She calls him a “Choosa hua aam, gobar ke moonh wala, saala b***n c**d!
” Watch it here: We don’t know if this conversation between KRK and Qandeel Baloch is true or not, but we do know that he often passes cheap and downright vulgar comments on Bollywood actresses like Alia Bhatt, Neha Sharma and many more, and has even said bad things about male actors in his tweets and movie reviews. Nobody has any right to get vulgar and abusive with anyone, whether online or in private conversation.
"The doctors have advised me to first get permission for the surgery from a court of law," she said.
The procedure is not available at Fatima Memorial Hospital and the petitioner has requested the court to allow her to undergo a sex-change surgery in the light of her ultrasound scan report.
But the family honor concept can become intertwined with religion, Stark said, recalling a Muslim woman who converted to Christianity.
“It has nothing to do with religion but is part of a social issue that is deeply rooted in the eastern societies,” Christian activist Shamoon Gill told AFP.Activists warned “the  law has no teeth—it will be ineffective,” the Aurat Foundation noted.Increasing numbers of honor crimes proved them right.(ALSO SEE: Qandeel Baloch sheds all clothes for Indian cricket team! He needs to know where to draw the line and keep his comments to himself. Two months after a documentary won an Oscar for spotlighting Pakistan’s problem with so-called “honor” killings, four new murders show the problem remains entrenched.