Usman Mirza kept forcing the girl to come back
In Islamabad, the statement of the victim boy in the video viral case of beating and ill-treatment of the couple has come to light.
The victim boy has been identified as Asad who has recorded the statement to Golra police. In the statement, Asad said that the main accused Usman Mirza was constantly blackmailing me.
Usman Mirza was pressuring me to give him money and bring the girl to him. Asad told the police that Usman Mirza also threatened to make the video viral if he did not bring money and the girl.
According to the police, the boy’s statement has been recorded and the investigation is still going on. But a video went viral in which a man was seen torturing a boy and a girl while he was also selling gossip while beating the boy.
Old videos showing the accused’s weapons have also surfaced. As soon as the video went viral on social media, it spread like wildfire and the video reached IG Islamabad Qazi Jameel-ur-Rehman, after which he took immediate notice of the incident and ordered SSP operations to arrest the accused.
Meanwhile, Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Hamza Shafqat had also assured that all the accused named in the case or seen in the video would be arrested. He said that Usman Mirza was involved in the sale and purchase of vehicles.
A case was registered in the government’s complaint against the victims for not filing a complaint. The case was registered in the government’s complaint, in which the sub-inspector of Islamabad police is the plaintiff. According to the FIR, the incident took place in the apartments located in E-11.
Islamabad police took immediate action and arrested the accused Usman Mirza seen in the video within a few hours. So far, four people involved in the incident have been arrested. An Islamabad police spokesman had said that the accused were produced in a competent court and physical remand was obtained.
No matter how influential a person is, he is not above the law. According to a spokesman for the Islamabad Police, there are rumors circulating that the accused have been granted bail, which is not true as they are based on lies.