Free air tickets have been given to the two hundred Pakistani laborers. This has been done with the efforts of the Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis. The goal is to facilitate the laborers in traveling back home from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
It was announced by a known Emirati businessman and Khaleej Times owner Suhail Galadari has announced Rs10 million financial aid for the Pakistanis stranded in the UAE. This was possible because of the efforts of the SAPM Zulfiqar Bukhari
200 air tickets were given to the Pakistanis laborers with the support of Suhail Galadari. Thus, these laborers were able to land in Islamabad, and Multan via Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) special flight on Monday.
During the meeting with Zulfiqar Bukhari back on 25th July, the Emirati businessman promised that he would make arrangements for the safe return of stranded Pakistani laborers.
In an earlier article, we informed our readers that PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) resumed its regular flight operation to the UAE. The spokesperson of PIA Abdullah Hafeez Khan said that the travelers would now be able to travel to Sharjah, Dubai, Al Ain, and Abu Dhabi from Pakistan via PIA’s regular flights.