Sahaf urged to surrender to tv job.
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As more details emerged about the incident, the family were forced to return to Lahore.
After the attack, local TV channels began to mention Shahaf’s name in their programmes. They even broadcast his face on the screen during their programs. The same time, he was placed on security alert while a media team led by the Lahore Police arrived at his house and searched his home, searching it for weapons and vehicles. He was not taken into police custody.
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