Missing Pakistani romantic Salman Haider earnings home

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Salman Haider teaches during Fatima Jinnah Women’s University in Rawalpindi

Pakistani blogger Salman Haider has returned home, some-more than 20 days after disintegrating in a collateral Islamabad.

He was one of 5 magnanimous activists to have left in new weeks.

Mr Haider’s hermit pronounced he was well, though did not divulge where a blogger had been.

The organisation had aired views vicious of a troops or militancy on amicable media. No organisation has certified holding them. The supervision has denied accusations that a tip agencies were involved.

When a activists left in early January, hundreds of people hold protests opposite Pakistan to direct a authorities traced them.

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People protested a disappearance of Salman Haider and 4 other men

Mr Haider, a obvious producer and university professor, was final seen in Islamabad on 6 January, dual days after bloggers Waqas Goraya and his cousin Asim Saeed left in Lahore.

Another blogger, Ahmed Raza Naseer, who has polio, left from his emporium in Skeikhupura nearby Lahore on Saturday.

A fifth activist, Samar Abbas, also left a few days later.

The locale of a other 4 organisation are not known, though a AFP news group on Saturday reported that one of them had been reliable as protected by a family member. The relations asked AFP not to divulge his name.

Pakistan’s supervision voiced regard and said they were investigating.

Supporters of a organisation credit a confidence services of carrying personally arrested them.

During their disappearance, a activists were indicted of heresy on amicable media.

Blasphemy is a critical claim in deeply regressive Muslim Pakistan, and it has stirred serve concerns for their safety.

Pakistan is one of a a world’s many dangerous countries for reporters and tellurian rights activists, and critics of a absolute troops have been detained, beaten or killed.

Mr Haider is a famous supporter opposite enforced disappearances in a restive Balochistan province.

Correction 28 Jan 2017: This story has been nice to explain that usually Mr Haider has returned home.