May 07, 2020
ISLAMABAD—Freedom Network has expressed serious concern over an attack on Dawn correspondent A.B. Arisar's home in Umerkot in Sindh.
In an alert on Twitter, the network condemned the incident and termed the increase in attacks on journalists in Sindh as alarming.
FN, in its Pakistan Press Freedom Report 2019-20 launched on April 30 had declared Sindh the second most unsafe place for media after Islamabad.
Dawn, while quoting Arisar said that police were informed but they returned axes and hammers used in the attack to the culprits and let them sneak away, adding that the attackers were disciples of a pir who wanted to occupy his house.
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