Wasi Ahmed, a Punjabi journalist writing for the Baluchistan Express, was shot in the stomach in April and died in a Karachi hospital. Muhammad Khan Adil, who reported for Dunya TV, was injured by a roadside bomb, also in Baluchistan.
A Quetta journalist remarked: “Baluchi journalists are targeted by the security forces while journalists from the Punjab are targeted by Baluchi separatist groups. We are trapped between the devil and the deep blue sea.”
In the Punjab, Tariq Javed Malik of Dawn News was shot dead in Lahore in March by robbers who had demanded money and his cellphone. Punjab chief minister Sharif announced a grant of a million rupees to his family and set up a special team to investigate his death.
Raja Assad Hameed of The Nation was shot dead as he arrived at his home in Islamabad. In Multan, journalists demonstrated against the two murders, which occurred within a few days. They shouted slogans against the government and the police.
A freelance, Amir Wakeel, was shot dead in January near Rawalpindi.
Imtiaz Alam, secretary-general of the South Asia Free Media Association, was hurt in February when four bearded men attacked his car with sticks. He said it was an attempt to stop him speaking out against terrorism.
A strong force of police at Larkana in March arrested Madoo Unnar, who is accused of murdering TV cameraman Munir Sangi in a gun battle between two communities in 2006. He was remanded to jail.
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