Qandeel Baloch Death Raises Many Questions, A Report From London

It would not be wrong to say that the killing of Qandeel Baloch by her brother, Waseem, has raised many questions in the mind of people of Toronto, Istanbul, New York, Paris, London, Dubai, and Pakistan.




Original name of Qandeel is Fouzia Azeem. Her own family members murdered her.

The family of Baloch was angry at her social media and TV controversies.

Qandeel Baloch

This female fashion model, occasional actress, and Facebook celebrity used to talk much about.

The reason behind it is that she used to upload controversial videos, and shared somewhat odd images of her with her fans through her social media profiles.

Not only this but also Qandeel had been very open minded. She never felt shy whenever she talked with journalists about her personal life.

Baloch first received fame in 2013 when she appeared in the auditions of TV show, Pakistan Idol.

Qandeel Baloch

It is very unfortunate that she was not selected to be a participant of the show but her audition clips went viral and she took very little time to become an Internet celeb.

Late night of July 15, 2016, Qandeel was asphyxiated by her own family members in Multan.

Her brother has accepted that he is the murderer of Baloch, and he committed this crime because she was the reason why their family had faced disrepute in the society.




In her siblings, she had six brothers and six sisters. Firstly, Baloch did minor types of jobs and then decided to take some bold step so that she could earn sufficient to support her family financially.


Amazingly, the brother who has killed Baloch himself accepted her money to make his own shop.

We feel that no human of Paris, Dubai, New York, London, Istanbul, and Toronto, has the right to take the lives of others, no matter how badly they are being portrayed in the societies.

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