A case has been registered against those who harassed Tik Toker.
According to details, on Tuesday, Ayesha Akram, a resident of Shahdara Lahore, requested at Lari Ada police station that she, along with her colleague Amir Sohail, cameraman Saddam Hussain and four others, visit Minar in Greater Iqbal Park on August 14 at 6.30 pm. She was making a video for YouTube when she was suddenly attacked by three or four hundred people.
According to sources, he tried hard to get out of the crowd but failed, but after the guard opened the fence door, he went inside.
Later, a mob followed them, climbing over the fence.
Meanwhile, Rs 15,000 cash and mobile phone were snatched from Aamir Sohail along with him, and ring and gold tops were forcibly taken off.
However, at the request of Ms. Tik Toker, the police have registered a case against unknown persons.
Lahore police have registered a case against hundreds of unidentified persons for allegedly attacking and stealing a woman Tuck Tucker and her accomplices in Iqbal Park on the occasion of Independence Day.
According to an FIR lodged at the Lari Ada police station in Lahore, the capital of Punjab, the complainant stated that she was filming near Minar-e-Pakistan with six others on the occasion of Independence Day when 300 to 400 people attacked them. done.
He said that he and his comrades tried hard to avoid the crowd and considering the situation, the security guard had opened the door near Minar Pakistan.
The police were told that despite this the number of attackers was very high and people were coming towards us, people were pushing me and they tore my clothes in the process, many people tried to help me but The crowd was huge.
The complainant further said that his accomplices were also attacked, during which his ring and earrings were also forcibly taken away while his accomplice’s mobile phone, identity card and Rs 15,000 were also snatched.
“We were also tortured by unknown individuals,” he added.
FIR of the said incident is Penal Code of Pakistan Section 354A (assault on a woman or criminal use of force and tearing of clothes), 382 (theft with intent to murder, damage with intent to loot), 147 (riots) And 149.
Meanwhile, Lahore DIG Operations Sajid Kayani directed the Superintendent of Police to take immediate legal action against the accused involved in the incident.
The DIG said that the accused should be traced with the help of footage and those who tried to violate the dignity of the woman and harass her should be brought to book.
A video of the incident had been circulating on social media since this morning, with the public reacting angrily to the mob’s outrage.
The case comes at a time when the issue of violence against women has resurfaced in the country following the recent killings of Noor Muqaddam and Qarat al-Ain.
A video went viral on social media this month showing six people harassing a couple in Islamabad, forcing them to take off their clothes at gunpoint and committing indecent acts. The couple tried to ridicule him verbally and physically.