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Police downplayed TikToker Ayesha’s mass assault case: Inquiry report

Police inquiry report on Greater Iqbal Park alleged mass assault on female TikToker pointed out startling revelations police had not paid any attention to 16 calls the besieged TikToker and her friends made at the time of harassment, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Police investigation report that was tasked by the IGP Inam Ghani to probe the matter revealed that TikToker

Ayesha and her friends, when encircled by the uncontrolled crowd in Greater Iqbal Park, made 16 calls to police but the police force did not show up. At the site, some sympathizers also called 17 times to call the police force for action, the document revealed.   

Total 33 calls were made to Police Helpline 15. On Independence Day, 40 policemen include SHO Lori Adda was deployed to avoid any untoward incident.

The inquiry committee members contacted all those who called police helping to get immediate assistance to control the uncontrolled crowd.

The report reads, “DSP in the police station even smokes in front of TikToker Ayesha.”

It said that police tried to downplay the incident and had not informed the higher-ups for two days since the incident happened. “Even when the IGP asked about the incident the police officials downplayed the harassment incident.

The investigations revealed that SSP (Operations) and DIG Lahore (both now removed from their posts) did not inform the IGP about the mass harassment incident at Minar-e-Pakistan.

The inquiry report said that there was another incident of harassment at public space on August 13 but the police did not reach the site.

The report said that the crowd clicked the semi-nude pictures of TikToker Ayesha.

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