Musician and education activist Shehzad Roy has raised an interesting question about people denying coronavirus but believes in ‘nazar’.
The singer took to Twitter and wrote, “I have heard people saying that there is no such thing as corona, bakwaas hai, corona is a myth” but they genuinely believe in “nazar, saya and bhoot” any comments?”
Interestingly, people had different answers to his simple question. Some people found it funny how the singer has compared completely two different things. Let’s have a look at what netizens have a solution to his question:
Cause nazar and saya are in islam bro, islam is the only true reality more so than science.
— Rabia (@rawrabia) April 26, 2021
This stems from a place of ignorance. People often have an easier time believing something that has religious groundings, i.e., nazar saya and bhoot and are quick to dismiss something entirely scientific, i.e., corona, as a “yahudi sazish.” lack of awareness and education imo
— ghina (@unghinatspam) April 26, 2021
Yeah! They think, it’s a policy of Government… To Go down there policy you know! But illiteracy kee haad hoti hai! Tomorrow I just heard I men look like 50 to 60 years old he said “agr jis bandaye ko Covid hai Mje uss ky pass chor doo kuch b nae ho gaà Mje A.V.E Mazakh banyahai
— Abid.Abbasi (@AbidAbb90099181) April 27, 2021
Sir mujhe aise lagta hai ek din hum sb apse bare ho jayen ge, aur ap still aise hi hassen o jameel rahain ge😭😭
— Minahil Jabbar (@Minahil_jabbar) April 26, 2021
I think we have a natural tendency to ignore what is visible with your senses. The virus is not a myth, sadly the hype around the world is.
— Shaun (@Shaun50631715) April 27, 2021