Minar e Pakistan Incident Latest Updates – Female TikToker receiving ‘threats’, Police positioned outside her home

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21st Aug, 2021. 03:45 pm
Minar e Pakistan incident: 40 accused transferred to jail for identity parade
20:08 (PST)21 Aug

Minar e Pakistan incident: Female TikToker receiving ‘threats’, Police positioned outside her home

Eight cops have been positioned outside the home of a female TikToker who was attacked and harassed at Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day. Eight cops have been positioned at the home of the woman whose video of being pushed at the Greater Iqbal Park went viral, stated the police in charge of the investigation at Shahdara police station. “No one is allowed to meet the family of the woman without their consent,” said Police. The woman also remarked on the substance...

15:08 (PST)21 Aug

Minar e Pakistan incident: 40 accused transferred to jail for identity parade

Police produced 40 accused of Minar e Pakistan incident before Lahore court, from where they were sent to jail for an identity parade. Earlier, an accused had applied for interim bail to avoid arrest, on which the court restrained the police from arresting him. Accused Shehroz Saeed filed a bail application in the Sessions Court on Saturday through his lawyer Aamir Khan. The bail application was heard in the court of Sessions Judge Muhammad Saleem. The accused's lawyer Aamir Khan...

14:08 (PST)20 Aug

Minar e Pakistan incident: 24 suspects arrested through geo-fencing, NADRA match

police have arrested 24 suspects in connection with the Minar e Pakistan incident after being identified through geo-fencing. Federal Minister for Human Rights Shirin Mazari said in a tweet on Friday that the Ministry of Human Rights was in touch with the Punjab Police over the reprehensible incident at Minar Pakistan. So far, 24 men have been detained after being identified through geo-fencing and NADRA. The Minister further said, "More arrests are expected today. On the issue of police negligence/failure,...

00:08 (PST)19 Aug

Ayeza Khan expresses grief on Lahore Minar e Pakistan incident

The talented and beautiful actress of the Pakistan Showbiz Industry has expressed her thoughts over the horrific incident of assaulting a woman in Minar-e-Pakistan. Ayeza, expressing her grief and anger over the Minar-e-Pakistan incident on her Instagram story wrote, “stay safe, stay at home.” “Lives are in danger, we all saying this due to corona, now I feel ashamed and furious by saying that stay home to stay safe because outside your life is in danger.” “May Allah forgive us and...

01:08 (PST)19 Aug

Minar e Pakistan incident: victim narrates her suffering

The woman who was abused and tortured by a mob at Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14 has narrated her suffering in which, she exposed much to the tremor and fear of everyone who was a part of the incident. In an interview with Private news, the woman said that it all started with the mob began by wanting to take a selfie with her and her friends, who had gone to the Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore to make a TikTok...

23:08 (PST)18 Aug

Minar e Pakistan: Women’s Action Forum condemns the incident

The Women’s Action Forum (WAF) has strappingly condemned the attack on a woman at Minar-e-Pakistan, calling it "reprehensible". The attack on a woman with many other women at the Iqbal Park on Independence Day has traumatized them to the core, said WAF in a statement made on Wednesday. “WAF is appalled and deeply disturbed by the deplorable incident at Greater Iqbal Park, (Minar-e-Pakistan) on 14th August 2021 where a woman along with a group of females, was violently assaulted and...

15:08 (PST)18 Aug

"Country failed to protect woman from 400 Yazeeds": Minal Khan

Pakistan's emerging actress Minal Khan has reacted to the recent Minar-e-Pakistan incident and asked the government to take strict actions against those 400 miscreants involved. Minal Khan took to her Instagram story and said that "the country fails to protect their own citizens from men like Yazeeds". "The country mourns for the martyrs of Karbala today, however it failed to protect their own citizen from 400 yazeeds”, she wrote. The heinous and animalistic incident at Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore after a huge...

14:08 (PST)18 Aug

Minar-e-Pakistan Incident: Victim Ayesha appeals PM to severely punish the miscreants

The female TikToker Ayesha, who was subjected to molestation by 400 men at Minar-e-Pakistan, has demanded justice from Prime Minister Imran Khan and appealed to punish those miscreants. In an interview with local media, victim Ayesha opened up about the details and told that the huge crowd of men assaulted her for around three hours at Minar-e-Pakistan. "I did not wear any obscene or revealing dress, nor I tried to be vulgar there," she said. The victim also told that...

14:08 (PST)18 Aug

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

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...

14:08 (PST)18 Aug

Minar e Pakistan incident: PM takes notice, directs immediate arrest of culprits

Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the Minar Pakistan incident and ordered the immediate arrest of those who molested the woman. According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the Minar Pakistan incident and contacted IG Punjab. PTI leader Zulfi Bukhari wrote in a Tweet that Prime Minister Imran Khan personally spoke to IG Punjab, police is catching all culprits involved in manhandling of female TikToker in Lahore & those damaging statue of Ranjit Singh at Lahore...

11:08 (PST)18 Aug

Responsible must be brought to justice, Bilawal furious over Minar e Pakistan incident

Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the assault of young women by a mob at Minar e Pakistan 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." https://twitter.com/BBhuttoZardari/status/1427873943222898689?s=20 A case has been registered by the police against hundreds...

11:08 (PST)18 Aug

Minar-e-Pakistan: TikToker Umer Butt demands to hang the involved miscreants publicly

TikTok star Umer Butt has shared his two cents at the recent Minar-e-Pakistan incident and demanded the government to hang the miscreants involved in the heinous act. Taking to his Instagram, Umer Butt, in his video message, appealed to the masses to take a stand over this barbaric incident and urged the men to respect all the women around them.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Umer Fayyaz Butt (@umebutt) The first information report (FIR)...

10:08 (PST)18 Aug

Minar-e-Pakistan: Heinous incident sparks outrage among celebrities, netizens

Several Pakistani showbiz celebrities called out the heinous and animalistic incident at Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore after a huge crowd of around 300 to 400 men assaulted a female TikToker on Independence Day. 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...

23:08 (PST)17 Aug

Female TikToker Groped and Stripped in Greater Iqbal Park – Minar e Pakistan

A case has been registered by the police against hundreds of unknown persons for attacking a female TikToker and her friends at the Greater Iqbal Park – Minar e Pakistan on Independence Day. The FIR has been registered at the Lorry Adda police station against anonymous accused on the grievance of the victim under sections 354 A (assault or use of criminal force against woman and stripping her of her clothes), 382 (theft after preparation made for causing death, hurt...

03:45 (PST)21 Aug

A case has been registered by the police against hundreds of unknown persons for attacking a female TikToker and her friends at the Greater Iqbal Park – Minar e Pakistan on Independence Day.

The FIR has been registered at the Lorry Adda police station against anonymous accused on the grievance of the victim under sections 354 A (assault or use of criminal force against woman and stripping her of her clothes), 382 (theft after preparation made for causing death, hurt or restraint in order to commit the theft), 147 (rioting) and 149 (unlawful assembly) of the Pakistan Penal Code, local media reported.

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