Video of a papad seller before the incident

Incident at Pattoki Wedding Hall: Video of a papad seller before the incident

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As a result of a viral video circulating on the internet, the Pattoki incident has sparked widespread outrage on social media. Guests at a wedding hall in Pattoki, a small town in District Kasur, were seen eating while a laborer’s body lay on the venue’s floor in the viral video.

The viral video has sparked outrage on social media, with people demanding that authorities bring Mohammad Ashraf to justice and punish him severely for the inhumane act that has caused many people to lose faith in humanity.

12 people have been arrested.

The police have arrested 12 people in connection with the Pattoki incident, while the body has been sent for a postmortem and an investigation into the matter has been launched to punish those who committed the inhumane act. Although no signs of torture were found on Muhammad Ashraf’s body, the police are continuing their investigation from various angles.

Incident at Pattoki Wedding Hall

The manager of the Pattoki wedding hall, as well as several other employees, were among those arrested. Meanwhile, the incident is being investigated from all angles, and a final report will reveal more details, with the police promising that the perpetrators will face legal consequences.

Punjab’s Chief Minister Takes Notice

The Pattoki incident, in which guests at a wedding hall continued to eat their food and enjoy the ceremony despite a dead body laying on the floor, has also been noted by Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar and the IG Punjab Rao Sardar Ali Khan.

The Incident at the Pattoki Wedding Hall

People have expressed their displeasure with the Pattoki incident on social media, where guests at a wedding hall in Pattoki continued to eat food while a dead body lay on the floor.

The act is heinous and a disgrace to the country as a whole.

Incident at Pattoki Wedding Hall: Mohammad Ashraf (Paapar wala) full hd video before the incident appear

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