A day after his capture from Mianwali, previous JUI-F pioneer and priest Mufti Azizur Rehman admitted to physically attacking a student during interrogation, police said on Monday.

Agent Inspector General of Police (DIG) examinations Shariq Jamal Khan, while addressing PakistanIssues.com, said the pastor had admitted that the episode’s video, which became famous online on social media a couple of days prior, had included him and was covertly shot by the student who was as a rule physically mishandled.

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The DIG likewise said that some other influenced resident could connect and contact the police, adding that there was significant proof to arraign for the situation. He said that lifelong incarceration or a jail term of as long as 10 years was conceivable for the situation.

On Monday, the priest was introduced in a local court in Lahore by the North Cantonment police which mentioned Rehman’s actual remand for interrogating him. A legal magistrate managed the meeting and remanded him in police guardianship for four days. Orders were likewise given to gather DNA and clinical examples.

Rehman was brought to Lahore from Mianwali where he was captured by a group of the Crime Investigation Agency during an attack. The capture had come a day after a representative for the Lahore police said that Rehman had “got away” and that authorities were dealing with following the suspect.

Last week, police had enrolled a body of evidence against Rehman after a nerve-racking video clasp of him purportedly physically attacking one of his students was generally shared on social media.

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The North Cantonment police had enrolled an argument against Mufti Rehman for physically attacking the student and his three children for assaulting the complainant with the aim to get payback. The argument was stopped against them with non-compoundable and non-bailable offenses and with the discipline of detainment of as long as seven years.


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