Man who forcibly kissed lady in Lahore on Independence Day recognized: Chohan

Police have recognized the person who harassed and forcibly kissed a lady near Lahore’s Greater Iqbal Park, Punjab authorities spokesperson Fayyazul Hassan Chohan stated Saturday.

However, Lahore police are but to arrest the wrongdoer, Geo News reported. A case has been registered on the Lari Adda police station on the station home officer’s (SHO) criticism, after police had been proven a video of the incident which went viral on social media.

The Punjab authorities’s spokesperson, talking to Geo News, stated IG Punjab Inam Ghani had briefed him on the matter. 

Quoting Ghani, he stated {that a} particular group had been arrange for the case — which can use all obtainable fashionable, scientific strategies to determine the criminals.

“In a day or two, we will trace them, and later on, will also make arrests,” the spokesperson stated.

Chohan stated he couldn’t affirm whether or not the legal concerned had been arrested, nevertheless, he assured the nation that the person has been recognized utilizing CCTV cameras.

“An example will be made out of this morally unrestrained man so that next time no person will dare harass a woman — who might be a mother, daughter, or sister — in Punjab,” Chohan stated.

The spokesperson stated the provincial authorities wouldn’t present “any negligence to arrest the person” concerned within the heinous act.


According to the FIR, the incident happened on Circular Road, near gate no 1 of Greater Iqbal Park, in the direction of Chand Chowk.

The FIR estimates 10-12 “morally unrestrained” males on board bikes to have harassed two girls sitting on board a Qingqi rickshaw, with a toddler seated in between them.

The video reveals the motorcyclists hounding the rickshaw, catcalling and leering on the girls, apart from making obscene gestures, said the FIR.

“One of the men, wearing a white shirt and blue jeans, jumped onto the rickshaw to forcibly kiss one of the women on her cheek and also tried to tear her clothes off,” it famous.

The different males, in the meantime, had been always “hooting, catcalling, and leering at the women and making obscene gestures”.

The video additionally reveals one of many girls taking her slipper off and threatening to hit a motorcyclist with it. The lady who was harassed, at one time limit, will get extraordinarily upset and tries to depart the rickshaw in despair however is stopped from doing so by her companion.

The case has been registered underneath Sections 354 (assault or legal power to lady with intent to outrage her modesty), 511 (punishment for trying to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for all times or for ashorter time period), 294 (obscene acts and songs), 509 (ii) (phrase, gesture or act meant to insult the modesty of a lady), 147 (punishment for rioting), and 149 (each member of illegal meeting responsible of offence dedicated in prosecution of widespread object) of the Pakistan Penal Code.

Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar, responding to the incident, ordered the provincial police chief to submit a report and catch the culprits on the earliest.

The incident comes at a time when Pakistanis, particularly girls, are already on edge after the video clip of a lady being assaulted and harassed on the Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day went viral on social media.

The lady, a feminine TikTok star, stated males groped her, beat her, and tossed her into the air for two-and-a-half hours.

The police at present stated they’ve arrested 66 folks over their alleged involvement within the assault on the feminine TikToker.

Deputy Inspector General (Investigations) Shariq Jamal stated that they’ve questioned over 300 folks within the case thus far. Of these, over 100 folks had been taken into custody for additional questioning, the police officer stated, including that their whereabouts that day had been traced utilizing geo-fencing and face matching.

A case has been registered in opposition to 400 folks in complete.


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