Sharmila Faruqi lauds security guard for helping implement Covid-19 SOPs

The politician took to her Instagram stories to call the guard a ‘hero’

Entertainment Desk September 09, 2021

Former advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh Sharmila Faruqi recently took to her Instagram stories to laud a security guard for his efforts in maintaining Covid-19 SOPs.

With the country in the grips of yet another wave of infections, due mainly to the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant, several restaurant employees are hard at work to ensure that Covid-19 SOPs are being followed to allow for a safe dining experience for everyone.

Posting a picture with a security guard employed outside a McDonald’s at an unidentified location, Faruqi lauded him for making sure proof of vaccination is presented before entering the restaurant. She wrote, “Salute to the guard outside McDonald’s who refused to let us in without our vaccination card. Heroes like this help us implement the rules.”

Faruqi recently made headlines for her comments calling out Iqra Aziz for glorifying men for doing the bare minimum. Aziz shared a picture of her husband Yasir Hussain changing their son Kabir Hussain’s clothes. She captioned the post, “Pamper and clothes change session before leaving for work.” The Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3 actor went on, “P.S. he changed Kabir’s clothes for the first time.”

Aziz then thanked Hussain for helping her “so much” during “this new phase of motherhood.” She added, “I am so proud of you. Yasir Hussain. You’ve helped me so much, from pamper changes to holding him while I rest for a bit and making me breakfasts.”

Under this post, Faruqi commented, “I’m so glad your husband is hands-on but it’s nothing to be proud of or anything special.”

She then took the responsibility of explaining to the starlet that “all good, involved fathers do this for their kids. My husband bathes, changes diapers, feeds and takes our son for his pre-school if I’m at work or unwell. And he loves it.”


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