Tik Toker Faces Legal Action for Making Videos by Setting Fire to Margalla

Tik Toker Faces Legal Action for Making Videos by Setting Fire to Margalla

Tik Toker, a woman who allegedly made Tik Tok videos for fame by setting fires in the Margalla Hills and forests, is facing legal action. Humaira Asghar alias Dolly Official's short tik tok video went viral on social media two days ago, on which she was severely criticized. In the short video, Tik Toker could be seen posing in front of the fire on the song 'Pasoori'. The video was allegedly shot in the Margalla Hills, where trees and bushes were set on fire.

Rana Saeed Khan Satti, the chairperson of the Wildlife Management Board in Islamabad, expressed anger after the video of Tik Toker came to light and hinted at legal action against Tik Toker who made the video. He tweeted a video of Tik Toker saying that Pakistanis are setting fire to forests only to increase their followers, while in Australia such an act is punishable by life imprisonment. He wrote that hot weather is already prevailing in Pakistan and Tik Tokers from above are busy setting fire to forests in a bid to increase followers.

He also shared a copy of his request to the police to take legal action against Tik Toker in another tweet. He said that he had applied to file a case against Tik Toker Dolly at Kohsar police station under relevant provisions of the Environmental Protection, Wildlife Act, Landscaping Act, and Penal Code of Pakistan.

In his petition, he wrote that the model allegedly set fire to the Margalla hills, which caused trouble to the birds and also damaged the environment. In addition, the model was criticized by the audience for making a video of setting fire in the Margalla forest and announced strict legal action against her.

 
 
 
 
 
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On the other hand, after the Tik Toker video went viral, the TuckTuck administration clarified that the social sharing application management is trying to ensure that videos of any criminal act cannot be shared on the app and

 
 
 
 
 
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Tik Toker said in a statement that he did not set fire to the Margalla Hills, but did not elaborate. Dolly Official has over one and a half million followers on Tik Tak and her videos are very popular. She is also known for making bold videos.

 
 
 
 
 
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