A female TikToker was allegedly harassed and assaulted by a 400 people mob alongside her companions in Lahore’s Greater Iqbal Park on Independence Day.
The victim made a complaint with the Lari Adda police station in which she stated that she was filming a video near Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14 along with her friends when the attack occurred.
A mob of around 400 people are alleged to have picked her up and started tossing her into the air as well as stripping her of her clothes.
She went on: “I was stripped and my clothes were torn apart.”
While describing the horrific ordeals the victim described how she cried out for help several times but that no one came to her aid.
She also added that she was robbed, with the mob stealing her gold ornaments, cash and mobile phone from her.
Police have launched a search for the accused after registering a first information report (FIR).
This is not the first attack of its kind to have occurred.
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In a similar incident in June, a 50-year-old woman was subjected to torture and sexual assault but influential people in Punjab’s Mazaffargarh as revenge for her son’s love marriage to their daughter.
According to police, the incident took place within the limits of Alipur Police Station in Fatehpur.
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The suspects took the parents to an unknown location, where they tortured and sexually assaulted the mother.
The accused not only tortured the woman but also tore down her clothes, dragged her and burned her half-naked body with cigarette butts.
Police successfully rescued the victim, her husband Allah Bakhsh and arrested three accused while the victim was taken to Tehsil Headquarters Hospital in Muzaffargarh.
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