The story of a television journalist is going viral on social networks. It is said that his condition has gotten so bad that he has to sell street food. Many people are seen expressing sympathy for the journalist in this post.
The issue is from Afghanistan. Kabir Haqmali, who worked in the government of former President Hamid Karzai, has shared a journalist’s story in a tweet. He has also shared three photos. In one, he is seen sitting in a presenter pose in a studio. In another, he is seen sitting on the side of the road with some luggage.
Kabir Haqmali tweeted and wrote: The life of journalists in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime. muse mohammadi She worked on television channels as a presenter and reporter for years. Now they don’t even have money to feed the family. She earns some money selling street food. The Afghan people have faced unprecedented poverty since the end of democracy.
The life of journalists in #Afghanistan under the #taliban. Musa Mohammadi worked for years as a presenter and reporter on different television channels, now he has no income to feed his family. & he sells street food to earn some money. #afghans suffer unprecedented poverty after the fall of the republic. pic.twitter.com/nCTTIbfZN3
— Kabir Haqmal (@Haqmal) June 15, 2022
Many Indians have also commented on this post. A user wrote: Love and affection from India… I hope the Indian government will help these people. Another wrote: Come to India, there are more opportunities here.
Previously, Kabir had shared the video of another journalist through a tweet. He later told about the incident with Ekram Ismati. He wrote: This is an Afghan journalist, Ekram Ismati. The Taliban kidnapped him from PD5 in Kabul. He was beaten and humiliated simply because he was wearing jeans and had a shaved beard. Ekram’s phone was illegally searched and he was threatened with death.
This is Ekram Esmati, a #Afghan journalist. he was kidnapped by #taliban this morning on PD5 #Kabul, beaten and humiliated just because he was wearing jeans and had a shaved beard. They illegally searched his phones and threatened to kill him. #Afghanistan #JournalismIsNotACrime pic.twitter.com/tcNBObeQlf
— Kabir Haqmal (@Haqmal) June 14, 2022