Who is Ayesha Akram and what happened at Minar-e-Pakistan?

Not a single Pakistani expected to wake up to another sad news of a woman being subjected to brutal harassment by a mob of men that also in the month we celebrate independence but that is exactly what Pakistanis witnessed.  

Who is Ayesha Akram? 

Ayesha Akram is a well known TikToker who resides in Lahore. She makes videos on TikTok and that’s how she got famous. Akram went to Lahore’s Greater Iqbal Park on Independence Day along with her six friends.

She was filming and taking selfies with her companions when the horrific incident happened. The video hasspread like fire on social media and just after three days of the incdeint everyone is raising security concerns about women.

The incident

Ayesha Akram, a girl who was abused by a mob in Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore, said she had given up hope of surviving.

Talking to Us, Ayesha Akram said that she reached Greater Iqbal Park with her team at 6.30 pm.

“Within 15 minutes of my arrival at the park, the mob started abusing me,” she said.

The victim further said that when I took shelter under the Minar-e-Pakistan, the mob reached there as well. I was thrown into the air and water was thrown at me several times.

She said that I was abused for more than two hours, called the police 2 to 3 times at 15, the third time he could only say please help.

Ayesha Akram also said that my dupatta and shoes had also disappeared, my breathing had stopped twice and I had given up hope of survival.

“The accused should be severely punished. I will identify them in court,” she said.

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