Hazim Bangwar claps back at Fawad Chaudhry’s criticism over his unique attire at Hum Style Awards

Former Assistant Commissioner Karachi Hazim Bangwar clapped back at Fawad Chaudhry’s criticism over his unique attire at Hum Style Awards 2024.

Bangwar took to his Instagram story, on Tuesday, to state that “most people have forgotten that I am a human, and I should be allowed to live my private life in peace”.

“I’ve left a life of luxury behind to serve my public. The price for which I pay everyday by being criticized, trolled, bullied and threatened for simply dressing well”, he added.

He went on to add that “I have carried my office with respect and dignity and was always dressed appropriately”.

He further lamented that “No doctor or officer wear their gowns or uniforms outside their office but I guess, I am expected to”.

It is pertinent to note that the former Karachi Assistant Commissioner recently attended the Hum Style Awards where his fashion sense was criticized.

Hazim shared the pictures on Instagram in which he wrote the caption, ‘Pakistan might not have Met Gala, but it has a lot of style and talent’.

The former federal minister Fawad Chaudhry expressed his displeasure with Hazim’s attire in terms of his position.

Fawad Chaudhry did not particularly like this, on which he asked Hazim Bangwar on X (formerly Twitter) to respect his position and government office.

Fawad Chaudhry wrote: “Indian civil service was first merit-based Bureaucracy of modern world, the authors of Travelyn report could have never imagined in their wild dreams the decline we are witnessing in Pakistan Civil Service. Show some respect for the office you are occupying.

Apart from this, not only the former federal minister, but many social media users also criticized Bangwar’s attire.

However, some users supported Hazim Bangwar and said that he can fashion as he likes.

It is worth mentioning that Bangwar holds an LLB degree from the UK after obtaining a degree in Fashion Design and Marketing from American Intercontinental University (AIU) London.

He is also a singer and released his first single album in 2019 which became a hit in South Korea, Hungary, Egypt and India, followed by his second song Hell Ya and his Urdu song debut in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

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