Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi who mysteriously went missing while tracing an "Indian spy" in Lahore in 2015, has returned home after two years on Friday.
As yet no statement has been issued by the recovered journalist or her family.
Zeenat went missing after filing an application with Pakistan's Supreme Court on behalf of Hamid Nehal Ansari's mother, Fauzia a professor in Mumbai college.
However, fellow journalist Beena Sarwar while quoting Iqbal, in her tweet confirmed Shehzadi's return.
Zeenat Shahzadi was abducted on August 19, 2015 by unknown armed men when she was traveling by an auto-rickshaw in Lahore.
Soon afterwards, Shahzadi was allegedly detained by security agencies and questioned about Hamid.
Later, Pakistani authorities admitted that Ansari was in jail on espionage charges.
The 25-year-old freelance reporter had earlier raised her voice for missing persons in Pakistan.
The security agencies in Pakistan to admit that Ansari was in their custody. He formed a relationship with a Pakistani woman over Facebook, and panicked when she told him that her parents were pushing her to marry someone else. He was arrested for illegally entering Pakistan from Afghanistan to meet a girl he had befriended online, according to reports.
Though the commission has blamed "non-state actors", Pakistan's ISI is notorious for targeting journalist and activists.
Laws like the Pakistan Protection Act, 2014 and the Pakistan Protection Ordinance extend unobstructed powers to law enforcement agencies. I did not even have any contact number for her family, as I never thought I would need one. 1,300 out of a total 3,000 missing people's cases remain pending before the commission. "My sister has not committed any crime in helping an Indian national", Shahzadi's brother, Salman Latif said.
Shahzadi's brother Saddam Hussain was miserable after her kidnapping due to which he committed suicide in March previous year bringing her case back to headlines.