14 August brings up a tear-jerking incident
Since the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, the Taliban’s attitude towards women in Pakistan and concerns about women’s rights in Afghanistan during their tenure have continued to be voiced. However, a sudden emergence of fatal news about a girl’s molestation by hundreds of men in Lahore on Tuesday. Once released on social media in Pakistan opens a new chapter of women’s protection. However once again it has stunned people around the world. Following the release of a video of a girl being publicly harassed. This is how rises debate over whether Pakistan is a safe country for women has resumed.
A release of viral video
The viral video of the incident, which took place in Lahore on August 14, Pakistan’s Independence Day, clearly shows how the mob, consisting of three to four hundred people, attacked the girl, harassed her, and Stretches with them. The victim while screaming for help in various videos circulating on social media about the incident. After these videos came to light, Lahore police registered a case against unknown persons at the request of the victim girl and started their investigation.
FIR of the incident
On Tuesday, the victim requested at Lahore’s “Lari Ada” police station that she, along with her colleague Amir Sohail, cameraman Saddam Hussein and four others, was making a video for YouTube in Greater Iqbal Park on August 14 at 6.30 pm. Suddenly, a mob of more than three or four hundred people attacked him. According to the request, the girl and her companions tried hard to get out of the crowd but failed and at the same time, they went inside after the guard opened the door of the fence but the crowd was so large that people jumped on the fence and Came to the side and pulled.
The girl also said in the petition that the people in the crowd picked her up and kept throwing her in the air and also tore her clothes. The victim claimed in the petition that she was tortured and her mobile phone, cash, and gold tops were also taken away.
Strong reaction on social media
Currently, on Pakistan’s Twitter, 400 MEN is trending and a large number of users, especially women, are expressing their grief and anger over the incident. Nada Fatima Zaidi wrote: ‘What is the reason for me to feel safe in this country as a woman after seeing what happened in Minar Pakistan? Why should I believe that any woman I know will be safe in this country?
Talha Ijaz Tweeted, 400 men, eight hundred eyes. No eye felt ashamed. None of the 800 hands came forward to save. No one’s soul trembled, no language said anything to his partner. Everyone got a chance and everyone took advantage of it.
It is the question of honor
Shehzad tweeted, for all those people who are still saying that not all men are the same, then almost all men and for us (women) all men because women protect themselves from all men. Have to keep They have to beware of all men, women are not safe in public places, not even in homes. He added: “I don’t know where 0.1% of good men are, I can’t breathe.”
User Tobi Khan wrote: ‘400 men did it in broad daylight, in a crowd and none of them stepped forward to stop. How much more proof do you need to believe that yes all men. Anusha Ashraf wrote: ‘There was a time when I felt that if one man in my country would harass me in a public place, ten men would come forward to save me but in Minar Pakistan, a woman was beaten by 400 men. I am feeling very bad seeing harassment at the hands of.
400 MEN is trending and a large number of users, especially women, are expressing their grief and anger over the incident.
Remember such obnoxious deeds occur around the world. However, The government should take stern action against the miscreants so as to discourage such fatal trends.