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Woman who beat underage domestic help identified as Indian: Shireen Mazari

Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari has said that the woman accused of brutally beating an underage domestic help had been identified by the Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) as an Indian living in Chandigarh.

“FIA Cyber Wing informed within a day (my tweet is late!) that the video of the woman beating the child helper over tea was from Chandigarh,” the minister wrote in a tweet on Tuesday.

Last week, a clip making rounds over the internet, showed a woman brutally thrashing a girl after she was infuriated because the girl made “more tea than needed”. The woman could be seen physically and verbally abusing the minor girl.

Responding to the video, Mazari had written, “Can anyone help identify who this woman is and where she is based? Need this info to act.”

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