Nawaz Sharif came Karachi to express solidarity with Hamid Mir, He should have also visited families of martyrs - Dr.Shahid Masood

Nawaz Sharif came Karachi to express solidarity with Hamid Mir, He should have also visited families of martyrs - Dr.Shahid Masood

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