Media guard dog solicits Pakistan to test slaughtering from writer

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has requested that Pakistan examine the deadly shooting of a nearby columnist in the nation’s southwest.

In an announcement, the media guard dog Saturday requested activity against those in charge of the killing of 37-year-old Mohammad Jan, who was returning home late Thursday night in Kalat region when focused by unidentified aggressors.

The columnist had worked for the Urdu-dialect day by day Qudrat and was instructing at a school.

No gathering guaranteed duty regarding the executing, however Pakistan is viewed as one of the deadliest nations for writers. As per the guard dog, 59 columnists have been murdered in Pakistan from 1992 to 2016.

Prior, Balochistan Union of Journalists and Quetta Press Club office-bearers had likewise censured the columnist’s executing and requested that the administration capture the guilty parties immediately.

More than 40 columnists, including TV cameramen, have lost their lives in various regions of Balochistan in focused slaughtering and suicide bombings in the course of recent years.

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