Minar-e-Pakistan Incident: Waqar Zaka lashes out at ‘400 men’ for assaulting the woman

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

18th Aug, 2021. 02:26 pm
Minar-e-Pakistan Waqar Zaka

Famed social media sensation Waqar Zaka got fumed after the news of female TikToker broke out which reported a huge crowd of around 300 to 400 men assaulted the girl at Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day.

The heinous Minar-e-Pakistan incident has sparked outrage among all the political leaders, celebrities and netizens. Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar have also taken notice of the incident.

Whereas, Wazar Zaka took to his Twitter and said that “what religion do these kinds of men follow who simply appear to forget the values when it comes to respecting a woman”.

The tweet read, “Chalo maan lo larki ki galti hai , chalo maan lo Aurat March type Ngos ki preplanned game thi larki ko #minarepakistan send karna, Sawal yeh hai #400men konsa Wala Islam follow kartey hain jo larki bus stop Sey le kar kisi jaga dekhtay hi Allah ko bhool jatey hai?”

The first information report (FIR) was registered at the Lorry Adda police station on the TikTok star’s complaint after hundreds of unidentified persons assaulted her at Minar-e-Pakistan.

In her complaint, the Tiktoker stated that she was filming a video on 14th August along with her friends when 300 to 400 people attacked them. She said the crowd surrounded them, pushing and shoving. They also tried to tear her clothes, she added.

Moreover, the TikToker said, during the incident at Minar-e-Pakistan, her ring and earrings were also snatched, adding that a mobile phone of her friend, and some cash were also stolen.

On the other hand, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the assault of young women by a mob should shame every Pakistani.In a Tweet, he went on saying, “It speaks to rot in our society. Those responsible must be brought to justice.”

He added, “The women of Pakistan feel insecure and it is all our responsibility to ensure safety and equal rights to all.”

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