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They beat her with their shoes and took off her clothes .. Hundreds of men brutally attacked a Pakistani woman - Politics - International Variety

They beat her with their shoes and took off her clothes .. Hundreds of men brutally attacked a Pakistani woman – Politics – International Variety

The attack on a young woman in Pakistan, who stripped her of her clothes, threw her in the air and was attacked by hundreds of men with her shoes on, has provoked outrage across Pakistan in a series of similar attacks in recent months.

The latest incident took place in the eastern city of Lahore, where about 400 people allegedly assaulted a young woman who was a content creator on “Tick Tock” while filming a video clip with her group at a park last Saturday. German news agency “Doctor” BA “.

A confusing clip about the incident spread very quickly on social media and provoked widespread condemnation. The hashtags related to this incident are very important on the social networking site “Twitter” in Pakistan.

Police have registered a case against 400 men and started searching for the culprits with the help of video clips. Politicians, human rights activists and celebrities renewed their demands for the protection of women in Pakistan.

The girl complained that her ring and earrings were stolen, and the mob stole one of her comrades’ phones, her ID card and a sum of money. Many of those who passed by were reported to have tried to help the woman and the men. They escaped with her, but they did not succeed.

Dictoc has been banned several times in Pakistan for “indecent and bad content”, but the first post reported that the app is still popular with more than 39 million downloads.

The incident comes just weeks after the beheading of the daughter of a former diplomat in the capital Islamabad, when Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan spoke to the provincial police chief and asked him to arrest the culprits.

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“The government will not forgive anyone involved in this incident,” said Syed Zulfikar Bukhari, a close aide to the prime minister.

Pakistani opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif condemned the incident on Twitter, saying, “The direction our community is heading is even more worrying. The recent incidents against women are a reminder of why it is so deeply rooted.”


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