'Just Pakistan Things!': Male constable forced to wear hijab for mandatory photo of female officer

Pakistan Daulat Nagar male cop hijab case has been raising eyebrows and getting hilarious reactions from around the world.

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In what can be called a major embarrassment but bone-tickling report from Pakistan, a male constable was forced to wear a hijab and act as a female constable for a photo shoot featuring a woman suspected of drug peddling. Pakistan Daulat Nagar male cop hijab case has been raising eyebrows and getting hilarious reactions from around the world. The incident took place at Daulat Nagar Police Station in Punjab’s Gujrat in Pakistan where Station House officer (SHO) Sub-Inspector Aslam Hunjra asked a constable to play the role of a woman police officer. 

Pakistani journalist Nayla Inayat took to her Twitter handle and shared the hilarious incident following which the news went viral and netizens started coming up with their hilarious responses. 

As per the OPIndia report, on July 18, SHO Sub-Inspector Aslam Hunjra detained three suspects, including a lady, in connection with two separate cases, one involving illegal firearms and the other involving drug trafficking. As per Pakistan Police Act, the presence of a lady constable is mandatory in the photo shoot session if there is any woman apprehended along with the police raiding squad participating in the arrest of suspects. 


However, when told that there was no lady constable available for the photo shoot session, Daulat Nagar SHO allegedly asked a male constable to play the part by donning a hijab to complete the formality. Regrettably, the cop assigned to play the female role appeared tall enough to be recognized in the photo, which ended up going viral on social media, inviting ridicule from netizens.

After the incident and photos went viral, the issue was taken up by the higher authorities of Pakistan and the SHO was terminated by the Gujrat district police officer (DPO). In fact, a probe was also ordered and the Gujrat Sadar circle deputy superintendent of police (DSP) has been asked to submit his report within 24 hours. 

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