Maria B, the most popular designer of the Pakistan fashion industry, is facing severe criticism on social media.
Maria’s husband was arrested for spreading the Corona virus after his video was viral on social media in which he was crying demanding the release of her husband.
Renowned designer Maria B’s husband Tahir Saeed had not admitted a domestic employee to the hospital despite the positive results of the Corona test, which police had arrested for allegedly violating Section 144 and hiding the epidemic.
Police later released Maria’s husband Tahir Saeed on bail, after which Maria and her husband explained the whole incident through a video message.
In her video message, Maria thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan while criticizing the Punjab police as well as her husband gave the public all the explanation for his arrest.
Later, the hashtag “Maria B” was trending on Twitter, and intense criticism from users for Maria B continued.
Maria B is the real dark face of Pakistani elites, she and her husband sent their Covid-19 positive cook to village without informing the police, when police raided their houses, she made a video shedding crocodile tears.#MariaB pic.twitter.com/jsHQKsJbeL
— Stharay Sthoman (@Itsme_Baseer) March 25, 2020
Another user posted a Video Criticizing Maria B and Elites in Pakistan.
— . (@khwamkhwah) March 25, 2020
The criticism continued even after a day #MariaB is still trending on Twitter. People are asking maria B to apologize publicly instead of thanking Prime Minister Imran khan.
Maria B should apologize to this nation rather than being grateful to PM Imran Khan alone. And she should fund for the tests and treatment of all the people who are going to be suspect carriers of Corona virus just coz of her family. #MariaB #COVIDIDIOTS
— Rafique Ahmed Khokhar (@rafikhokhar19) March 24, 2020
It may be recalled that the police have registered 513 cases and arrested 513 persons for violating Section 144 and hiding the disease.
It is thought that a total of 7 people have been killed so far from Corona virus in Pakistan while 1000+ cases have been reported across the country.