Ayesha complains about death threats

Published October 13, 2021
TikToker Ayesha Akram said she started receiving threatening calls from outside the country when she nominated eight suspects in her supplementary statement in the case lodged a few days after the harassment incident. — AFP/File
TikToker Ayesha Akram said she started receiving threatening calls from outside the country when she nominated eight suspects in her supplementary statement in the case lodged a few days after the harassment incident. — AFP/File

LAHORE: Minar-i-Pakistan harassment incident survivor Ayesha Akram has lodged a complaint with the Shahdara police against unidentified suspects for hurling her life threats.

She alleged that unidentified men called and threatened her that they would kill her for pursuing the case against those involved in harassment case. She said she started receiving threatening calls from outside the country when she nominated eight suspects in her supplementary statement in the case lodged a few days after the harassment incident.

She also nominated a TikToker from Rawalpindi, Ali Shah, in the new case saying he and his accomplices had been blackmailing her for the last many years. Now they were making threatening calls, she said, and asked the police to arrest them, according to the FIR.

Published in Dawn, October 13th, 2021

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