1. Watch: TV reporter slapped by FC trooper during live coverage in Karachi

Watch: TV reporter slapped by FC trooper during live coverage in Karachi

According to reports, Saima Kanwal was trying to speak to the guard regarding the problem, when the guard lost his temper and slapped her.

By: | Updated: October 21, 2016 7:47 AM
reporter-l After the video became widely circulated, Karachi Police registered a case against the FC guard.

In a rather shocking incident, a Frontier Constabulary (FC) trooper deployed as a security guard at the NADRA office in Nazimabad, Karachi slapped a female reporter when she was doing a live coverage of the problems face by citizens at the NADRa registration office. According to reports, Saima Kanwal was trying to speak to the guard regarding the problem, when the guard lost his temper and slapped her. The reporter belonged to a private TV channel K-21.

In the video, the reporter can be seen talking about the issues people office at the registration office. During which, she diverts the camera towards the guard. He first tries to stop the cameraman from shooting, but when Kanwal retorts at him for attacking the media, he slapped her. After the video became widely circulated, Karachi Police registered a case against the FC guard.

“Gulbahar police have registered a case against the FC personnel over charges of conducting aerial firing and assaulting modesty of the female reporter of K-21 TV channel by slapping her,” SSP Central Muqadas Hyder told the Pakistani media.

Moreover, NADRA officials have also registered an FIR against the TV channel for creating “hindrances in official work.”

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    mengrani
    Oct 21, 2016 at 3:14 am
    @ aulting modesty of the femalewomen should save thier modesty by themselves
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      mengrani
      Oct 21, 2016 at 3:07 am
      ulta c kotwal ko dantaya police man is accountable to gorvernment not any other personif u have complain any person go to responsible authrity don't become your self chief justicethe tone of speech of such anc is very evry procativedo not let any person to come out from its limits
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        Robert Mathew
        Oct 21, 2016 at 2:52 am
        Well it seems the female journalist went too far to provoke the trooper. Under the pretext of of journalism, reporters cannot barge on to people to elicit information they want. Reporters must draw a line for themselves which must not be crossed. The female journalist has crossed that line and it is natural for the man to be angry. Besides the female journalist was following the trooper, despite his silence to the rude postures of the journalist. Tolerance has limit. The journalist should know that. Journalism in India and stan is misconstrued and disgusting state of affairs. . Journalists must learn to respect the privacy of the individuals and must stop arrogant behavior.
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        1. Vaidyanathan K Iyer
          Oct 25, 2016 at 6:55 am
          sthan is ruled by the proxy of samajwadi party?
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