TikToker Humaira Asghar aka Dolly has been booked by Islamabad Police for setting fire in Margallah Hills in order to film a TikTok video. Furthermore, TikToker Dolly is being severely scrutinized on social media for being selfish and endangering wildlife by setting fire to Margallah Hills for mere views on TikTok.
The Islamabad Police has registered a First Information Report (FIR) against TikToker Dolly at the Kohsar Police Station on the complaint of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) under wildlife and environment protection laws. “The area is part of Margalla Hills National Park which has reported multiple incidents of wildfires recently which damaged the ecosystem,” it stated.
The FIR has been filed under the Landscape Act 1966, Forest Act 1927, Environment Protection Act 1927, and Sections 188 and 425 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC). The copy of the First Information Report (FIR) is shared below.
TikToker Dolly posted a video of herself walking playfully in a silver ball gown in front of a burning hillside. “Fire erupts wherever I am.” she wrote in the caption of the video. It is pertinent to mention that TikToker Dolly has over 11 million followers on the social media platform.
Islamabad: Pakistani famous tiktoker "dolly" sets Margala hills forest on fire for making a tiktok video. Police has filed FIR against the tiktoker. pic.twitter.com/b6h8scVLB0— South Asia Index (@SouthAsiaIndex) May 17, 2022
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