Saudi Arabia releases another 28 Pakistani prisoners
ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia has released another 28 Pakistani prisoners in Damam city of the Kingdom.
Pakistan International Airline’s flight 9246 with 28 released Pakistani will arrive in Lahore on Tuesday (today). These prisoners were involved in minor offenses in Saudi Arabia.
Pakistan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Bilal Akbar at the directives of Prime Minister Imran Khan has been striving to get freedom of the Pakistanis detained in minor cases.
Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib in a tweet has also said, “Pakistanis imprisoned in Saudi Arabia are returning home today.”
Last month, 63 Pakistani prisoners, recently released by Saudi Arabia, also returned to the country due to the prime minister’s efforts.