Politicians flayed for not caring Pakistanis

August 2, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International, Ansar Burney, has strongly condemned Pakistani politicians for paying no attention to 18000 Pakistanis who were living and working in Libya including 175 (illegal immigrant Pakistani detainees in Libyan detention centre since 2 to 3 years) and now stuck there after civil war and closure of airports.

Burney said some of politicians were busy in dirty politics in Pakistan while the life of 18000 innocent Pakistanis and Pakistani prisoners in Libya were at stake.

He said that these Pakistanis with their families were in Libya since 1974 or 1980, and were doing businesses or jobs, but now it was getting worst day by day as their lives were now in continuous danger

In the greater interest of Pakistani nationals and humanity, Burney once again urged Pakistan government, specially President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Ministry of Foreign Affairs to assist and help Ansar Burney Trust International so as to save the lives of almost 18000 Pakistanis (including 175 illegal immigrant Pakistani detainees in Tripoli detention centre for the last 2 to 3 years) stuck in Libya after civil war and closures of Airports before it could be too late.

Burney also contacted and took up the matter with Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Niger, Chad and Sudan the neighbouring countries of Libya on humanitarian grounds to allow them to use their territorial ways i.e. sea and air routes to travel to their respective hometowns by issuing necessary visa-at-border to Pakistanis and all other immigrants/foreigners of different countries stuck in Libya due to civil war and unstable condition of law and order so also closure of airports and seaports.

Burney is also in contact with the above neighbouring countries of Libya on humanitarian grounds to help Pakistanis and all other foreign nationals stuck up in Libya due to civil war.

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