Save the Pathan kid's future! It's time to act.

Save the Pathan kid's future! It's time to act.

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Maryam Tahir started this petition to Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory authority and

"Pathan kid Ahmad Shah" is the latest media sensation in Pakistan. His videos went viral on YouTube and you must've seen him appearing in morning shows and Ramadan transmissions on Pakistani TV channels.

This kid is around 4-5 years of age, and has been exposed to the entertainment industry of Pakistan and is being used to gain views and ratings on TV shows.

It all started with a video made by his teacher where she snatched his bag and he showed aggression which the Pakistani public found "cute". The teacher reportedly made this video without the consent of his parents and it spread like wildfire.

After this, he was invited in morning shows where the host would snatch objects from his hands to get a similar aggressive reaction out of him so that their shows would go viral as well. He is currently appearing in Ramadan transmission and Jeeto Pakistan on the channel ARY Digital.

It has come to our attention that he has been spending most of his time on the sets of Ramadan transmission and is continously being exposed to the fake world of entertainment at the age of FOUR years, while he should be spending his time with other kids of his age. 

Exposure to glamour and media at such a young age can leave a permanent mark on Ahmad's psyche. Later in his life when he's not the "cute little angry kid" anymore people may still bully him just to get a reaction out of him. He's being hyped for his aggressiveness which can lead him to develop psychological issues in the future and it may ruin his life. 

The Pakistani media needs to stop inviting him to shows just to provoke him to get a reaction out of him. We request you all to sign petition so that the concerned authorities take action and save this kid's future. Thank you all! 

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