Minar-e-Pakistan TikToker’s relevant details revealed 

By: News Desk      Published: 12:40 PM, 20 Aug, 2021
Minar-e-Pakistan TikToker’s relevant details revealed 

An extremely unfortunate incident took place at Greater Iqbal Park, Lahore during which 400 men assaulted a female TikToker and the harassment went on for a duration of two and a half hours.

The video from this incident went viral over social media which led the police to investigate the case and in the due process the police have succeeded in arresting 30 suspects.

However the arrested culprits are currently being thoroughly investigated whereas raids are also being carried out to arrest the remaining suspects.

An advertisement has also been issued to aid in arrest of the remaining culprits who assaulted the TikToker Ayesha Akram at Minar-e-Pakistan.

Moreover, a medical examination had been conducted on Miss Akram which has confirmed the harassment attempts on the TikToker.

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According to medical report, several torture marks have been identified on Ayesha’s body.

There was also some swelling found on one elbow and on Ayesha’s head.

Also, there was some swelling found on the fingers of both hands and both ears.

There were also some wounds found on Ayesha’s other hand.

It has also been discovered that Ayesha Akram was working as a staff nurse in Punjab Institute of Cardiology and this has been confirmed by the hospital staff there.

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Also, Miss Akram works as a nurse in the emergency of Punjab Institute of Cardiology.

According to reports, Ayesha Akram has been twice issued notice at work for using mobile phone during office hours.

Ayesha Akram had been reportedly found making TikTok videos during office hours and it has also been observed that Ayesha has made a few TikTok videos in the nurse uniform of PIC.

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