In Pakistan’s Punjab province, a group of people stripped four women, including a teenager, naked and dragged them on the street, accusing them of stealing from a shop. The incident took place on Monday in Faisalabad, about 180 km from Lahore. In a video that surfaced on social media, four women, including a teenager, were seen pleading with people around them to cover their bodies but were beaten up with sticks. Women were seen crying and requesting people to let them go but to no avail. They were paraded naked on the streets for an hour. Punjab Police swung into action after some videos of the incident went viral on social media.
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In a tweet on Tuesday, a Punjab Police spokesperson said, “We have arrested five persons in connection with this unfortunate incident.” will be brought in. An FIR has been registered against five suspects and several others under relevant provisions of the law. According to the case, the victims told that they had gone to the Bawa Chak market in Faisalabad to collect garbage.
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In the complaint, the women have said that we were thirsty and Usman went inside the electric store and asked for a water bottle. But its owner, Saddam, accused us of entering the shop with the intention of stealing. Saddam and others started beating us. Then he dragged her naked and beat her. They also made our videos after stripping. No one from the crowd tried to stop the culprits to stop this atrocity.
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