Female journalist shot dead in Pakistan

Islamabad: A 27-year-old female journalist has been shot dead in Pakistan. The journalist, identified as Shahin Shahin Baloch, was an anchor and journalist on a government TV channel. He was transferred to Turbat, Balochistan, a few days ago. The journalist's husband was also implicated in the killings.

Shaheen had previously worked for a private TV channel in Islamabad. He was later hired on a government TV channel. After a few months in Islamabad, Shahin was transferred to Balochistan. He was also the editor of a local magazine. Shaheen, 27, also holds a PhD from the University of Quetta.

Shaheen was killed when he entered his home. The two attackers arrived at his home, according to police. As soon as he opened the door, he opened fire on Shahin. Five bullets were fired at Shahin. According to police, an unidentified man took Shaheen to the hospital but shortly afterwards he left his car there and escaped. Police are investigating. A case has been filed against some members of Shahin's family. This includes the name of Shahin's husband.

She is believed to have killed her husband, Shahin, in Balochistan. According to a report in 2018, 50 people, including 30 women, were killed in Balochistan in the name of honor. The report was prepared by The Arat Foundation. The organization is working for women's rights. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein.

Earlier, in May last year, a female journalist, Uruj Iqbal, was shot dead. He was working on a private TV channel. Family members allege a leader killed his daughter, but police denied it. To date, the killer has not been identified. Uruj was killed outside his office.

According to the report, 61 journalists have been killed in Pakistan since 1992, in 28 years. In an interview this week, Prime Minister Imran Khan said journalists were safe in Pakistan.