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Elly-Rami Controversy: Elly Mangat Sent To 2 Day Police Remand!

By: Harleen Kaur | September 12, 2019

Amidst the ongoing social media spat between Punjabi singers Elly Mangat and Rami Randhawa, the latest update confirms that Elly Mangat has been sent to 2 days police remand by the Mohali court. He's also been booked under the charges of hurting religious sentiments. 

On Tuesday, police had booked the Randhawa brothers Rami Randhawa and Prince Randhawa along with Harkirat Singh Mangat aka Elly Mangat, for allegedly threatening each other on social media over a petty issue for the last few days. During their respective live sessions, they challenged each other for a head-on confrontation at Purab Apartments, Sector 88 Mohali, on September 11.

Yesterday, during his live session on his social media page, Elly challenged Rami to confront him as he had reached Rami's society but before things could go any further, Elly was nabbed by the police officials present there and was taken into custody after which his fans and followers flooded the police station but none were allowed to get close to the place.

This war of wards has now reached High Court where Rami Randhawa's arrest has been questioned by his lawyers. Rami's brother Prince has filed a petition in the High Court in which he has stated serious allegations against the police. 

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What started as a publicity stunt has now taken a serious turn. This war of words has now become a criminal matter. It has been reported that Elly had created a ruckus with his acquaintances in Mohali. Even though the man knew that there's heavy police force outside the residence of Rami Randhawa, he still reached the location and challenged him of a face off. Many youngsters, who were present there were also taken into police custody and some were even subject to lathi charge. 

For now, Rami Randhawa is out on bail but Elly will have to stay in jail for the next two days! 

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