December 12, 2019
ISLAMABAD — Journalist Ahmad Noorani has claimed that a person introducing himself as inspector of an intelligence agency visited his home in his absence on Wednesday.
Calling it an act of harassment, Noorani said in a tweet that when his mother opened the door, the purported inspector said he had come to escort “Noorani for producing him before a high ranking officer at 11 am tomorrow (Thursday).”
The journalist maintained that “this isn’t a decent way to approach somebody. It is rather an act of harassment.”
He said he had shared details of the visitor with a few friends and family members as a precaution.
Today evening around 5:30pm, a person rang the doorbell of my residence. He was in black Toyota Corolla.— Ahmad Noorani (@Ahmad_Noorani) December 11, 2019
He introduced himself as inspector of an intelligence agency. He inquired about me as my mother went to answer the bell....
(Complete statement attached in the image below↓) pic.twitter.com/HKzwKW4nos
Photo: Twitter (@Ahmad_Noorani)
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