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Pakistan: More Than 80,000 Cell Phones Snatched In A Year

Hina Safdar at Chowrangi informs that More than 80,000 cell phones were snatched last year in Pakistan and almost 75% of them were of one brand.

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  • Jamshaid Khan Barki

    The more one investigates, the more one comes to know, how the ruling party of Karachi for the last ten years is using it as a source of incom. More than 36000 mobile snatching in a single year in Karachi is itself a proof of failure of the ruling party of Karachi. The party is using it as a source of incom. Police is also involved in street crimes in karachi takes her shares and we know the police is totally controlled by the govt. The party is also famous for extortion money in karachi because of no other source of incom.

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