IHC seeks government response to Pakistani repatriation from China plea

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Islamabad: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has asked the government on Tuesday to take appropriate measures to repatriate Pakistani citizens stranded in several cities in China following a new coronavirus outbreak in 2019. The incident has claimed 1,018 lives and has so far toe infected It is 43111.

IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah has restored a request for a court order and has asked the court to urge the federal government to return Pakistan to China, while the government is ordered to respond to the case.

The judge asked: “Are we killing our citizens for [the relationship between Pakistan and China?], While he further wonders whether Bangladesh can repatriate its citizens, why Pakistan cannot.

“Repatriation of civilians can be harmful to the friendship between China and Pakistan, which is not a viable position.”

“We have heard that Australia has left its citizens on an island … … you can also leave Pakistani students (from China) on one of the islands near Gwadar on the island.”

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