November 18, 2022
ISLAMABAD—The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights on Friday declared the killing of Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif a "planned murder."
A report on BBC Urdu said that Martin Mavinjina, a special advisor to the head of the commission, told Pakistan's Geo TV that it was a planned murder.
Sharif was killed in Kenya on October 23.
"It is now very clear that he (Arshad) was under a scanner and that the killers were looking for the right opportunity," he said. "But the question is that how come security agencies came to know that Arshad was present in a particular area."
He rejected the assertion of the Kenyan police that it was a case of mistaken identity. Mavinjina also questioned the police version regarding the vehicle in which Sharif was traveling.
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