ISLAMABAD: Pakistani journalist Anas Mallick who had gone lacking in Kabul a day in the past is “secure”, Pakistani envoy Mansoor Ahmed Khan mentioned Friday after speaking to him on cellphone.
“Concerning experiences about Pakistani journalist Anas Malik, I’ve simply talked to him on cellphone briefly. He’s in Kabul and secure. Embassy will stay in contact with him,“ the envoy mentioned on Twitter.
Anas Mallick — working with WionNews — additionally tweeted, “I’m again.”
He was in Afghanistan to cowl the primary anniversary of the takeover by the Taliban of the nation. The journalist reached Kabul on August 3.
Mallick went lacking on Thursday after submitting a narrative in regards to the ‘safehouse’ the place Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in a drone strike.
“We on the Overseas Workplace are deeply involved in regards to the disappearance of Anas Mallick, FO correspondent, from Kabul yesterday,” the FO had mentioned in an announcement on Twitter after experiences emerged that he’s lacking.
It had added that they’re in contact with native authorities and Pakistan Embassy in Kabul for his early and secure return to Pakistan.
The WION journalist has not too long ago interviewed Overseas Minister Bilawal Bhutto in Tashkent throughout an SCO moot.