November 05, 2020
QUETTA—Journalist Bayazid Khan Kharoti has accused Balochistan’s chief minister of his abduction in Quetta and registration of FIR on Wednesday.
A video clip shared on social media showed Khan in handcuffs as he told journalists he was kept in illegal confinement for eight hours at an unidentified place.
“After reports of my abduction spread on social media, they handed me over to the police late at night,” Khan said. “I only reported on the vehicles in the protocol and did not abuse anyone as claimed by officials.”
He suggested that CCTV footage from the scene would make everything clear. “The chief minister’s people abducted me.”
Photo courtesy: Freedom Network
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