Published On: Mon, Mar 24th, 2014
Published in Category: Islamabad

FO directs Pakistan High Commission in Malaysia to help stranded Pakistanis

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ISLAMABAD: Foreign Ministry has directed Pakistan Higher Commissioner in Malaysia for acquittal of stranded, illegal residents and imprisoned Pakistanis in Malaysia.

The PM complaints cell Incharge Prime Minister Complaints’ cell and federal minister for parliamentary affairs. Sheikh Aftab Ahmed has announced that was also in contact with Pakistan Embassy in Malaysia and expected to bring more than 200 expatriates back to Pakistan soon.

During his telephonic conversion with Chairman Pak News Forum, Nisar Ali Khan, he said that Prime Minister was determined to make Pakistan an Asian Tiger and prominent status in the comity of nations.

Sheik Aftab said that illegal and stranded Pakistani women, elderly, ailing and students will be brought back in the first phase and the government was also in contact with the governments of Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and other countries to resolve similar problem.

He highlighted that Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) believes in politics of public service adding that eradication of terrorism, lawlessness and unemployment is the top priority of the government.

While replying to a question, he said after the Metro service in Lahore the residents of Rawalpindi will also be facilitated by launching of public transport , as their valuable time will also be saved.}