Jawad Ahmad’s Controversial Song Banned From Airing
After a hiatus of 12 long years, cultural Pakistani singer Jawad Ahmad has finally returned to the music industry of Pakistan with a new video song, Bhola Kya Karay.
Unfortunately for him, popular media channels of Pakistan are refusing to air his song at their channels, as per his recent tweet.
My new video ‘Bhola Kya Karay’. No TV channel was airing it as it talks about imposition of heavy sales tax on poor. http://t.co/YfGXjrP9DH
— Jawad Ahmad (@jawadahmadone) June 3, 2015
This time around, Jawad Ahmad has centered the substance of his new tune on the predicament of the lower working class of the nation. The tune’s verses delineate the condition of poor people, highlighting standard issues like the disparity in the dissemination of riches and unjustifiable measure of assessments that the poor need to pay. While the rich escape with assessment avoidance, the work class of the nation needs to pay a group of expenses including deals duty, toll expense and wage charge, as cited in the verses of the melody. The artist has concentrated all his consideration in the previous decade on helping the work segment of Pakistan to enhance their lives and battling work laws for their benefit. He has been effectively included with the Lahore-based International Youth and Workers Movement to change the present framework. His most recent feature melody is a piece of the same exercises and has been discharged with the backing of Oxfam and Indus Consortium. A late online networking post expressed that Hamid Mir of Capital Talk Geo did air his tune amid the show. Ideally, more media identities will go with the same pattern and give the melody the scope it merits. With the financial backing 2015 as of late declared, the melody couldn’t have discharged at a superior time. Watch Video: