Finally: The TikToker Kashif Zameer Ended in Handcuffs for Cheating ‘Ertugrul’

 Finally: The TikToker Kashif Zameer Ended in Handcuffs for Cheating ‘Ertugrul’

Ertugrul has been the national obsession of Pakistan. Moreover, Turkish actor Engin Altan Duzyatan aka Ertugrul was invited by a Pakistani notorious TikToker Kashif Zameer Chaudhry and tried to get the public eye. But his agreement of making the star company’s ambassador and partial payments all proved deceitful. Though agreement had been canceled by the Turkish star after a short time and now get him arrested for defaming the Ertugral Ghazi, and people are embarrassed and annoyed with the TikToker for making the country mortified on the international spectrum. Finally: The TikToker Kashif Zameer Ended in Handcuffs for Cheating ‘Ertugrul’.

The Lahore Crime Investigation (CIA) on Thursday arrested the infamous TikToker Kashif Zameer Chaudhry for swindling Turkish actor Engin Altan Duzyatan who played the role of Ertugrul Ghazi in the historical drama serial, Dirilis: Ertugrul.

According to the sources,

“Chaudhry who was a TikToker, arrested shortly after Racecourse Police registered a case against him on the complaint of Duzyatan who had accused the suspect of taking advantage of him to mint illicit coins.” The Turkish actor claims,

“The suspect allegedly issued bogus checks to me against some agreements and used his name and picture without his consent for ulterior motives as well.”

According to CIA DSP Mian Shafqat,

“Duzyatan requested law enforcement authorities of Pakistan to take action against TikToker, the owner of Chaudhry Group of Companies, through an online application submitted to the inspector general of police. Chaudhry issued a bogus cheque of Rs90m in the name of Duzyatan.”

Conferring to the media leaks,

“A police team raided the TikTok star’s residence. They recovered a vehicle with a green number of plates, arms, and artificial gold jewelry. During the policemen’s interrogation, the accused introduced himself as a government official. Later, the cops also recovered a 9mm pistol and bullets from his possession.”

According to the CIA investigation,

“CIA investigators have found six more such criminal cases against the suspect registered in Lahore and Sialkot, proving his habitual fraudulence.”

Finally: The TikToker Kashif Zameer Ended in Handcuffs for Cheating ‘Ertugrul’

Chaudhry previously rejected reports of defrauding the Turkish star who he accommodated on his visit to Lahore. Later, it turned out that he did not even pay the amount he promised to the Turkish actor and paid only half of the deal. Amusingly, the Sialkot-based businessman rejected the reports as ‘a malicious campaign’.

According to the tycoon or just a con, who was good at a bit of sharp practice,

“The local brands and media outlets were tarnishing my image ‘out of revenge’ for not letting them meet the Turkish guest. Stop making a joke out of it for God’s sake. I have no issues; it will not have any impact on me. I am friends with Düzyatan, I can even go to his country for my shoot. And I only brought him here for you people. But you people are ruining the image of our own country. Tomorrow nobody would like to come here.”

Though, Engin made a statement before canceling the agreement with the TikToker

“As the rumors have gone Kashif paid half the amount, they are untrue. Kashif Zameer has not fulfilled any of the conditions stated in the agreement even though the indicated period has passed. This development does not mean I am upset with the country and hopes to visit Pakistan again soon.”

The police detained Chaudhry last year in December as well after the advent of his criminal record. Armed men and accomplices of the suspect were also taken into custody by the police. Back then he claimed that all cases are settled. Nonetheless, the fraudster is finally behind the bars now.

Also Read: PTI’s Faisal Javed Defends Ertugrul’s Engin Altan after Fahad Mustafa’s Remarks

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