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Second blank Pakistani blogger found, leaves nation fearing for life: family


By Mehreen Zahra-Malik

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistani blogger Aasim Saeed who went blank progressing this month has been found yet has fast left a nation fearing for his life, his family pronounced on Sunday.

Saeed’s father pronounced his son was incarcerated by “state agencies” while visiting Pakistan from Singapore, yet he did not name that one.

Pakistan’s supervision and Federal Investigation Agency have denied holding any of 5 magnanimous activists who went blank this month.

The troops and other state agencies have declined to strictly comment. The army’s media wing did not respond to questions and phone calls on Sunday.

Saeed’s liberation comes a day after producer and romantic Salman Haider, who left from a collateral Islamabad on Jan. 6, was recovered, according to his family.

Five magnanimous activists, some of whom have posted blogs criticizing a domestic change of a troops and vocalization for a rights of eremite minorities, had any left blank alone given Jan. 4.

Saeed, who is Singapore-based and works in a IT dialect of a German Merck Group, left on Jan. 4 while visiting a eastern city of Lahore.

“It was no one other than a state agencies who took him,” Aasim Saeed’s father, Ghulam Haider, told Reuters, referring to Pakistan’s comprehension agencies.

He pronounced Saeed was picked adult over a amicable media post comprehension agencies deemed “objectionable.”

“My son is not opposite any agency, he is not opposite a troops or supervision and he is not opposite Islam,” Haider said. “The fact that he was set giveaway means that he has been privileged of all charges.”

“The usually instruction Aasim got from a agencies was that he could not give any media interviews,” Haider added.

The military’s media wing did not lapse calls or content messages seeking comment.

Haider pronounced Aasim returned to his residence fast on Saturday yet afterwards left quickly, and messaged a family on Sunday morning to surprise them that he was protected and would call soon.

Haider pronounced Saeed had possibly returned to Singapore or was in Germany.

It is not famous how a 5 activists went missing, yet some rights groups and newspapers have asked either state or troops agencies were in any approach involved.

The Interior Ministry has regularly pronounced it was doing all it could to redeem a blank men.

Shortly after a activists’ disappearances, heresy allegations opposite them seemed on amicable media and in a censure to police.

Friends, family and supporters of all 5 group repudiate they have blasphemed and have denounced a debate to press that charge, that could discredit their lives were they to reappear.

In Pakistan, self-assurance underneath a heresy laws can lift a genocide sentence.

(Writing by Mehreen Zahra-Malik; Editing by Stephen Coates)