A Pakistani female journalist, who was abducted two years ago for pursuing the case of a jailed Indian engineer, has been rescued by the security forces from an area along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border on Thursday night.
Iqbal added, that Shahzadi had been abducted by non-state actors and enemy intelligence agencies and that she had been rescued their clutches. It was believed that Shahzadi "forcibly disappeared" while she was working on Hamid Ansari's case. She was allegedly kidnapped by unidentified men while she was on her way to work in an autorickshaw from her home in Lahore on August 19, 2015.
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"According to Shahzadi's brother Latif, Shahzadi was repeatedly interrogated and threatened by security forces pressuring her to withdraw from Hamid Ansari's case, but remained steadfast in her commitment to help the family".
Also, he was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by a military court on charges of illegally entering Pakistan and "spying". Shahzadi was due to appear before the Commission on Enforced Disappearances just days after she disappeared.
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Zeenat Shahzadi, 26 years old, worked as a reporter in Daily Nai Khaber and Metro News TV.
Ansari, meanwhile, had gone missing in Pakistan in November, 2012. She took the statement of Ansari and filed the petition in human rights cell of Supreme Court for his recovery.
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Fauzia told Pakistan newspaper that said she was delighted to know about Shahzadi's release. I did not even have any contact number for her family, as I never thought I would need one. He is accused of entering Pakistan's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa region illegally from Afghanistan to meet and marry a Pashtun girl. "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. However, her disappearance hit the headlines when her brother, Saddam, 17, committed suicide in March 2016.