331 Pakistani prisoners released from Malaysian jails and reaching back to home

Foreign Office331 Pakistani prisoners released from Malaysian jails and reaching back to home

Monitoring Desk: In a historic diplomatic breakthrough Embassy of Pakistan in Malaysia has managed the release of 331 Pakistani prisoners from different jails and has sent them home by two Malindo Air Chartered flights on Sunday, May 17, 2020.

The prisoners would be reunited with their loved ones and celebrate Eid with families. This is the highest number of repatriation of prisoners in a single day.

   

The High Commission is grateful to the Malaysian Government and Immigration Department for flawless completion of this gigantic task.

331 Pakistani prisoners released from Malaysian jails and reaching back to home
331 Pakistani prisoners released from Malaysian jails and reaching back to home

 

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