Senior Journalist Adeel Alvi Tortured by Shikarpur Police Officer, Outrage Sparked Among Journalists

SHIKARPUR: In a shocking incident of assault on press freedom, senior journalist Adeel Alvi, Chief Reporter of Daily News, was reportedly tortured by Madagar incharge Khalil Laghari along with 155 Madagar personnel. The incident occurred when Alvi was pursuing a public matter and attempted to question Laghari.

Narrating the harrowing experience, Adeel Alvi revealed that not only was he subjected to physical violence, but also faced threats of dire consequences for raising questions regarding a public issue. The attack on Alvi has sparked widespread condemnation and outrage among journalists across the Sindh province.

In response to the incident, journalists have united in protest, demanding justice for Adeel Alvi and stringent action against the alleged perpetrator, Khalil Laghari. They have called upon the Inspector General of Sindh Police and SSP Shikarpur to ensure that the rule of law is upheld and that those responsible for assaulting a member of the press are held accountable.

The assault on Adeel Alvi serves as a grim reminder of the challenges faced by journalists in the line of duty, particularly when they seek to uncover the truth and hold authorities accountable. It underscores the pressing need for the protection of press freedom and the safety of journalists across the country.

As the case gains traction, the journalistic community remains steadfast in its demand for justice, vowing to continue their struggle until accountability is achieved and the rights of journalists are safeguarded.

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