Hundreds Fling Pakistani Woman TikToker In Air On Independence Day And Tear Clothes: Report

Hundreds Fling Pakistani Woman TikToker In Air On Independence Day And Tear Clothes: Report

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Hundreds threw Pakistani woman in the air on Independence Day, tore clothes: Report

Pakistani woman Tiktoker was thrown into the air by the mob, behaved indecently


On the one hand, after the arrival of Taliban in Afghanistan, the whole world is expressing concern about women, on the other hand a heart-wrenching incident has also come to the fore from Pakistan. In fact, a Pakistani woman who made a video on Tiktok has alleged that her clothes were torn on the occasion of Independence Day here and she was tossed in the air by hundreds of people. Along with this, people also beat him up. This has been said in the media reports on Tuesday.
According to the news of Dawn newspaper- The complainant has said in the FIR lodged at Laurie Adda police station that she along with six of her accomplices was making a video near Minar-e Pakistan on Independence Day on Saturday, when about 300 to 400 People attacked him.

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He said in the complaint that the crowd was huge and people were moving towards us. People were pushing and pulling me so much that they tore my clothes. Many people tried to help me but the crowd was huge and they kept tossing me in the air. The Lahore Police on Tuesday registered a case against hundreds of people in connection with the incident at Greater Iqbal Park in the city.

The woman’s ring and earrings, mobile phone of one of her associates, identity card and Rs 15,000 cash were snatched, the news said. The complainant said that unknown people attacked us. Lahore Inspector General of Police (Operations) Sajid Kiyani has ordered the Superintendent of Police to take immediate legal action against the suspects in the incident.

Of course, if the situation in Afghanistan adjoining Pakistan is bad, then this news from Pakistan is also going to shock. At the same time, the Taliban said on Tuesday that it will not be necessary for women to wear a burqa, but they will have to wear a hijab. Let us tell you that during the 1996-2001 regime of the Taliban, the education of girls was stopped. Women were also barred from working outside or traveling alone. He had to go out in open places wearing a burqa from head to toe. She could not go out alone without a man with her.

(This news has not been edited by NayaTez team. It has been published directly from Syndicate feed.)


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