Court grants four day physical remand of 'Rambo' in Minar-e-Pakistan harassment case 

By: News Desk      Published: 05:00 PM, 9 Oct, 2021
Court grants four day physical remand of 'Rambo' in Minar-e-Pakistan harassment case 

A local court in Lahore has granted four-day physical remand of Rambo, co-TikToker of Ayesha Akram, on Saturday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. 

Rambo alleged that his fellow TikToker Ayesha has blackmailed him because she wanted Rs0.5 million from each person detained in the case. 

Rambo commented that all the videos which have been surfaced now were actually one year old.

He claimed, “Everything between me and Ayesha occurred with mutual consent.”

TikToker Ayesha and Rambo along with their friends went to Minar-e-Pakistan where they faced ‘mass assault’ and harassment.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also took notice of the incident. Lahore’s top cops were transferred in the wake of the incident. 

The incident got much media-hyped and condemned by all walks of life. 

Earlier in the day, all four cops who had made video footage of Rambo in the lockup were arrested.

According to the text of the FIR, the in-charge investigation, sub-inspector Ramzan, a Muharrar, Naib Muharrar, and the driver by making the footage had tried to affect the investigation into the case. 

Reporter: Usman Illyas