Friday, 3 Apr 2020

Saudi threatens to take Bangladeshi workers instead of Pakistanis!

Countries participating in the Kuala Lumpur Conference

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan did not attend the ‘Kuala Lumpur Summit’ in Malaysia under pressure from Saudi Arabia. According to the Turkish media ‘Daily Sabah’ report, Pakistan’s biggest and popular media ‘The don’ reported this. Saudi Arabia has threatened to withdraw economic support given to Pakistan by participating in the Malaysia Summit. Imran Khan did not attend the Kuala Lumpur Conference because of that threat.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made such a statement, according to Turkish news media Daily Sabah. Erdogan told the Daily Sabah, “There are currently 400,000 Pakistani citizens working in Saudi. Riyadh has already threatened Islamabad, saying that instead of sending back the Pakistanis, Bangladeshi workers will be recruited.

Erdogan also told Sabah that Saudi Arabia’s money had been withdrawn from the central bank of Pakistan. Meanwhile, ‘The Dawn’ reported that Prime Minister Imran Khan has sent a condolence message to Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mohammad Mahathir’s office, saying he could not attend the conference.

Prime Minister Mahathir Confirm the matter. He also said “This is the wish of Imran Khan. We can never force him. He may not be coming for any personal reasons. There is no obligation.”

In the last month, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad announced a new plan along with Turkey, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Qatar in the name of ‘Kuala Lumpur Summit-2019’. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Qatar’s Emir Seth Tamim bin Hamad Al Sani and Indonesia’s Juko Wisdom participated. In different information, the President of Iran ‘Hasan Rouhani’ also could participate.

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