Ali Khan Tareen has presented a better solution to avoid and lessen harassment cases. He has said that we should give pepper spray to schoolgirls to avoid harassment rather than asking them to wear an Abaya.
The son of senior Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Khan Tareen took to twitter to give us an alternative for protection of school girls from sexual harassment.
What is pepper spray?
Pepper spray is a chemical mixture that causes severe pain and irritation when it comes in contact with the eyes
But the question is from where in the market we can get pepper spray? Don’t worry if you cannot find any in the market. You can even make a pepper spray at home as well. Read the instructions below to make it.
Gather your supplies
Pepper spray mixture can be made using
Red chilli powder. It is recommended for its spiciness and ability to irritate the eyes.
Vegetable oil and Rubbing alcohol or spirit. These will be used to mix with the powder to make it to a sprayable substance.
How to prepare?
Add two tablespoons of pepper powder.
Add spirit until the pepper has been completely submerged and then add one tablespoon of vegetable oil. You can also use baby oil.
Leave the mixture overnight.
Then filter your mixture with the help of the coffee filter.
Filtering the mixture will help prevent clogging the nozzle of the spray.
When you are done, pour the mixture in the spray bottle and you are good to go anywhere with your spray.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has banned the use of mobile phones in Peshawar’s Bacha Khan Airport’s restricted areas, the apron (where the planes are parked, unloaded or loaded, refuelled, or boarded) and lounges.
The new rule has been introduced after a video showing passengers climbing onto the luggage conveyor belt and crossing over into the baggage area went viral. The passengers, who had landed in Peshawar from Saudi Arabia, were impatient for their bottles of Ab-e-Zamzam and decided the airport staff was taking too long to give it to them. Hence, they decided to climb onto the conveyor belts.
According to the CAA notification, “not obeying this new rule will result in airport entry passes being confiscated. The matter will [also] be taken up with the higher authorities of the concerned department/functionary”