LAHORE – Saudi Arabia has ousted twenty more Pakistanis for exceeding their visas or damaging the standards of work.
Sources told that the deportees were sent back to Pakistan on isolated flights though Allama Iqbal International Airport experts enabled them to go to their homes after careful cross examination.
As indicated by a report of Saudi daily paper, more than 39,000 Pakistanis have been ousted from the Kingdom in most recent four months. The report additionally expressed that some of them were included in various grievous wrongdoings like sneaking, robberies and medication trafficking.
Besides, 82 Pakistanis have been detained in Saudi prisons on dread doubts.
Abdullah Al-Sadoun, executive of the security board of trustees of the Shoura Council, called for completely investigating the Pakistanis before they are enlisted for work in the Kingdom, the report said.
Prior, 89 Pakistanis, trying to enter Europe wrongfully, were seized by Iranian authorities after which they were given over to organization of Taftan.