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Murdered 28

Mohammad Mohsen Hashemi, Presenter of Voice of Najrab Radio

May 21, 2013

The body of Mohammad Mohsen Hashmi, the presenter and technician of Voice of Najrab radio was received from a well near his house in Parayat village of the Najrab district, on May 20

Founder and chief of the private -owned Radio Voice of Najrab, Abul Motalleb Hamed, said the body of Mohammad Mohsen which is shut in his head and has serious injury in the neck.

Mohsen hasemi, 30, who worked at the radio for four years, was presenter of "Murwareed-i-Honar", a literary program and "Roydadhaye Hafte" a social and political program, but he hadn’t come to the station for the last 18 days. He said.

The family members of Mohsen Hashimi were refusing to comment on his death, Abdul Motalleb added.

The district governor, Abdul Wadood Haidari, told the case is appeared to be a family dispute and police has arrested three family members for interrogation.

It is the second case of murder of journalist in Kapisa province in the last three months.

About three months ago, the presenter of private-owned radio, Dunya Zakeri, 18, was found dead in his house in Charikar city, capital of the province.

Dunya's family was refusing to comment on her death and no police action has taken to account yet.

Afghanistan Journalists Center considers these cases major threats to the freedom of expression in the country, especially in Kapisa and call upon local government authorities to pursue them seriously.

 

 

 

 

Muzamel Sadeqi, Reporter of Enekas radio

May 12, 2013

Muzamil Sadeqi, 24, regional reporter of Enekas radio was student of Kunduz university. He had gone missing with his fellow Abdullah Mujahed, on their way to Aliabad district, on April 28.

According to Sayed Sarwar Hossaini, spokeperson for Kunduz province, the bodies of  Muzammel and Abdullah were recovered from a riverside area between in Chahar Dara districts on Friday.

Hussaini said, police had arrested one suspect in connection with the murder and efforts were ongoing to detain the main culprits, he concluded.

Based on a forensic report, they suffered bullet injuries in their heads. Their decomposed corpses were taken to the Kunduz hospital.

Nasratullah Nasrat, editor in chief of Enekas radio told to AFJC, Muzammel had joint the radio 3 months ago as reporter in north region.

The Enekas radio station is based in Jalal Abad, Nangarhar province south east of Kabul.

The station program can be received in Nangarhar, Laghman, Khust, Kunar, Noristan and some area of Pakistani tribal region of Khaibar Pakhtunkha, Nasrat added.

It is the second case of murder in Kunduz province in the last 4 years.

On September5, 2009, Sultan Muhammad Munadi and Times colleague Stephen Farrell were kidnapped by the Taliban in Chahrdarah district of Kunduz.

Five days later, British military rescue mission launched an operation; they freed Farrell, but killed Monadi.

Sadem Khan Bahadorzoi,, the editor in chief of Melma private radio

Urgon, Feb. 22. 2012

Sadem Khan Bahadorzoi,, the editor in chief of Melma private radio, the editor in chief of Melma private radio in Urgon, Paktika was stabbed to death by unknown men.

Yaqub Manzoor, Radio Melma deputy said that Sadem Khan received a phone call on the night of Feb. 21, 2012 from unknown armed men, who asked him to meet out of his house.

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