After nearly half a decade in captivity, Shahbaz Taseer is finally home.
And there’s a lot he missed out on.
While he’s still adjusting to all the new forms of social media (hello, Instagram!), Twitter is something he used regularly even before he got kidnapped.
The son of former Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, Shahbaz was abducted from Lahore in 2011, just months after his father was shot for opposing the country’s controversial blasphemy laws.
He was picked up by security forces in Balochistan on March 8, though the circumstances of his release remain murky.
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Well, now he’s back and on Tuesday, Taseer engaged in a light-hearted question and answer session with over 14,000 followers. Here are the highlights of the chat:
Think he’ll be binge watching Homeland? Think again!
Some wondered if he had access to music.
The answer is no but hey, he made the best of a bad situation.
He can listen to music now and what’s he digging these days might come as a shocker to some.
What does he feel has changed the most in his time away?
He missed a lot of things being away from home.
They say when you go through something like he did, it gives you a new found outlook to life. It seems like that’s true; Taseer wants to check certain things off his bucket list.
We forgive him for spelling bungee wrong.
Courtesy : Dawn News