Former Pak police officer vandalises meals chain store for not serving meals on odd time

Karachi [Pakistan], July 24 (ANI): Pakistan’s former police personnel vandalised a meals chain store in Karachi for allegedly refusing to serve meals at odd timing.

CCTV footage obtained by ARY Information on Saturday confirmed that the previous Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Jamshed Inamullah was seen vandalising a global quick meals chain at Korangi Street in Karachi.

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The restaurant supervisor has stated that the accused reached there on the closing time at 5:00 am, the native media reported. He stated that the accused compelled the staffers to offer meals to him and later he brutally tortured the safety guard and the workers members for refusing to entertain him.

Nonetheless, Inamullah was booked for damaging belongings of a global quick meals restaurant within the metropolis, ARY Information reported.

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Citing sources, ARY Information reported that the previous policeman was additionally charged in one other case on the similar Defence police station.

Quoting police officer Amjad Ali, the media reported he was on a routine patrol once they noticed two events combating with rods, stones and bodily fights.

A number of days earlier than, a CCTV footage cited by Geo television revealed {that a} burqa-clad girl was harassed by an unidentified man who groped her from behind in day time within the nation’s capital Islamabad.

In line with Geo television, the incident befell through the daytime wherein a girl, coated in a veil (burqa), might be seen strolling on a avenue when an unidentified man seems and gropes her from behind.

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The girl within the video might be seen struggling to push the person away from her. After harassing her, he might be seen working away.

Experiences say that over 70 per cent of girls are victims of harassment on the office in Pakistan and there appears to be no finish to their plight.

Information collected by White Ribbon Pakistan, an NGO working for girls’s rights, reveals that 4,734 ladies confronted sexual violence between 2004 and 2016. Currently, the federal government of Pakistan handed the “Safety in opposition to Harassment on the Office (Modification Invoice), 2022 and has amended the weaker provisions of the 2010 legislation.

Pakistan observes an elevated ratio of general working ladies in recent times however the nation is grappling with the difficulty of psychological, bodily and sexual harassment of girls that impedes their protected mobility and prevents them from stepping outdoors to work. (ANI)

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