August 05, 2022
KABUL—Anas Mallick, a Pakistani broadcast journalist, has gone missing in Kabul, according to reports circulating on social media.
In a tweet, journalist Mona Khan said: "Our friend and colleague Anas Mallick is missing in Kabul since Thursday afternoon...His both no's are off. Prayers for his safe return."
According to her, Pakistan Embassy in Kabul took up this matter with the Taliban government and law enforcement agencies. "[However] No traces yet found of him nor anyone claimed having him."
A day before he went missing, he tweeted: "Hello from Kabul in Afghanistan, a year on and we are back here to cover the first anniversary of the fall of Kabul/takeover by the Taliban of the country. #Afghanistan."
Currently working as bureau chief Pakistan for WIONews, Mallick has extensive experience in broadcast journalism. Previously, he worked for various news channels in Pakistan, such as GNN TV, Neo News, ARY News, Express News, and Capital TV. He was also associated with foreign media such as Republic TV India and contributed to other international TV channels.
Photo: Twitter (@AnasMallick)
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