz star Ushna Shah has demanded economic, physical and religious securities for the minorities in the country on the 75th Independence Day.

The Dikhawa actor turned to Instagram and said in her Story “I’ll celebrate Independence Day when the minorities in Pakistan are given the economic, physical and religious securities as well as the civic liberties promised to them. The very promise which laid the foundation of this country.”

Ushna Shah demands economic, physical and religious securities for minorities on Independence Day

Ushna further said “WE means all of us and ‘we’ aren’t free.”

‘Let’s not kid ourselves,” she continued.

The actress also shared a lengthy post on the Facebook-owned app and wrote “Get rid of draconian man-made laws that target minorities. Reprimand people who harass/hurt minorities and their businesses.”

Fans and fellow showbiz stars also dropped comments in support of Ushna Shah’s remarks.

Recently, Ushna Shah, who was tested positive for coronavirus, recovered from it earlier this week.

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