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Canadian woman forgives harassers, withdraws the complaint too

A Canadian lady who had affirmed she was harassed by two men in Pakistan has pulled back against the wrongdoers supposedly.

In a video message, Assma Galuta expressed she has distinguished the men who harassed her and that she wishes to pull back the evidence she recorded against them.

Galuta likewise offered thanks in transit she was taken care of in Pakistan.

She included that quick move made by experts goes about as a demonstration of the way that Pakistan is a harmony cherishing nation.

“I feel protected now in Pakistan after the accused involved in harassing have been arrested by the Islamabad police. The police and the relevant authorities behaved well and looked after me. My confidence on Pakistani police and law enforcement authorities strengthened and enhanced,” said Galuta.

She added, “I am grateful to the Islamabad police, specifically, SP (Rural) who provided me protection. I appreciate IGP Islamabad, who managed to nab the culprits involved in the harassment.”

Galuta was reportedly harassed by two men in Islamabad.

She looked for help from the police when she whined two drivers asked about her location from the driver, including that she was hanging tight for her taxi when they pulled up in a vehicle and began heckling her, over and over advising her to get in their vehicle. When she can’t, they pursued her for the following two hours as she went to the goal in Islamabad.

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