Pakistani toddler sent home from KSA after parents sentenced for drug peddling

A 3-year-old woman was introduced again safely to Pakistan from Saudi Arabia on Monday after her mother and father had been caught and sentenced within the kingdom for prices of drug smuggling final yr, ARY Information reported.

The household was caught making an attempt to smuggle medicine on the Jeddah airport whereas travelling underneath Umrah pretext.

The husband and spouse had been scanned and roughly 100 heroin capsules had been discovered of their stomachs.

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PM’s Particular Assistant on Abroad Pakistanis and Human Useful resource Growth Zulfiqar Bukhari had directed the managing director of Abroad Pakistani Basis (OPF) and Pakistan’s neighborhood welfare attache in Jeddah.

The husband was awarded capital punishment whereas the girl was sentenced to 18 years in jail.

After a proper dialogue with Saudi officers, the toddler was handed over to the neighborhood welfare attache and was subsequently introduced again to Pakistan.

Bukhari lauded the efforts of the state’s welfare attaché and OPF. “We try to reduce such acts, we’re nonetheless clueless to how persons are coerced into finishing up such deeds,” stated PM’s Particular Assistant on Abroad Pakistanis and Human Useful resource Growth.

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