LAHORE: A lady TikToker in Pakistan has alleged that her garments have been torn and he or she was thrown into the air by a whole lot of people that additionally assaulted her on the event of Independence Day right here, media experiences mentioned on Tuesday.
The complainant, within the First Data Report (FIR) lodged on the Lorry Adda police station, mentioned that she alongside along with her six companions have been filming a video close to Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day on Saturday when round 300 to 400 folks “attacked” them, Daybreak newspaper reported.
She and her companions made numerous effort to flee from the mob however to no avail.
“The group was enormous and other people have been scaling the enclosure and coming in direction of us. Individuals have been pushing and pulling me to the extent that they tore my garments. A number of folks tried to assist me however the crowd was too enormous and so they stored throwing me within the air,” she mentioned, including that her companions have been additionally assaulted.
The Lahore police on Tuesday registered a case towards a whole lot of unidentified individuals for assaulting and stealing from the girl TikToker and her companions on the metropolis’s Better Iqbal Park on Independence Day.
Her ring and earrings have been “forcibly taken”, cell phone of one in all her companions, his identification card and Rs 15,000 have been snatched, the report mentioned.
“The unidentified individuals assaulted us violently,” the complainant added.
Lahore DIG Operations Sajid Kiyani ordered the superintendent of police (SP) to take “speedy authorized motion” towards the suspects concerned within the incident.
Those that “violated girls’s honour and harassed them shall be introduced throughout the ambit of the legislation”, he mentioned.
A video of the incident has gone viral on social media with residents expressing anger over the actions of the boys within the video.
The favored Chinese language quick video app has been banned a number of occasions in Pakistan for allegedly permitting “inappropriate content material” on its platform