A Norwegian mother and her two daughters were beaten, kicked and tugged at Islamabad airport after they had asked for toilet paper from an employee of the immigration authorities.
Amateur footage of the Norwegian women, who are beaten and tugged at the airport in Islamabad in Pakistan, is now spreading on social media and foreign media.
The Norwegian family of four was to go home to Oslo on Saturday April 15th, but they never got on the plane. Several of them instead ended up in hospital.
The dispute started over toilet paper. One of the victims has been interviewed by the Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune. There the Norwegian woman describes the event in detail. She says that her daughter asked for toilet paper from one of the women who worked at the airport and who stood outside a toilet.
The woman was been offended by the request, and answered that she worked in immigration and was not employed to provide toilet paper. After some bickering the whole affair developed into physical altercation.
However, the fresh Close Circuit Television (CCTV) camera video shows the female passengers messing up with the FIA lady constable, before being tortured by another female personnel.
One of the ladies is seen in the video misbehaving with other officials of the agency present at the airport. Besides shoving hand of the lady constable, she attempted to snatch mobile phone from a male official.
On Wednesday, Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nasir also took notice of the incident at Islamabad airport, and sought a report from the interior secretary and DG FIA in three days.
The FIA, contrary to its earlier statement, suspended junior constable, Ghazala, for manhandling the passengers.
Moreover, an enquiry, on the orders of the interior ministry, is underway pertaining to the incident.
Pakistan First Media And Brand Website.
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