Ayesha Omar explains students how criticism doesn’t need to be disrespectful

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After the announcement of the cancellation of exams was made by Federal Minister Shafqat Mahmood, he received a mixed reaction from students who may have crossed the line. Initially celebrities united with students to demand the cancellation of exams and once they were postponed many celebrities took to twitter to thank him.
Ayesha Omar pointed out a very important point that concerned the way the students were speaking about the Federal Minister.
“It’s shameful. Is this the kind of nation we are raising? So much disrespect for others and elders. Criticism or differences should not lead to disrespect,” Ayesha wrote. She added  “Just because you don’t agree with something doesn’t mean you have to be derogatory and demeaning. We really need to rethink and reflect on a lot of things.” “Maybe parents need to monitor internet use. Without being overly strict of controlling. With love and openness. To set the right examples.”
She further took to Twitter to address students saying “Dear Students. Criticism and difference of opinion does NOT mean one needs to be disrespectful. We can get our point across with respect. Let’s try to regulate and stabilise our emotions in stressful situations. It’s better for us and others. Positive manifestations also help.”