A Story Of Lost Wallet That Brought India, Pakistan Together

Photo Courtesy: Tribune.pk

Disregard Veer-Zaara, Main Hoon Na, Mission Milap – and you can say, Bobbywood’s number one Twitter account. There is a lost wallet in the city that has brought Indians and Pakistanis together more than some other political system.

Ghazi Taimoor, a Pakistani occupant living in London, went over an earthy colored wallet, loaded with Rahul’s bank cards, on Shoreditch High Street. Taimoor then, at that point took to Twitter and pledged to return the pack to its proprietor and took web-based media clients to search for him.

“Folks! I just discovered this road pack at Shoreditch High. The name on the bank card proposes that this sack has a place with Rahul R ******. It’s an ideal opportunity to GET RAUN DOWN. Will keep informing you all,” he composed on Twitter.

Photo Courtesy: Parhlo.com

Later when he shared in his tweet that he has found Rahul, people went crazy and showed positive response towards his action. Taimoor then, at that point shared his appreciation on Twitter and shared, “I have a little dismal face when I type this, yet I am content with the consideration and love I have gotten from outsiders this previous day. A truly challenging year for us all and little thoughtful gestures that make this world a superior spot to live.”

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