Pakistanis demand passport office in Calgary



Raza Naqvi

Overseas Pakistanis are facing hardship to get necessary services and no effort was made by the last governments to resolve the problems.

Famous Social Pakistani Activist Syed Hasan Raza said this while talking to a newsmen.

He told newsman in detail that, residents of Calgary, a major city of Alberta Province, Canada, where thousands of Overseas Pakistani are facing problems as they visit Pakistan Consulate, Vancouver to apply renewal of a Machine Readable Passports (MRP).

However the round road trip is about 2120 km, as they have no other option to reach Vancouver a day before after 10 hours traveling.

It was the demand of residents of Calgary to set up Passport office at local level to avoid extra effort and time, he added.

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