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Journalist Sami Ibrahim returns home

Sami Ibrahim went missing from Islamabad on May 24

Journalist Sami Ibrahim returned home on Tuesday.

Well-known journalist Sami Ibrahim, who is a vivid supporter of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, returned home after 6 days of disappearance.

Sami Ibrahim, after returning home, thanked God in a tweet.

According to his Family members, Sami Ibrahim was picked up by unknown persons in Islamabad on May 24.

Upon his return, Ibrahim claimed that he had no knowledge of where he was kept.

Anchor person Sami Ibrahim belongs to “Bol News”, according to his channel, Sami Ibrahim was arrested on Seventh Avenue while returning home from the office.

Ali Raza, the brother of Samia Ibrahim, filed a complaint of abduction at the Abpara police station of the federal capital.

Saman Siddiqui

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