Casualty confirms gang story for Rash Masum

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Casualty spoilers follow.

Casualty is undertaking a shocking gang violence storyline for Rash Masum that kicks off in this Saturday's (October 16) episode.

This follows on from recent scenes in which Rash reunited with Hafsa – the sister of his former best friend Sam – who told him that Sam died last year after getting out of prison.

In the upcoming episode, Hafsa knocks on Rash's door with a troubled kid named Rayan in tow, claiming he needs a place to stay. Rash and Rayan bond before the former heads out to work and the latter goes to meet Hafsa.

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On the way, Rayan is stabbed by Kyle from The Farmstead gang, and Rash takes him to the emergency department under the pretence that he's a random guy found on the street.

Kyle is sent to the ED to finish the job, but there encounters Charlie Fairhead, who reminds the youngster that his mum was a big anti-gang campaigner. Kyle decides to instead warn Rayan. Rash overhears this, and says that Hafsa can help.

That's when he learns that Rayan has actually been sending out kids to deal drugs! Hafsa swears that she's actually working undercover, but he's not so sure.

After Kyle helps the police arrest gang leader Tyson, Rash pledges his medical assistance to Hafsa if any other kids get hurt while she's working undercover.

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That's when Hafsa picks up the phone and tells another gang member that she's got a doctor on her side and under her thumb. Just whose side is she really on?

Casualty airs these scenes from 9.35pm this Saturday (October 16) on BBC One.

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