Pakistan policeman uses paintbrush to fight crimes against women
As a police officer in Islamabad, Mehmood Ahmed has witnessed how women in Pakistan are often the victims of grave social injustices from forced marriages to acid-throwings and so-called honour killings.
Frustrated at his inability to always deliver justice to the victims of such crimes - and with no official stress management programme available to him through the police force - Mehmood has turned to painting scenes of such cruelty against women as a form of therapy which will also draw the public's attention to the plight of female victims in Pakistan.
Sabin Agha reports.
- 11 September 2012
- BBC News