Was Minar-e-Pakistan incident pre-planned? Pakistani image has suffered a serious blow after the controversial incident of Minar e Pakistan. Ayesha Akram is a TikToker who was filming a video in a Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore on the country’s independence day on 14 August 2021. she claims that she was assaulted and harassed by a mob of around 400 men.
The videos went viral on social media showing hundreds of men abusing her as she went to the park with four male friends to celebrate Independence Day.
A case has been filed against 400 people who were allegedly involved in the incident and those who have been identified from the videos were immediately arrested.
However, the story has taken a new turn as new details emerge. Ayesha Akram who has a lot of fans that support her was strongly being blamed for the tragedy. According to some sources, the event was pre-planned by the victim Ayesha Akram herself along with her team members to seek publicity.
According to other sources, the woman invited her Tik Tok followers to meet her at the Greater Park and she had the option to escape once the crowd began assaulting her, but she opted not to do so and stayed for nearly two hours.
Meanwhile, Ayesha Akram’s Instagram pictures never indicated that she was going through trauma after what happened to her at Minar-e- Pakistan, which is quite strange. When her videos started trending on social media, she decided to seek help from Police as well as Media.
Netizens are demanding to investigate Ayesha Akram
Some Netizens believe that Ayesha played- women card- to gain fame and they have requested to investigate her. If it was true and found guilty, she should be punished so should all the men who inappropriately groped and touched the girl. However, we strongly condemn the horrific incident whether it was pre-planned or not. There is no excuse for men to mistreat a lady in this manner, especially in a Muslim country.
The time has come for the government to begin taking action against such horrific acts and to ensure safety and equal rights to all. The government should impose efficient laws to prevent such tragedies, but the mindset of people must change to prevent crimes against all vulnerable members of society.
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