How the situation in Afghanistan led to the death of a heroic Photojournalist

An Indian photojournalist was assassinated in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The journalist’s name has been given as Danish Siddiqui. He was in Afghanistan for a few days to report on the newest events. He was connected to the worldwide news outlet Reuters, according to the information.

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Taliban hands over Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui's body to Red  Cross - India News

Danish died at a time when a major conference in Tashkent was taking place on the topic of Afghanistan. This two-day meeting also included representatives from Pakistan and India. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar of India and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan were in attendance.

The situation in Afghanistan, in particular, is becoming extremely difficult. These are difficult not only for those who live here, but also for those who work here. A total of 56 Indians have been returned home from the Indian Embassy in Afghanistan due to the threat. The Taliban’s threat to anyone working here has also escalated dramatically in recent months.

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