Pakistan: On Independence Day, a crowd of hundreds of people tore women’s Tiktoker clothes, also tossed them in the air

An embarrassing case has come to light from Pakistan. On the occasion of Independence Day in Pakistan on August 14, a woman TikToker was surrounded by a crowd of hundreds and her clothes were torn. Not only this, according to reports, the mob threw the woman in the air. In this case, the police have registered a case against unknown people. A video of this incident is going viral on social media.

In an FIR lodged at Lahore’s Laurie Adda police station, the woman has alleged that she was making a video with six of her accomplices near Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14, when around 300 to 400 people attacked her. done. He and his companions tried hard to escape from the crowd, but to no avail.

A Pakistani woman who made a video on TikTok has alleged that on the occasion of Independence Day, a mob tore her clothes and she was tossed in the air by hundreds of people. At the same time, people also beat him up. Along with this, people also snatched cash and identity card of about Rs 15,000 from the woman.

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According to Pakistani media reports, the woman has said in her complaint that the crowd was huge and people were moving towards us. People were pushing and pulling me so much that they even tore my clothes. The woman alleged that several people tried to help me, but the furious crowd was huge and they continued to throw me in the air.

The woman said that her companions were also assaulted. The woman said that unknown people attacked us violently. Reports said that her ring and earrings were snatched away. Besides this, the mob also snatched mobile phone, identity card and 15,000 cash from one of his accomplices.

According to the Lahore Police, a case has been registered against hundreds of unidentified people. A video of the incident has gone viral on social media. Let us tell you that Tiktok, China’s popular short video app, has been banned many times in Pakistan.

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