LAHORE Aug 25,2021- A Lahore court has sought reply from the police during a hearing on a application filed against Ayesha Akram and her companion Rambo, who were allegedly assaulted in Greater Iqbal Park, Minar -e-Pakistan.
The Additional Sessions Judge Lahore court has issued notice and sought reply from SHO Shahdara.
The application for registration of the case has been filed by Mian Tauseef, in which it is stated that Ayesha Akram and her partner had gone to Minar -e-Pakistan with a plan.
The petitioner said that the Minar -e-Pakistan incident took place because of Ayesha and Rambo, the accused brought bad name to Pakistan.
The applicant has taken the position that a application has been filed against Ayesha Akram and her friend Rambo at Shahdara police station, however, the SHO of Shahdara police station did not take action against the nominees.
The petitioner has requested the court to order registration of case against Ayesha Akram and Rambo.
It may be recalled that Ayesha Akram was harassed and insulted in Greater Iqbal Park of Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore on August 14.
The horrific incident of assaulting Ayesha Akram on the occasion of Independence Day came to light three days later through social media.
Hundreds of youths tickled and tortured Ayesha Akram and her companion and tore their clothes while the police remained unaware of the incident.
Police have registered a case against 400 people after the footage went viral on social media.
On the other hand, the incident is being strongly condemned on social media and strict action is being demanded against the accused.