Tariq Jamil’s MTJ Trolled For Selling Abayas For Over Rs20K

Earlier, the brand faced much backlash over rumors of selling overpriced naras/drawstrings which it later denied.

Commentary surrounding Maulana Tariq Jamil’s fashion brand is not coming slow. Now MTJ is being criticized for selling overpriced Abayas.

Previously the brand faced much backlash over rumors of selling overpriced naras/drawstrings. MTJ lists over Rs. 20,000 for a plain black Abaya.

Is MTJ selling 20K Abayas?


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No matter what the fabric of the garment is, could it really cost that much?

The last time the public expressed outrage over overpriced items at MTJ, the brand clarified that was not the case. It was rumored that the Islamic brand was selling naras/drawstring for Rs 550.

The brand specifically addressed the rumors and revealed that it doesn’t even sell the article. Is the situation with the Abaya another misunderstanding?

Turns out no. Some people specifically visited the MTJ Flagship store on Tariq Road, Karachi to confirm. They are indeed selling Abayas priced at over Rs. 20K.

MTJ trolled for selling an Abaya well over Rs. 20K


Of course, the brand was heavily trolled for the unjustifiable price tag.



Aside from the memes and trolling people made some sensible points.


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This wouldn’t be the first time a Pakistani brand has been called out for unjustifiably high prices. Quality can only be improved to a certain point. If the price tag falls high above a fair price based on the markup, people will call it out.

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.


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  1. People who are not buying goods from MTJ should also shut there useless mouths… All big brands are selling Eid cloths in this range and people are buying with any complaints… People can only criticize!!

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