Ticktoker Ayesha’s statement over Lahore incident
A terrifying incident 14 August on Tuesday, Ayesha Akram, a resident of Shahdara Lahore, petitioned “Lari Ada police station” that she, along with her colleague Amir Sohail, cameraman Saddam Hussain and four other colleagues, visited the Minaret in Iqbal Park around 6.30 pm. In the meanwhile, we were filming some shots when suddenly three or four hundred people began to maddening us. Henceforth, some of the miscreants bent on mischievousness and began to annoy us. In fact, this led to the embroiling situation. All though, we exhausted all possibilities of escaping from the animals but could not hook ourselves off from 400 animals. For a moment “I thought we were seized by a pack of wild hounds”. As a young Deer becomes prey to 400 lions and to do nothing except waiting for absolution and waiting ahead from the wrath of ALLAH.
According to the FIR, “Ayesha Akram said that she tried hard to get out of the crowd but failed, but after the guard opened the door of the fence, she went inside. The FIR also states that “even after this, the mob came after her climbing the fence, the people involved insulted her, tore hers clothes and continued to treat her immorally.”
Following the video of the incident went viral on social media, after which people while expressing their grief and anger.
Twitter user Iram Zaeem says, “I doubt that 400 people would do the same in their homes. They are beasts without respect for women. They are animals. Women are not safe in this forest.”
He added “We are just waiting for a prey to be seen and eaten,”
Pakistan people party chairman
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), said in a statement issued after the incident that “the assault and beating of a young girl by a mob at Minar Pakistan is a source of shame for every Pakistani and a degradation of our society.”
“Justice must be done to the victim. Pakistani women feel insecure. We have a responsibility to ensure their protection and equal rights.”
The expression of opposition leader of PMLN
Opposition leader in the National Assembly and PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif said in a statement on Twitter on Wednesday that the harassment of a girl and her companions in Lahore’s Greater Iqbal Park by a mob of hundreds was “extremely disturbing”. Who is
More troubling is the direction our society is heading.
He further added “Recent anti-women incidents tell us that unrest is spreading in our society,”
The famous anchorperson Aqrarul Hassan
On Tuesday, The famous TV anchorperson Aqrarul Hassan reached her house to meet Ayesha Akram and shared a photo with Ayesha from his Twitter account.
“I came to Ayesha, the wolf hunter at Minar Pakistan, at this time of night just to make her feel that she is saluted for the bravery she has shown by filing an FIR against sex animals.”
He added “I’m sorry, but lucky are those who haven’t had a daughter in this country,”
A Twitter user Maryam said, “The victims should be caught and asked to sit in front of the camera and ask questions and stop the photoshoot.”
Addressing the confession, Samira Jaja said, “Confession, have a little mercy on them. Of course, they allowed you to take a picture of yourself, but you could have done this tweet without a picture.”
What’s wrong with having a daughter? You condemn men in it. Sorry about that.
Punjab Chief Minister orders immediate arrest of accused
Punjab Chief Minister’s Spokesperson for Digital Media Azhar Mashwani said that despite the Ashura duty, the police were trying to identify the culprits and arrest them with the help of video analysis of the incident and CCTV videos.
The punishment to set about history
Ghulam Rabbani said that now with the help of all the footage or clips that have gone viral, the faces involved in this case will be identified. He added that we will set an exemplary punishment for them. henceforth, It will make a firm history for the next generation.