Sunday, November 1, 2020

183 Pakistanis living illegally in France, including Ex ISI chief Shuja Pasha's close relative

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Paris [France], November 1 (ANI): Consulate General Of Pakistan France has mentioned the French specialists to permit a brief remain of Lt General Ahmad Shuja Pasha's sister, who is in the nation to see her sickly relative.

Taking to Twitter, the Consulate stated, "After cross-checking the rundown of deportees gave to us, we have discovered the name of Lt.Gen Ahmad Shuja pasha's sister there. We've mentioned french specialists to give her transitory remain as she needs to see her feeble relative."

It further said that the French specialists have dismissed 183 guest visas following Prime Minister Imran Khan's comments on French President Emmanuel Macron.

"183 guest visa gave to our residents has been discovered to be dismissed by French specialists following the analysis by PM Imran khan. 118 residents with legitimate archives were extradited powerfully. We're at present in contact with french power to give our residents impermanent remain," the Consulate tweeted.

A month ago Samuel Paty, a teacher, was decapitated by a 18-year-old young person on the edges of Paris after he demonstrated kid's shows portraying the Prophet during an exercise.

Macron had vowed to battle "Islamist nonconformity", which he said was taking steps to take control in some Muslim people group around France.

Paty was after death allowed France's most elevated honor, the Legion d'Honneur, and remembered in the public function at the Sorbonne University in Paris.

While this provoked the French President to make harsh move against fear exercises in the nation, Turkey and Pakistan have kept on assaulting Macron's choices.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was cited as saying by CNN, "What is Macron's concern with Islam? What is his concern with Muslims?"

"Macron needs some kind of mental treatment. What else is there to state about a head of state who doesn't have confidence in the opportunity of religion and carries on this route against the large number of individuals of various beliefs living in his own nation?" he added.

In the interim, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had hammered Macron and said that he has "decided to purposely incite Muslims".

Taking to Twitter, Khan stated, "Sign of a pioneer is he joins individuals, as Mandela did, as opposed to separating them. This is when Pres Macron might have put mending contact and denied space to fanatics as opposed to making further polarization and underestimation that unavoidably prompts radicalisation."

"By assaulting Islam, unmistakably without having any comprehension of it, President Macron has assaulted and harmed the slants of millions of Muslims in Europe and over the world."

"The exact opposite thing the world needs or needs is further polarization. Public articulations dependent on obliviousness will make more loathe, Islamophobia and space for radicals," he said in the accompanying tweet. (ANI)

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