" Madam Sajida Arain a brave lady journalist of Thatta Sindh and Bureau Chief Royal News Thatta as she has facing great difficulties and after exposing high level Corruptions story of Provincial Minister Sadiq Memon he has ladged…"
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Basically I am Social activist & President of The Helpers Thatta, Mr. Abdul Hussain Mendhro a Senior Journalist of Thatta introduced me in journalism field and now I am working with electronic Media since 2010
Madam Sajida Arain a brave lady journalist of Thatta Sindh and Bureau Chief Royal News Thatta as she has facing great difficulties and after exposing high level Corruptions story of Provincial Minister Sadiq Memon he has ladged four (4) baseless, fabricated and false case of Robbery, Kidnapping against a women journalist details are enclosed herewith for further details required by any journalist kindly directly called Madam Ssjida Arain @ Cell No-+923232689888 accordinglyNews%20Item-%288%29.jpg
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