The report lays blame on female superintendent of police who had reportedly left before the PTI rally ended.
SP Ammara Athar was tasked with ensuring security to women enclosure of PTI public gathering, but she left the venue before culmination of rally.
Other police officers are also started leaving gradually once their in-charge had left, said a source.
Later, the incident resulted as there was no security at the camp. The investigators have recommended to take strict against the SP Ammara.
Chairperson PTI Women Wing Munazza Hassan had submitted an application in a police station against Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) and held the Punjab government responsible for mistreatment of women.
“Our security was very good for the gathering. But 10-12 unknown persons came and did all the mess, video evidence could be provided for identification of the culprits. The Punjab government is responsible because of non-provision of foolproof security,” she said while addressing a press conference at Chairman Secretariat in Lahore.
Police had registered a case against at least 100 unknown persons for harassing women workers of PTI during its anti-corruption rally.