LAHORE, Pakistan — More information about the Greater Iqbal Park incident has surfaced. Ayesha Akram, a female TikToker who was reportedly abused and manhandled at Minar-e-Pakistan on Independence Day, was blackmailed and hauled there.

For the past two years, a 13-member gang has been blackmailing Ayesha Akram over her semi-naked photos, according to reliable sources. She was blackmailed and transported to Minar-e-Pakistan against her will, which resulted in the sad tragedy.

During the tragedy of Minar-e-Pakistan, a band of 13 individuals, together with additional collaborators, reportedly harassed and manhandled Ayesha and tore her clothes, according to reports. “The female Tiktoker disclosed in her written statement after arriving at the DIG Investigations office at 1 a.m.,” it said.

According to the reports, DIG Investigation Sharq Jamal Khan created two teams, one of which was led by the SP city Investigation, to apprehend the key suspect. Ayesha Akram also stated in her statement that she provided the entire factual narrative to the SP city inquiry, which was modified a month ago.

The Lari Adda investigation police visited the residence of the well-known Tiktoker Badshah in Rawalpindi, but the accused escaped before the police arrived, according to the sources, while Ayesha Akram had been blackmailed for two years by 13 individuals.

A crowd of over 400 men attacked and abused the female TikToker on August 14 at Minar-e-Pakistan.

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