Stranded Pakistanis to be repatriated in a week

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Staff Reporter
Karachi

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has announced to repatriate Pakistani citizens stranded in different countries within a week.

This was stated by PIA spokesperson Abdullah Hafeez in a statement released on Monday.

He said arrangements have been finalized to repatriate the stranded Pakistani citizens and added that two Boing 777 aircraft are ready for Bahrain.

“Will bring back thousands of stranded Pakistanis across the globe within a week,” the spokesperson said.

Yesterday, Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar had said that flight operation to bring back Pakistanis who were forced to suffer after foreign airlines cancelled their tickets bookings would begin from Monday.

Speaking during a press conference, Ghulam Sarwar had said that 18 flights would be operated to bring back stranded Pakistanis on the directives of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

“We are also taking action against airlines involved in overbooking,” he had said adding that they have been issued show-cause notices.

 

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