This gem is from the Lahore city desk at Daily Times
Even his eyebrows were Shaved
LAHORE: To become a prominent among others remains a dilemma for both man and women and for this purpose they don't leave any stone unturned to maintain their personality.
Usually the female remains in inferiority complex that are gaining wait or don't have a matching shoes and jewelry according to their dressing and makeup but in this advance era the male are not legging behind with females in looking handsome and jolly.
It's a natural phenomena that female mind strictly if someone express astonish on her age which she disclosed under a malicious smile but in case of male every one laugh even on a thirty years old man if he has become bald. The charm in his life becomes an ends when he become hairless in early thirty and some time he remains in tension that may be he could get marry with a fairy with this bald.
But now, the development in science and technology make it very easy to become smart by exercising in gyms or using herbal medicine. The newly established hair transplant hospitals in Pakistan also resolve the problems of the blades to remain in tension.
Interesting thing is that after former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Punjab chief minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, a PPP legislator from Faisalabad Raja Riaz Ahmad has had a hair transplant and now a day he was trying for losing his weight at least up to fifteen pounds in an attempt to trim down.
Although Mr Riaz spend an amount of Rs 1,35000 for his hair transplant and are too much happy that after one and half month he would look like a fresh graduate and move in the society arrogantly.
May be after seeing the smartness and beauty of Mr Raja the other assembly members like law minister Muhammad Basharrat Raja, Minister for Information Technology Muhammad Aleem Khan, Rai Ejaz Ahmad, Hussnain Jehanian Gerdezi, Chaudhry Asghar Ali Gujar and Brig (R) Muhammad Hassan and other may be think for hair transplant but Raja Riaz should remain careful.
Nothing could be say about his matrimonial life as may be he on the request of his beloved wife has had a hair transplant but he should remember the case happened with deputy opposition leader in Punjab Assembly Rana Sanaullah Khan.
On March 08, 2003, Mr Khan suddenly disappeared from his house and when he was returned he was shaved. Even his eyebrows were also shaved. So Mr Raja should avoid giving any statement at the floor of the house, which hurt some one and in retaliation the affectee become him bald again.
The other thing, if the male can spend a huge amount of their beautification when how we can deprive the women for their right to look charming. No could understand it that why Sheikh Alauddin of PML during his budget speech floated the idea that the women should stop the use of gold ornament and prefer the austerity as the things used by the women are much costly and some time the man pay 1000 per cent profit to a shopkeeper on the article of women use.
Although his idea wass not bad but it would be injustice with the women that they would deprive from gold which wass their weakness. But Mr Din should remember that at any time of difficulty it were the women who donate their gold ornaments for the charity. Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan know it well that how much gold ornaments he collect from even college students and house hold wives in donation for the construction of Shaukat Khanum Hospital. Likewise whenever the calamity hit the country it were the women who first came into the field to donate her gold ornament because she know that she don't have any this despite a gold chain and a ring.
Likewise when ever a family becomes in crisis it were the women to give their gold ornaments to the male members for sale to meet the expenditure and run a new business.