ISLAMABAD: Mohtarma Reham Khan has reacted to the tragic incident that took place in London with Federal Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb.
In a tweet, Reham said, “This is something which should be reported to the police. These faces are recognisable. Stalking & harassing a person on the street that too a woman & in local cafes is not acceptable. These abusive women & youngsters must be cautioned by the UK police.”
“Should report these people. Follow them and identify them. A complaint should be raised with cafes and restaurants too. Anti-social behaviour order should be issued against them,” she said in another tweet.
It should be noted that Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb, who is in London with a PML-N delegation led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, was heckled by overseas Pakistanis apparently supporters of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) at a roadside café.
The short video clips of the incident, which went viral on social media, showed that a handful of the alleged PTI supporters surrounded the information minister while she was having a soft drink inside the café.
In one of the videos, the unruly woman can be heard hurling abuses at Marriyum while others were recording her video with the minister staying calm and using her mobile phone.
In another video, the information minister can be seen interacting with one of the women supporters. “This attitude is harmful to the image of Pakistan. You asked three questions from me and I have answered them all. This is a way of having a decent conversation,” the minister told the protester.