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WATCH: Female TikToker burns trees for dramatic effect in video

Activist and Chairperson of Islamabad Wildlife Board Rina Khan Satti shared the video of the model and asked the authorities to take action against her.

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Pakistani female model and TikToker named Dolly has allegedly burned trees in her new video. The video of the model has gone viral on social media. The trees were allegedly burnt to create a dramatic effect for the viewers in the audience.

The female TikToker came under intense criticism on social media for damaging forests and plants for a mere video. Netizens said that Pakistan is already among the countries worst hit by global warming and climate change. Hence, burning trees in a country like Pakistan is disastrous as the country desperately needs forests and plantation to mitigate heat and rising temperatures.

Activist and Chairperson of Islamabad Wildlife Board Rina Khan Satti shared the video of the model and asked the authorities to take action against her. “This is a disturbing & disastrous trend on Tik Tok! Young people desperate 4 followers are setting fire to our forests during this hot & dry season! In Australia, it is life imprisonment for those who start wildfires. We need to introduce similar legislation @WildlifeBoard,” said the activist in her video.

Netizens called out the Islamabad Police to take strict action against her even if it requires arresting the model on the charges of damaging and endangering the natural property of the country.

It is not the first time a TikToker has burnt forests and trees for the video. Earlier this month, Abbottabad authorities had arrested a man for setting a portion of a forest on fire to make a TikTok video. The video of the TikToker went viral on social media, sparking mass criticism from the public.

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The video shows the man using a cigarette lighter to intentionally set precious trees on fire. Social media users criticized the man for destroying natural resources for a sake of a video.

“Forest fires are neither a joke nor material for social media posts,” Abid Majeed tweeted.

Authorities identified the person from the video and arrested him after hours of manhunt. A case has also been registered against the suspect, officials said.

“Staff of Abbottabad Wildlife Division arrested the accused who made a TikTok video by setting fire in the forest,” the Wildlife Department of KP tweeted.