“No other option than to suicide,” Iqbal Park incident victim girl warns in new video
In a new video message of the victim of the shameful incident at Minar-e-Pakistan, Ayesha Akram Baig with her teammate Rambo Wednesday threatened to commit suicide as they had no other option.
The victim released her fresh video on social media (Instagram) and demanded justice against the accused mob involved in misbehaving with her at the Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, she recorded her message with her teammate named Rambo who was also present with her at Minar-e-Pakistan and tried to protect her.
Ayesha in her recorded video asked the people who misbehaved with her, “What has I done wrong to you?”
She further stated that they did not make any bad video so why you (accused mob) do such act to her.
The victim seeing weeping in the video said she wanted justice as a daughter of Pakistan.
Her companion in the video said they were highly ashamed of this incident and had no other option than suicide.
Rambo asked the nation that they must be told that they had no right to celebrate Independence Day like other Pakistanis.
It is also disclosed in the text message with the video that Ayesha Akram Baig had decided to reveal her identity to get justice in the case.
Earlier in a separate message, she said that it was unfortunate that a woman was not safe in her own country.
Still shaken by the incident that befell her a few days back, the TikToker asked as to what wrong she had done when she was properly dressed and was not there to film a vulgar scene but to make a video in connection with the country’s 74th Independence Day. “Is this a treatment meted out to a daughter of Pakistan?” she questioned.
In an interview, she said she was surrounded by a large number of boys who initially took selfies with her. “To the extent of selfies, it was ok,” she said, adding but later they pushed her and members of her team close to the fence.
Giving more details, she said then all the boys and the men standing outside the Greater Iqbal Park joined in those present inside by jumping over the fence, pounced upon her, stripped her naked and tossed her here and there. “Every part of my body bears marks of torture,” she said while tears rolling down her cheeks constantly through the interview.
She said it was not that she was speaking for herself. “There must be laws to prevent incidents of rape of girls and women,” she stressed, and appealed to the administration to keep the Park shut on August 14 so that females could be protected from such incidents of humiliation.
She said she was uncertain about her future after her treatment at the hands of thousands of goons at Greater Iqbal Park.