Humaira Asghar alias Dolly Official, a woman who made a tik-tok video for her fame by allegedly setting fire to the Margalla hills and forests, reacted strongly on social media and issued an explanatory statement after the legal proceedings against her. It is said that people are not aware of the 'reality'. A short tik-tok video of a female tik-toker went viral on a social networking site in the last few days, on which she was severely criticized.
In the short video, Tik Toker could be seen walking in front of a fire singing "pasoori". The video was allegedly shot in the Margalla Hills, where trees and bushes were set on fire. In an explanatory video statement released by one of his aides today, Humaira Asghar alias Dolly Official said that he did not start the fire seen in the video while there is no harm in making the video.
Dolly Official has over one and a half million followers on Tik Tok and her videos are very popular. She is also known for making bold videos. Tik Tok was accused of setting fire to his video to get views and user feedback. He was severely criticized by various quarters for his actions and demanded action against him for not being aware of the effects of such fires on the environment. Ms Tik Toker also said in a statement yesterday that she did not set fire to the Margalla Hills, but did not elaborate further.
In her video statement released today, Tik Toker expressed frustration over the role of social media in tarnishing the image and reputation of celebrities. In his statement, he strongly appealed to the users and said that in the same way that this fake video has gone viral without any research and investigation, the users should also advertise my position and the video of this explanatory statement.
At the beginning of his explanatory statement, Tik Toker said that after the reaction on social media, I was very disappointed and I was forced to make this video. It is frustrating to go viral and create problems for any celebrity like this because social media creates problems for celebrities and I am very worried about this issue.
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He said that after watching the video, the critics should have contacted me first and talked about the matter, they should have investigated the facts of the incident, they should have known the truth of the matter and then if you feel If there was something up or down in this matter, if you had taken any step against me, it would have been something else, but here the reality is something else.
"I have not visited Kohsar National Park for years. You can investigate. I am doing this with full confidence," she said. Humaira Asghar continued by saying that the other thing is that she was travelling on the motorway on her way back from Haripur with her make-up class that day, during which I had seen all these scenes.
She said that what I saw there, I would make a video with the person there and upload it on various social networking websites which all users can see there so that you all know the truth of this matter. "I hope for justice," he said in a statement. In another video, Tik Toker can be seen in the same clothes she is wearing in the viral video.
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"People should see these scenes. We have come here and there is a forest fire. We have inquired about it from the person present here," she said. Ms TikToker is not alone in being involved in such a case due to her ignorance. Earlier this month, police in Abbottabad accused a man of deliberately setting a forest on fire after a video surfaced. I was arrested.
Ms Tik Toker denies that she started the fire, but making the video in this way sends the message that natural disasters can be used for entertainment, which is rightly inappropriate. The occurrence of forest fires during the summer is already affecting the environment and people.