ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday declared that the authorities had attracted 250,000 stranded Pakistanis and overseas employees, saying the authorities will continue to encourage overseas Pakistanis”in every conceivable way”.
Taking to Twitter, PM Imran reported that the authorities had succeeded in bringing back 250,000 Pakistanis from throughout the world”despite enormous disruptions in global aviation”.
“Despite enormous disruptions in global aviation, we’ve fulfilled our promise of bringing stranded Pakistanis & our overseas employees. 250,000 Pakistanis from around the globe have been brought home. My govt will continue to encourage overseas Pakistanis in every manner imaginable,” he tweeted.
Last month, the prime minister had accepted the resumption of flights following Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari increased the issue with him.
Afterwards the national government had declared it would offer employment to the discounted Overseas Pakistanis and also have ready a particular portal to ease jobless returning nationals.
Registration started on the site of National Employment Cooperation for its discounted Overseas Pakistanis, where people who have lost their jobs and have returned home from overseas will have the ability to acquire re-employment.
Special Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari had shared that via the stage returning Pakistanis will have the ability to submit an application for re-employment overseas, accredited training and may also enroll for financial aid from the authorities.