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Ayesha Akram identifies two more accused in harassment case

Police have so far arrested more than 30 people in connection with the incident (Photo: online)

LAHORE: TikToker Ayesha Akram, who was assaulted at Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence day has identified two more accused who were allegedly present in the harassment case.  

According to the details, the identification parade began was held at the Lahore prison, where Ayesha Akram identified two more people, while three people have confessed to their crime. On Wednesday, a total of 104 people have so far been paraded before the victim out of which 14 people have been identified.

Last month on 28th August, Akram refused to attend the identification parade at the Lahore jail citing illness and Magistrate Noman Nasir had to return without the process. The TikToker conveyed that she was not feeling well and could not attend the proceeding as 144 people had to be paraded before her during the identification process.

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Ayesha Akram is the latest victim of an unfortunate incident of harassment that occurred on Independence Day at Lahore’s Minar-e-Pakistan, the place where Quaid-e-Azam gave one of his historical speeches in 1947. According to Ayesha, she was tortured for straight three hours, from 6.30 to 9 pm and no one came to rescue her not even the police.  Ayesha was continuously grabbed by her hair and was continuously tortured.