February 18, 2020
ISLAMABAD—Journalist Inamullah Khattak of DawnNews Television asked his Twitter followers on Tuesday to help police locate the assailants who had chased and attacked him four weeks ago in Islamabad.
“Please help @ICT_Police in locating this vehicle. Four weeks back two unknown motorists chased my car. Stopped me and attacked me. They thought they will do their job but I overpowered them. The cowards fled. The question is isb police has not yet traced this special car,” Khattak said a tweet, along with a photo of the vehicle used in the chase. It bears a Sindh registration number of AWU 561.
Please help @ICT_Police in locating this vehicle. Four weeks back two unknown motorists chased my car. Stopped me and attacked me. They thought they will do their job but I overpowered them. The cowards fled. The question is isb police has not yet traced this special car. pic.twitter.com/eudFlpEpWt— Inamullah Khattak (@Khan_Inam1) February 18, 2020
In another tweet, Khattak said he had filed a complaint with the I-9 police. “I had kept the issue secret but now I am 100 percent sure that the black car and the black faces are too mysterious to be traced by police. I will trace you cowards. And I will hit you hard. By hooks or by crooks.”
Aamir Saeed, another journalist, pointed out on twitter that the registration number (if not fake) of the car was quite visible in the photo and this must help police to track it down. “By the way harassment of journalists either by law enforcement agencies or/and armed gangs is becoming a new normal in Islamabad,” he said.
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