Chief Justice Saqib Nisar seeks apology over his remark on “Woman’s Skirt” analogy

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar has sought apology to anyone who had been offended by his “Woman’s skirt” analogy which he gave as an example to describe a trait of qualitative speech, which should be precise.

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In his address in Karachi, the Chief Justice of apex court quoted former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s that a  “good speech is like woman’s skirt” after which a havoc was created on social media demanding apology by the Chief Justice over his remark, to whom many considered “Deep rooted sexism”.

Chief Justice Saqib Nisar sought apology today, saying he had no ‘ill intention’; also adding that he respects the women as Pakistan’s population compromises of more than 50 percent of Women.

He lamented that few people in social media tried to make an issue out of it.

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