Journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years from Pak-Afghan border

Journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years from Pak-Afghan border

While investigating the case of an engineer of Indian origin who was jailed in Peshawar on espionage charges, A Pakistani journalist named Zeenat Shahzadi was kidnapped two years ago.

While talking to the media, Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal, who is also the head of missing persons commission in Pakistan, confirmed the scribe's return while blaming the "non-state actors" and "enemy aganecies" for her abduction. She was recovered on Wednesday night from near the Pak-Afghan border, the report said.

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

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The CJFE had held a rally on August 19 on the second anniversary of her kidnapping to bring attention to her case and call on the Canadian government to intervene with the Pakistani government for her release. "I am thrilled that she is home safe", human rights activist Beena Sarwar said. "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.

Shahzadi was believed to have "forcibly disappeared" while working on the case of Indian citizen Hamid Ansari.

In 2015, Zeenat had filed an application with the Pakistan Supreme Court's Human Rights Cell on behalf of Hamid's mother Fauzia Ansari.

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Ansari who has been missing since November 2012 was arrested for illegally entering Pakistan from Afghanistan to meet an online friend.

However, no statement has yet been received regarding the recovery of Zeenat Shahzadi from herself or her family. "Her rescue tells me that prayers are answered, and that I can have hope in my heart", said Ms. Ansari, adding that she was eager to know more about the circumstances surrounding Ms. Shahzadi's disappearance.

Zeenat Shahzadi, 26 years old, worked as a reporter in Daily Nai Khaber and Metro News TV.

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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.

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