'Missing' Lahore journalist Zeenat Shehzadi recovered after two years

Missing Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi found near border with Afghanistan say officials

It was said that she was abducted for fighting the case of the Indian engineer Hamid Ansari who was arrested on espionage charges.

Zeenat Shahzadi, who disappeared in 2015 while working on the case of a missing Indian national in Pakistan, has been recovered by security forces, officials said on Friday.

CIED's chief Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal told the media that non-state actors and anti-state agencies had abducted Zeenat.

The abducted female journalist Zeenat Shahzadi has been recovered from the border areas adjoining Afghanistan, two years after she was abducted from Lahore. "I am thrilled that she is home safe", human rights activist Beena Sarwar said.

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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.

Also, he was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by a military court on charges of illegally entering Pakistan and "spying". She was working with Daily Nai Khaber and also Metro News Channel at the time of her abduction. She knew that her son had gone to Afghanisatan in search of a job in November 2012. Shahzadi was in contact with her mother and went out of the way to help her. Hamid was imprisoned for three years after Zeenat went missing. She had filed an application with the Supreme Court's Human Rights Cell on behalf of Fauzia Ansari, Hamid's mother. Zeenat had travelled to Kohat and discovered that Ansari had been in police custody. Her family has yet to confirm her release. He formed a relationship with a Pakistani woman over Facebook, and panicked when she told him that her parents were pushing her to marry someone else. "She first obtained all the details about Hamid's case and confirmed that his intentions were not mala fide, though he did try to enter Pakistan illegally". Law enforcement agencies exercise unrestricted powers under the Pakistan Protection Act of 2014.

The family of Zeenat was devastated after her kidnapping by intelligencve agencies. However, her disappearance hit the headlines when her brother, Saddam, 17, committed suicide in March 2016.

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