ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said so far 250,000 Pakistanis have get back in spite of worldwide air head out disturbances due to the coronavirus pandemic, including that his legislature had satisfied its guarantee to bring back abandoned Pakistanis and abroad specialists.
“In spite of monstrous interruptions in worldwide air travel, we have satisfied our guarantee of bringing back abandoned Pakistanis and our abroad laborers. 250,000 Pakistanis from around the globe have been brought home,” PM Imran said in a tweet on Saturday.
He added his administration would keep on supporting abroad Pakistanis inside and out.
A month ago, the head administrator had endorsed the resumption of worldwide trips after Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari raised the issue with him.
Later the central government had reported it would give work to the excused Overseas Pakistanis and have arranged an uncommon entry to encourage jobless bringing nationals back.
Enrollment started on the site of Overseas Employment Cooperation for the excused Overseas Pakistanis, under which the individuals who have lost their positions and have get back from abroad will have the option to get re-business.
Extraordinary Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari shared that through the stage returning Pakistanis would have the option to apply for re-work abroad, guaranteed preparing and can likewise enlist for money related help from the legislature.