In an incident that has frightened people and frightened women for safety, about 400 men in Pakistan looted and plundered a tucker on the day the country was celebrating its 74th anniversary of independence from British rule. ۔
Lahore police have registered an FIR against hundreds of unidentified persons for sexually assaulting a woman who made a tick talk video on Minar Pakistan on August 14 on the country’s Independence Day. In a conversation with Daily Pakistan. A few days after the horrific incident, the victim said in tears, “Is this a punishment for being one of the daughters of Pakistan? A proper dress.”
In Pakistan, India and some other nations, women’s traditional and ordinary clothes, salwar kameez and dupatta, were torn by men while throwing them away. The ordeal lasted more than two hours until some people finally saved it.
He revealed that the whole thing started when some men came to take some selfies from him and his group of friends, but the crowd grew. According to the FIR lodged with the police, a security guard in Greater Iqbal Park tried to help him by allowing him to enter the premises of Minar Pakistan, but the mob overcame the entrances and Began to attack. The woman was robbed of her gold jewelery and a large amount of cash.
The perpetrators also filmed their activities on their mobile phones which soon went viral. Social media users, mainly from Pakistan, and many from India, are expressing shock and anger over the incident.
Meanwhile, Lahore Police is trying to track down the photos and videos used by the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) along with several suspects who attacked the woman and her partner with the help of videos available on social media. Were sent to ). “Those who insulted the girl will be dealt with severely,” Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Ghulam Mahmood Dogar was quoted as saying.
A police official said on condition of anonymity. Dawn.com That at least 10 suspects have been identified and will be arrested soon, more suspects will be identified soon. Police have also appealed to the public to help identify and arrest the culprits involved in the incident.