Senior journalist Sami Abraham, who had gone missing on May 24, has returned.

Dawn News TV reporter Shakeel Qarrar also confirmed the development.

 Sami Abraham at a hospital in Islamabad. — Photo provided by Shakeel Qarar
Sami Abraham at a hospital in Islamabad. — Photo provided by Shakeel Qarar

Abraham was reportedly taken away by unidentified men in Islamabad last week, according to family, who claimed that there was no information about his whereabouts.

Ali Raza, the brother of Abraham, had subsequently filed a complaint of abduction at Aabpara Police Station.

In a tweet, Abraham expressed gratitude to God.

Meanwhile, BOL News journalist Siddique Jan also took to Twitter to announce Abraham’s comeback and expressed hope that Imran Riaz Khan would also be back soon.

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