Pakistan’s celebrated amateur snooker prodigy, Ahsan Ramzan, is entangled in a legal predicament after his snooker club operated beyond permitted hours.
The Late Night Incident and Custody
The 21-year-old, who secured the title of the second youngest world amateur snooker champion, was taken into custody by local authorities following an incident that unfolded late last night.
His co-owned Lahori snooker club was found operational until 2 am, violating the mandated closing time of 10 pm set by the local police.
Despite Ramzan’s attempts to assert his innocence. He underwent a distressing ordeal before being released at the intervention of a friend.
Ramzan’s Disappointment and Concern
Expressing his deep sense of frustration, Ramzan criticized the treatment meted out to him by the authorities. He is concerned that the incident could tarnish his contributions to Pakistan’s reputation in international snooker.
Appeal for Inquiry
Ramzan urged Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi to initiate an inquiry into the incident.
Despite his accolades and accomplishments, Ramzan rose to fame in 2021 as the second youngest snooker player to win the world amateur snooker championship.
He stands alongside the ranks of only two other Pakistani snooker players, Mohammad Yousuf and Mohammad Asif, who have won the prestigious title.