Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has demanded an independent inquiry into the killing of Najim Jokiyo, a video reporter from Karachi, the capital of Pakistan’s Sindh province. According to reports, Nazim said in his video report that Arabs were coming to Pakistan to hunt from the Gulf. The RSF says those behind the murder of a journalist should be identified and brought to justice.
Hobra bastard hunting banned in Pakistan
According to the RSF report, the video ends when a person approaches the camera and catches him threatening him. Jokhio created the video with the aim of drawing attention to the endangered species of Asian Hubara Bustard. Hunting of bustard birds is officially banned in Pakistan. However, this is only allowed for members of the Arab royal family. Jogio covered up the arrival of several “foreign guests” to reveal the whole thing.
The Pakistani leader had invited the journalist home
The report said he reached the Jangshahi area at the invitation of Sindh legislator Jam Owais Kohram Jokio. After several threats, the Pakistani leader invited Jokio to his home. Arrived here in Ohio on the afternoon of November 2nd. It was the last time those who saw it in person saw it alive. Police say they have arrested two men on suspicion of murdering Nazim Jokio.
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