In a video message, Ahmed Amjad Ali, Consul General of Pakistan in Dubai and Northern Emirates has said that the Dubai mission in collaboration with its partners has facilitated 110 special flights from Dubai to repatriate around 22,000 stranded Pakistan till date.
Around 55,000 Pakistani expatriates have lost their jobs including 36,000 in the UAE during the last couple of months especially after the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) while a number of new opportunities are also coming out for the skilled labourers in the country.
The letter claimed that Altaf had come under serious financial stress after the event of Aug.22, 2016 when he raised slogans against the unity of Pakistan and his party effectively sacked him.
The repatriation of stranded Pakistanis has been going on as many such community members are visiting daily to seek help from the officials. A majority of Pakistanis have lost their jobs in the UAE due to the coronavirus and are waiting for help.
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Shah Mahmood Qureshi have explored ways of further expanding the prospects of cooperation between the two friendly countries across various fields.
Pakistan presented a Rs7.13 trillion tax-free deficit federal budget in the National Assembly on Friday with its major portions allocated for debt servicing and defence.
In a tweet on Sunday, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Syed Shibli Faraz said the prime minister will receive phone calls from general public at 4pm tomorrow. General public can contact the prime minister by dialing 051-9210809 to directly talk to Imran Khan.
A large number of community members from different segments of life and residents from Sharjah, Dubai and Ajman have attended the first ever ‘open session’ to address their problems from passport renewals to others.