PublicNews18: Prime minister decides to bring 40,000 Pakistanis stranded abroad
Relevant agencies have been ordered to make preparations in this regard, special flights from Pakistan to different countries will be launched soon.
Islamabad Prime Minister decision to bring 40,000 Pakistanis stranded overseas, ordering relevant agencies to make preparations in this regard, special flights from Pakistan to different countries will be launched soon. ۔ According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan has heard the call of Pakistanis who are trapped abroad.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered that 40,000 Pakistanis trapped abroad should be brought back home. The concerned agencies have been ordered to make immediate arrangements in this regard. It is said that 40,000 flights will be operated to bring back Pakistanis from abroad. The Prime Minister has directed that the Pakistanis from abroad should be brought back to Quarantine and tested.
People should be allowed to go home only after being cleared. In addition, the Prime Minister has directed all provincial governments to release those arrested for violating the Corona Lockdown. The majority of the arrested persons are laborers, so they should be released. Earlier, there was a meeting of the National Coordination Committee chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The four ministers attended the meeting. The meeting will enhance corona testing capacity and public awareness campaign in a more effective manner. At the meeting, all the chief ministers presented their suggestions on the situation of Lockdown and Corona virus. Chief Minister Sindh proposes extension of lockdown, suggesting federal government should consider all Sindh decisions.
The National Coordinating Committee agreed to make joint decisions with the provinces regarding Lockdown. Similarly, the meeting decided that the first phase of the construction sector would be opened tomorrow. The National Coordination Committee meeting also decided to further expand the lockdown across the country, which will be announced in the next 24 hours.