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Pakistani guy returns wallet to Indian man in a thrilling Bollywood-style search

His story instantly went viral on social media with users from India and Pakistan pouring out love and appreciation for him for his efforts. Ghazi Taimoor was commended for promoting peace between the two countries. Ghazi Tamoor is grabbing tremendous attention in India and Pakistan.

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A Pakistani guy named Ghazi Taimoor in the UK has been making rounds on social after his story of returning the lost wallet to an Indian man named Rahul went viral on social media.

Ghazi Taimoor on Thursday posted the photo of the wallet he found at Shoreditch High Street in London. In his Twitter post, he added that the wallet belongs to a man named Rahul according to the bank cards.

He said that he will keep posted his followers about his mission to track and trace and Rahul. In the series of tweets, he said that he has been searching for him on all social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter but he seems to be an introvert with no active social media presence.

Taimoor was finally able to track Rahul through Linkedln. He added that through LinkedIn he was able to find that he works for a food and beverage company. He then tried to search the head office of the company through Google Maps but could not find it. With his further research, he found the address of the company that is located on Shoreditch.

 

 

In his amusing yet hilarious Twitter thread, he even posted memes and dialogues of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan.

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After reaching the destination, Pakistani guy Taimoor posted the photo of the company head office and in the last tweet, he shared the photo of the Indian man holding his wallet.

His story instantly went viral on social media with users from India and Pakistan pouring out love and appreciation for him for his efforts. Ghazi Taimoor was commended for promoting peace between the two countries, India and Pakistan.

His story has been widely covered in Indian media outlets. Pakistani Ghazi Taimoor expressed gratitude on his Twitter account for showering him with praise and love. He was excited to see appreciation pouring for him from India particularly.

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