Abdullah Abdullah rebuffs Indian journalist’s propaganda, advises to act ‘professionally’
Former Chief Executive of Afghanistan, Dr Abdullah Abdullah has rejected the Indian media’s ‘baseless and false’ propaganda.
Naveen Kapoor, a journalist who is associated with the Indian news agency ANI, claimed in a tweet on social media yesterday that Abdullah Abdullah had been taken into custody by the Taliban and transferred to an unknown location.
Shortly afterwards, Dr Abdullah Abdullah denied reports that he had been detained by the Taliban.
The Afghan leader shared an Indian journalist Naveen Kapoor’s tweet and said, “A false and baseless report circulated by Naveen Kapoor, and then it was delated on Taliban arresting me and transporting me to an unknown location. I reject it as baseless and false. I call on journalists to act professionally and check the facts before publishing it.”
A false and baseless report circulated by @IamNaveenKapoor, and then it was delated on Taliban arresting me and transporting me to an unknown location. I reject it as baseless and false. I call on jourinalist to act professionally and check the facts before publishing it. pic.twitter.com/bs7niiZIi2
— Dr. Abdullah Abdullah (@DrabdullahCE) September 10, 2021
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