Karachi: Actress Mansha Pasha—wife of a well-known social activist, lawyer and politician Jibran Nasir— said that around 15 armed men forcibly took away Jibran with them in Karachi.
Actress Mansha shared a video statement that armed men in a white Vigo blocked the road, intercepted and crashed their car and took her husband Jibran Nasir.
She requested people to pray for her husband's early return home.
On the other hand, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan expressed serious concern over the abduction of the lawyer, demanding that Jibran be returned safely immediately and the kidnappers be brought to justice as per law.
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