PM Imran grieves over lack of 13 Pakistanis in Jordan home fireplace

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed profound condolences over the unhappy demise of 13 Pakistanis within the unlucky fireplace incident in Jordan, ARY Information reported on Monday.

In his condolence message, the Prime Minister prolonged his sympathies to the bereaved households over the tragic loss and has assured his assist on this tough time.

He additionally expressed gratitude for the cooperation being prolonged by the Jordanian authorities to the Pakistan Mission in Amman and to the grief-stricken household.

The ambassador and Pakistan embassy officers are involved with the household and offering all potential help.

Learn Extra: 13 Pakistanis together with eight kids killed in Jordan fireplace

International Workplace spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal confirmed on Monday that that 13 Pakistani nationals together with seven kids, 4 girls and two males residing in Jordan have expired attributable to a fireplace that broke out of their tent.

In a press release, Dr. Faisal mentioned that three different Pakistanis had been additionally injured within the fireplace incident and are reported to be in steady situation. He mentioned that each one the victims had been residing close to Karameh metropolis which is 40 kilometers west of Amman close to the Lifeless Sea.

The spokesperson mentioned that the victims belonged to Joya Household from Dadu District in Sindh province and added that the top of household, Mr. Ali Sher Joya, has survived within the incident.

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