- Referring to nearby media reports, the PTI news organization revealed that the Pakistani TikToker held up an FIR in such a manner.
- The TikToker and six of her sidekicks were shooting a video close to Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14.
A Pakistani lady, who routinely shares and makes recordings on the TikTok application, has now affirmed that she was “assaulted” by many individuals in Lahore while shooting a video on Pakistan’s Independence Day last Saturday.
Referring to nearby media reports, the PTI news organization revealed that the Pakistani TikToker held up an FIR in such a manner, where she whined that individuals tore her garments during the confusion and continued tossing her into the air.
At the same time, she and her mates endeavoured to get away from the crowd. She likewise affirmed that her ring and hoops were “coercively taken” by unidentified individuals in the group, while the cell phone and character card of one of her buddies, alongside an amount of around 15,000 PKR, were moreover “grabbed”.
A video of the episode has turned into a web sensation via web-based media, with netizens trying to distinguish the men seen in the video and calling for the legitimate activity to be started against them.
On its part, however, the Lahore police have enlisted an argument against many unidentified people for attacking and taking from the TikToker lady.
The episode occurred at the Greater Iqbal Park region in Lahore on Independence Day, as per the First Information Report (FIR) enrolled at the Lorry Adda police headquarters in the city.
According to the objection, the TikToker and six of her sidekicks were shooting a video close to Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14, set apart as Independence Day in the nation, when around 300 to 400 individuals “assaulted” them.
“The group was immense, and individuals were scaling the fenced-in area and coming towards us,” the lady wrote in her objection at the police headquarters. “Individuals were pushing and pulling me to the degree that they tore my garments.”
She added that albeit a few groups were attempting to help her break the horde, the group was “excessively enormous”, and they continued tossing her into the air.
“The unidentified people attacked us viciously,” the complainant included her objection.
In the interim, Lahore DIG (Operations) Sajid Kiywani has requested the administrator of police (SP) to take “prompt legitimate activity” against the suspects engaged with the episode, as indicated by a report by the Dawn paper.
The TikTok application, which is well known in Pakistan with more than 39 million downloads, has been prohibited and reestablished on various occasions in the country over allegations that the stage spreads ‘unethical behaviour’ and ‘profanity’.