A case has been registered against the model and Tuck Tucker Dolly for allegedly setting the forest on fire and taking photos.
The case was registered at Kohsar police station on Tuesday on the complaint of Ejaz-ul-Hassan, director, Department of Environment, Capital Development Authority (CDA).
The FIR states that a video was circulating on Tik Tak in which a tick named Dolly was setting fire to a forest and shooting a video.
“This is reportedly the area of Margalla Hills where there have been several fire incidents in the last few days.”
Landscape Act 1966 against Tuck Tucker Dolly in FIR. Action has been sought under the Wildlife Act 1927, the Environmental Protection Act 1997 and the Pakistan Penal Code.
It is believed that the model known as Dolly and Tuck Tucker shared a video from their Instagram account in which they can be seen modeling in a forest.
Islamabad Wildlife Board chairperson Reena Saeed had said on Tuesday that the video made by the model was not of Margalla Hills but our team was investigating the matter.
In a tweet, Reena Saeed also criticized the Tuck Tuckers who made such videos.
“It’s a disturbing and destructive trend,” he wrote. Young people are setting fire to our forests in this hot and dry season for the sake of four followers.
Reena Saeed added: “Those who set fire to bushes in Australia are liable to life imprisonment. We need to start similar legislation. “
It may be recalled that before Model Girl Dolly, a similar video of a young man from Abbottabad district of Pakhtunkhwa province came to light in which he was shooting a video by setting fire in the forest.
SDO Wildlife Abbottabad Sardar Nawaz told Urdu News that the local youth who made the video by setting fire in the forest adjacent to Abbottabad city has been arrested.
The youth has been arrested for damaging forests and setting fires, he said.
According to Sardar Nawaz, there is no notice in Abbott Wildlife’s notice except the video of the youth.