Special Assistant Zulfi Bukhari said that 21,000 Pakistanis have lost their jobs in Arab countries. If 7,000 people return every week, anger and anxiety will be decreased.
According to details, in an interview to a British broadcaster, Zulfi Bukhari said that after the suspension of flight operations due to Corona, efforts are being strengthened to deport Pakistanis and soon 7,000 Pakistanis are being deported every week.
The Special Assistant also said that the government was working to ensure that Pakistanis who had been sent abroad on leave after the COVID-19 epidemic returned to their jobs once conditions improved.
Zulfi Bukhari added that there was no pressure on Pakistan from the Gulf countries to recall its citizens.
Shukria, Pakistanis in KSA!
I’m humbled by your overwhelming response for our Virtual Townhall Meeting today.All of your points are registered & will be taken care of
Proud of our community for stepping up for the most vulnerable when it’s most needed, I’m here for your support pic.twitter.com/573nZD7Akr
— Sayed Z Bukhari (@sayedzbukhari) April 29, 2020
Earlier, Special Assistant to the PM for Overseas Pakistanis Syed Zulfi Bukhari has expressed gratitude to Pakistani Diaspora in Singapore for sending help amid the coronavirus outbreak in Pakistan.