Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on overseas Pakistani, Zulfikar Bukhari, said that between 20 and 28 April more than 6,500 Pakistanis stranded abroad will be returning.
In his tweet, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan advised passengers “to become familiar with travel SOPs before getting on board to avoid any inconvenience”.
Bukhari posted a number of scheduled flights, as well.
Earlier Zulfikar Bukhari also said that the Pakistani expatriates had donated over Rs. 100 million to the COVID-19 Relief Fund of the prime minister in response to the website his ministry launched.
“Over 646,580 dollars (Rs. 100 million) has been donated by the Overseas Pakistanis so far,” said Zulfikar Bukhari, addressing the Virtual Town Hall Meeting organized by the Pakistani Americans to discuss the problems faced by their U.S. compatriots in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.