Pakistan on Thursday repeated its call to the Indian government for lifting the correspondence power outage from the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir taking into account the developing number of coronavirus patients in the domain.
In her week after week press instructions, Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui, while communicating worries over the correspondence power outage, said the Indian government was denying the Kashmir individuals of basic data and supplies of clinical things fundamentally expected to successfully contain COVID-19 pandemic.
She requested that the clinical groups and supplies be permitted to contact the individuals of involved Jammu and Kashmir.
She said that Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, during his collaboration with the SAARC partners as of late, reaffirmed Pakistan’s promise to the SAARC procedure.
She said Pakistan had proposed a video gathering of SAARC wellbeing priests at an early date to organize endeavors to stem the coronavirus in the district.
The representative said it was most extreme undertaking of the Pakistan’s legislature and missions abroad to guarantee the security and early return of our nationals stranded in various pieces of the world.
She said Pakistan’s missions were effectively in contact with the nearby specialists and helping the Pakistani nationals with nourishment, drugs and convenience.
She called attention to that the administration as of late worked unique flights to repatriate the stranded Pakistanis from Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Doha.