Justice For Khadija Faisalabad is currently trending on Twitter worldwide for a very sad reason.
If you are unfamiliar with the hashtag, it all began in Pakistan after some Faisalabad men assaulted a young girl and forced her to lick their shoes for rejecting a marriage proposal.
Khadija Mehmood, a medical student, was taken from her residence in Faisalabad, by a Pakistani businessman and his team. As retaliation for her refusal of a marriage proposal, they cruelly humiliated her.
سب اسے زیادہ سے زیادہ شئیر کریں اور نون لیگ کے پالتو اس گینگ کو سزا دلوانے کی کوشش کریں۔
تا کہ ایسے بھیڑیوں سے لوگوں کی بیٹیوں کی عزت بچ سکے۔
اب یہ اس لڑکی کے گھر والوں پر پریشر ڈال کر ان سے صلح کے بیان دلوا لے کر پھر باہر آ جائے گا۔ pic.twitter.com/FGb1lRr144
— Ch.Shahzad Gill (@ShahzadGill202) August 16, 2022
In addition to abusing the girl sexually, the cruel Sheikh Danish and his companions also videotaped the incident.
According to a reports, the accused Danish, his daughter Ana Sheikh, and guards took the girl against her will from her home.
The accused forced the young girl to lick their shoes when they were at their home in University Town, Faisalabad, and recorded the unpleasant event on tape.
She was also subjected to torture, had her hair cut, and had her eyebrows removed as payback.
The video, which was taken on August 9 and depicts the girl being tortured, surfaced on Wednesday morning and quickly went viral on social media.
The girl alleged that she was harassed, tortured, and videotaped after she refused to marry the father of her friend. She insisted that her friend had persuaded her to accept the offer as well.
Bilal Qureshi raised his voice and requests the authorities to take immediate action against the culprits of a horrific incident happened in Faisalabad#lollywoodspace #bilalqureshi #justiceforkhadija pic.twitter.com/8zN87pMI2F
— Lollywoodspace (@lollywoodspace) August 17, 2022
Faisalabad CCPO Umar Saeed Malik made note of the incident and reported the offenders to the women’s police station. Six suspects in the case—Danish, Maham, Khan Muhammad, Shoaib, Faizan, and Ashghar—have been detained by the police.
Justice For Khadija has also received tweet support from a number of activists in several nations.
The hashtag was ranked number one on Twitter’s trending topics at the time of this publication.