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First female missing journalist returns home after two years

First female missing journalist returns home after two years”

A Pakistani woman journalist, who went missing in Lahore in 2015, has been rescued by security forces.

Iqbal stated that the tribal groups of Balochistan and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provinces helped a lot in her recovery.

A human rights activist, Beena Sarwar said, "Zeenat Shahzadi today has been reunited with her family in Lahore and we are happy for her safe recovery".

Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi who mysteriously went missing while tracing an "Indian spy" in Lahore in 2015, has returned home after two years on Friday.

Zeenat Shahzadi had reached Kohat and found that Ansari was in police custody. To make her research stronger, she had also got in touch with Fauzia Ansari, the mother of Hamid Ansari, through social media.

She said that the return of Shehzadi to her family had renewed her hopes of being reunited with her son soon.

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Shahzadi's brother Saddam Hussain was miserable after her kidnapping due to which he committed suicide in March previous year bringing her case back to headlines.

Shahzadi was reported to have been abducted by Pakistani agencies.

Hamid Ansari from Mumbai has been held captive in a Pakistani jail since the past five years.

Shahzadi had filed an application two years ago on behalf of the mother of Indian national Hamid Ansari with the Supreme Court's Human Rights Cell to admit that Ansari was in the custody of security agencies in Pakistan. Incidentally, Ansari was sentenced to three-years imprisonment for espionage, months after Shahzadi's disappearance. She said she didn't know who abducted her but said she strongly pursued Hamid's case with the government. She was working with Daily Nai Khaber and also Metro News Channel at the time of her abduction. A week before her disappearance, she was detained by plainclothed men and grilled for four hours after she spoke to the Indian High Commissioner at a public event.

It must be noted that Zeenat, 25, had raised her voice against the cases of missing persons in Pakistan. "In addition to the missing persons' crisis, Pakistan ranks sixth in the Committee to Protect Journalists' list of the 20 deadliest countries for journalists in the world, and as the ninth worst country in the world for impunity for crimes against journalists", it said.



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