Famous Journalist & Social Activist Shaheena Shaheen Shot Dead In Turbat

 Famous Journalist & Social Activist Shaheena Shaheen Shot Dead In Turbat

According to officials, Shaheena Shaheen who was a renowned social activist and a journalist from Gwadar was shot dead by unidentified men in Turbat. Famous Journalist & Social Activist Shaheena Shaheen Shot Dead In Turbat.

The flashing news is shuddering and a screaming question on the country’s law and order situation. Since how long a blind bullet will keep on targeting the gallant voices, it is heart-rending.

Specifics about the Courageous Lady, who does not Exist Anymore!

Shaheena Shaheen Baloch, a chivalrous Baloch woman journalist, was shot and killed in Kech, Balochistan on Saturday. Shaheen was a morning host at PTV Bolan and was the Editor of Balochi magazine Dazgohar. She had been constantly getting death threats and warnings by the Baloch militants to leave her job.

Famous Journalist & Social Activist Shaheena Shaheen Shot Dead In Turbat

On Saturday she was brought to a local hospital in critical condition after being shot twice. Shaheena was performing her duties in a war-zone city which is approximately 700 kilometres from the provincial capital of Quetta, has been frequently targeted by militants. On July 21, at least one person was killed and seven others sustained injuries in a bomb blast at a market in Turbat.

The area was sensitive and life attenuation where Shaheena was covering news. The province, in recent months, has seen an increase in attacks. Earlier in May, six security forces personnel, including one officer, were martyred when a remote-controlled improvised explosive device (IED) struck their vehicle near the Pakistan-Iran border.

The hospital sources told The Express Tribune!

“The owner of the vehicle, in which Shaheena was brought, fled soon after dropping the victim. However, the police managed to seize the vehicle later on.”

According to Police officials

“Shaheena was shot at a housing quarter in Turbat and unidentified assailants left her body at the hospital. An investigation into the homicide has been launched following medico-legal formalities at the hospital. Three bullets were fired at her. The circumstances of the murder are currently unknown.

Balochistan government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani speaks to the media officials!

“The incident is extremely unfortunate and police were fully cooperating with the deceased’s family.”

We are repentant on the tragic incident and extend condolence to the deceased family.

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