Iqrar ul Hassan Trolled After Tiktoker Ayesha Reaches Dubai. No one can forget Tiktoker Ayesha Akram and the infamous Minar e Pakistan incident when she accused 400 men of harassing her. That incident became a national level issue after anchor Iqrar ul Hassan and journalist Yasir Shami took Ayesha’s interview. It is also the same interview where Iqrar thanked Allah for not blessing him with a daughter. The phenomena reached the power corridors with Iqrar defending Ayesha till the last. Many people were picked up by police in the case which later turned out to be staged by Ayesha’s partner Rambo. This is the picture which went viral at the time and later became a meme format.
A case has been registered at the Lorry Adda police station against hundreds of unidentified persons for assaulting a female TikToker and her companions at the Greater Iqbal Park on Independence Day in Lahore, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Wednesday.
Ayesha Akram has reappeared on the mainstream social media as a renowned reporter Mughees Ali found out that she has been vacationing in Dubai with her friends and making Tiktoks. Lahore police register case against manhandling of TikToker at Minar-e-Pakistan. Narrating her ordeal, Ayesha Beg, the Tiktoker, who was attacked by goons at Minar-e-Pakistan on August 14, the country’s Independence Day, said on Wednesday it was unfortunate that a woman was not safe in her own country.
Iqrar ul Hassan Trolled After Tiktoker Ayesha Reaches Dubai
Netizens are now trolling Iqrar ul Hassan after Ayesha Akram resurgence as well as seeing her enjoy the high life in Dubai. They are calling on Iqrar to see his “sister” promoted to being an international Tiktoker by using his fame:
Giving more details, she said then all the boys and the men standing outside the Greater Iqbal Park joined in those present inside by jumping over the fence, pounced upon her, stripped her naked and tossed her here and there. “Every part of my body bears marks of torture,” she said while tears rolling down her cheeks constantly through the interview.