Stuck Pakistani laborers demanding Imran Khan, Army Chief to take immediate steps for their return to Middle East

ISLAMABAD: Stuck overseas Pakistani laborers across the country have demanded the Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to discuss their issues with UAE and Saudi authorities. Overseas Pakistani laborers are stuck in the country due to coronavirus outbreak, but now corona cases decreasing across the world including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Pakistani social media activists have appealed the PM Imran Khan to address the overseas Pakistanis issues, as remember that during the visit of Crown Prince to Pakistan, Imran Khan had said to the prince “These special people are very close to heart because they left their children and families only for their livelihood’s”.
Now stuck Pakistanis are urging Imran Khan to take immediate steps for their return to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates so that they could earn for the livelihood of their children and contribute to the development of their beloved homeland.
They said now we are suffering because of no source of income, most of the overseas Pakistanis visas have been expired now and they facing problems on returning to the Middle East.



Salman Khan,  from Charsadda district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has said that he has been working in Saudi Arabia for the last 7 years.  He came to Pakistan on holiday 8 months ago and got stuck here due to the Corona epidemic. Now he want to go back but facing problems.

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