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Shaheena Shaheen was a journalist as well as a good painter. In February, an exhibition of his paintings was held in Quetta. This photo was taken during that time.
- The name of the female journalist is Shaheena Shaheen, 27 years old Shaheen was the anchor and reporter in Pakistan TV
- Shaheen was shot five times in Balochistan's Turbat, absconding to take her to hospital
A woman journalist was shot and killed on Saturday in Pakistan. Shaheena Shaheen was an anchor and reporter on the government TV channel Pakistan TV. A few days ago he was transferred to Turbat in Balochistan. Prior to Shaheen, a female journalist named Uruz Iqbal was also shot dead in May last year.
According to reports, 61 journalists have been murdered in Pakistan in the 8 years since 1992. In an interview this week, Prime Minister Imran Khan called journalists in Pakistan as safe.
Shaheen was a young journalist
Shaheen previously worked for a private TV channel in Islamabad. After this, he was selected in the government TV channel. After a few months stay in Islamabad, Shaheen was transferred to Balochistan in Turbat. She was also the editor of a local magazine.
Shaheen, 27, was also pursuing her PhD from Quetta University.
Shaheen was killed by entering her house. According to police, the two attackers arrived at his house. As soon as the door was opened, bullets were fired on Shaheen. Shaheen hit five bullets. According to police, an unidentified person took Shaheen in a car and rushed to the hospital. However, he escaped leaving the car after some time. Police is investigating the incident. Shaheen's family has filed a case against some people. These include Shaheen's husband. Shaheen was married five months ago.
The government expressed grief
Balochistan government advocate Liaquat Shahwani expressed grief over the incident. Said- We are looking for those who killed Shaheen and very soon the killers will be arrested. The media watchdog Freedom Network has also expressed grief over the incident and demanded that the slayer be arrested soon.
Journalists not safe in Pakistan
In May last year, female journalist Uruz Iqbal was also shot and killed. She used to work for a private TV channel. The family had accused a local leader of killing him. This was rejected by the police. Till now, the murderer could not be traced. Uruz was murdered outside his office. The attackers came by car and later escaped comfortably. Since 1992, 61 journalists have been murdered in Pakistan.