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Akash Ram, marketing head of BOL News, abducted in Karachi, Pakistan

“Pakistan: Hindu man Akash Ram, marketing head of BOL News, abducted in Karachi”, OpIndia, April 13, 2023:

“A Hindu man in Pakistan was abducted from outside his residence in Karachi. Akash Ram, the marketing director of Bol News, was kidnapped In the early hours of Tuesday, which was captured on CCTV cameras. He was driven away in a silver car that was frequently spotted in front of the Karachi headquarters of the media organisation.

Akash Ram was abducted along with his security guard and two other servants. The CCTV cameras installed nearby were found to be destroyed.

His mother is seen constantly pleading with police for her son’s safe return in a video that has gone viral online. She revealed that she was sleeping when her younger son informed her about her elder son’s abduction….”

Read the full article at OpIndia.com

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