180 Pakistanis from Libya to reach home on Tuesday

KARACHI: Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International, Ansar Burney, has announced that an another special flight of ‘Buraq Air’ with 180 rescued Pakistanis (stuck in Libya after Civil War) would reach Pakistan on Tuesday (tomorrow).

He paid appreciated response from President Mamnoon Hussain, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and Ambassador of Pakistan in Libya Lt General (Retd) Javed Zia for responding on the SOS call of Ansar Burney Trust and for once again starting more chartered rescue flights to Libya to bring back home the remaining Pakistanis stuck after civil war in Libya.

Burney said in a statement that thousands of stranded Pakistanis had already reached back home Pakistan and now more special rescue flights once again restarted to bring back remaining of them.

He said the ‘Ansar Burney Trust International’ had the honour to raise and to take-up this issue before the high authorities of Pakistan and it was a good omen that the government of Pakistan had taken the notice of our appeal and rescue work has been initiated to save the innocent live of the miserable Pakistani fellows.

Burney said that in case of any problem, the relatives of Pakistanis in Libya could contact Director of the Trust Shagufta Burney, Advocate at Ansar Burney Trust International, 6 – Hassan Manzil, Arambagh Road, Karachi. Phone (021) 32623382 Mobile: 0300 8243460 or by email: contact@ansarburney.org

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