Pakistani security guard slapped, woman kicked Video provokes outrage world News

The police registered a case and took the security guard into custody.

Written by Manjari Sachin Chitre | Edited by Swati Bhasin

A security guard was seen thrashing a pregnant woman in a shameful act in Karachi, Pakistan. According to local media, he has now been arrested.

According to the report of Pakistan-based Geo News, the woman was thrashed by guards outside an apartment building in Gulistan-e-Johar area. A CCTV camera footage – shared on social media – showed the security guard having an argument with the woman, after which he slapped her. As the woman fell to the ground and tried to get up, the man kicked her in the face.

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A Geo News report said that the woman, who worked as a house help in Noman Grand City of Gulistan-e-Johar, said that she was pregnant. According to him, on August 5, at 3 in the morning, he had asked his son to deliver food. However, when his son tried to enter the premises of the apartment, the union functionaries – Abdul Nasir, Adil Khan and Mahmood Khaleel – stopped him from entering.

“When I came down to inquire, Adil got angry and started abusing me. Then, he asked the security guard to beat me up. I am 5-6 months pregnant. When he hit me, I fainted because of the pain,” she said.

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The police registered a case and took the security guard into custody.

Meanwhile, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has taken cognizance of the matter. “How did the watchman dare to raise his hand on the woman and turn violent?” he questioned.

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