Cowade: Pakistan criticizes UK for keeping travel on ‘red list’

Cowade: Pakistan criticizes UK for keeping travel on ‘red list’

Federal Minister for Human Rights Shirin Mazari on Monday slammed the UK for its “weak excuse” of keeping Pakistan on the travel red list, saying it had never asked Pakistan to reconsider its decision on the country’s corona virus situation. Did not ask for data related to

Mazari said in a nutshell that the British government was dominated by “endo files”. “Ridiculous! The British government, which is dominated by endo-files and has documented India’s continued destructive handling of global epidemics, has put India on the amber list but keeps Pakistan in the red.” Opposition MPs, under pressure from parliamentarians, then offer weak excuses that Pakistan did not share the data.

He said the British government had never asked for the data, adding that it was publicly available. He said that there is a central and daily updated database anywhere in the National Command and Operations Center. “First , [the] The British government had given another excuse that they were more Pakistani travelers than Indians. [had] Test positive! Change of round posts! The minister said

Pakistan was placed on the red list in early April, followed by India on April 19 due to the growing number of cases and the appearance of a delta. In an update released by the British government, India, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates were moved to the amber list from August 8 (Sunday) while Pakistan remained on the red list.


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