‘Is this the best way to speak?’: Sialkot AC Sonia Sadaf to Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan


Assistant Commissioner Sialkot Sonia Sadaf has responded to Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, after the latter overtly berated the previous throughout a go to to a Ramadan bazaar within the metropolis on Sunday. 

The incident happened when the particular assistant to the Punjab chief minister was visiting a Ramadan bazaar within the metropolis. Awan was vexed on the assistant commissioner after just a few consumers complained of the substandard high quality of meals being bought on the stalls and the administration’s lack of motion over the matter.

After the incident happened, Sadaf’s response to Awan was additionally shared on social media wherein the assistant commissioner could be seen expressing disappointment over the best way she was chided by Awan.

“Is this any way [to talk to people]? We have been here throughout the day,” she could be heard saying within the video. “This is not the proper way to talk, we can also converse in a civilised manner,” she provides.

Sadaf then says the warmth lately is sort of insufferable and if a fruit rots because of the climate, then “human error” must also be taken into consideration.

“Let it be. Madam [Dr Firdous Awan] can complete her visit and then we will leave from here,” she concludes.

Awan’s outburst triggers anger on social media

Awan’s outburst in opposition to Sadaf has triggered an indignant response on social media, with many calling for the Punjab chief minister’s particular assistant to apologise to the civil servant.

Senior authorities functionaries and politicians criticised Awan for the best way she shouted at Sadaf.

The video of the tough trade went viral on social media in just a few hours after which statements have been issued in help of the feminine officer by the prime minister’s aide Usman Dar, PML-N vice chairman Maryam Nawaz and graduates of the Civil Services Academy (CSA).

The CSA graduates didn’t mince their phrases and mentioned they stood with Sadaf, asking Awan to apologise for her behaviour.

“A PAS officer was publicly humiliated. This is a criminal act.”

Separately, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar expressed his issues over the Sialkot incident.

He mentioned he knew the assistant commissioner, including that she is an environment friendly and competent officer.

Dar added that the function of feminine officers in governance is vital and have to be appreciated.