Arshad Sharif's assassination may have been targeted due to discrepancies in the Kenyan police statement: Report

Arshad Sharifs may have been targeted assassination as a result of discrepancies in the Kenyan polices report . Arshad Sharif left Pakistan after filing nearly a dozen FIRs, according to the survey .

Islamabad (Pakistan), December 8: The assassination of Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharifs may have been a targeted assassination as a result of discrepancies in the Kenyan police's report, according to Dawn, which included a two-person fact-finding team led by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, who denied the Kenyan police's testimony of Sharifs assassination, according to the report.In addition, it attracted attention to anomalies in the Salman Iqbal case, the owner of ARY, who made statements in connection with the case.Arshad Sharif left Pakistan after filing nearly a dozen FIRs, according to the survey.According to Dawn, a senior Pakistani journalist was killed in cold blood on October 24 in Kenya while driving from Magadi to Nairobi with his brother Khurram Ahmed about 10:00 pm.

This incident has ignited concerns about the safety of Pakistani journalists, according to a Paris-based media watchdog.Since Shehbaz Sharif took over as Prime Minister in late April, many Pakistani journalists have reported that army-related organizations have threatened them.Pakistan is one of the worlds deadliest countries for journalists, with three to four deaths each year linked to war or illegal trafficking, and many of them go unpunished.

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