Imran Khan has constituted a commission of inquiry into the grievances of Pakistanis residing in Saudi Arabia
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has constituted a commission of inquiry into the grievances of Pakistanis residing in Saudi Arabia. Delays in the legitimate work of workers and extortion will also be investigated. According to the Prime Minister’s Inspection Commission, significant progress has been made in the inquiry into the grievances of Pakistanis residing in Saudi Arabia. The Prime Minister has appointed a team to review the situation and submit a report.
Chairman PMIC Ahmed Yarharaj has formed a four-member inspection team. The inspection team will include officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior, and the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis. The statement said the commission would investigate the lack of embassy services to Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia. The inspection commission will investigate delays and extortion in the legitimate work of the workers. The Commission will review the grievance redressal mechanism of the Pakistani community.
The inspection commission will investigate the embassy’s failure to resolve the issues. Overseas Pakistanis should contact the Prime Minister’s Inspection Commission if they have any information.
Videos or documents related to the complaints can also be shared. It should be noted that Prime Minister Imran Khan had suspended the Pakistani ambassador in Saudi Arabia yesterday for abusing workers at the Pakistani embassy.
He also directed the inspection commission to investigate the matter. Similarly, the staff responsible for public relations in Pakistani embassies and consulates have been recalled.
In this regard, the Prime Minister’s Inspection Commission has been given the responsibility to investigate the matter.
The inspection team will complete the investigation in 15 days and submit a report to the Prime Minister. The commission will investigate the harassment of Pakistanis by the embassy.