April 07, 2017
ISLAMABAD – BOL Media Network’s new promo announcing the impending arrival of BOL newspaper says it will be available in all regional languages of Pakistan.
To ensure the paper reaches every nook and corner of the country, the network has developed an easy subscription system.
Currently, there exists no proper system of subscription and BOL claims it is introducing it for the first time.
Besides regional languages like Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Punjabi and others, the paper will also be in Urdu and English.
The price of the product will be quite low, according to the promo, and the paper in a string of different languages will help children learn all languages of Pakistan. It will have news in three languages – Urdu, English, and regional.
“This newspaper will be a ray of hope for parents who cannot send their kids to school. A literate Pakistan is BOL’s dream and to see its fulfillment, BOL wants to make this newspaper an instrument of active education.”
The promo said that over 1 million copies will be published daily – more than all newspaper copies put together in Pakistan.
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