Updated: 24 Jan 2021 03:06 IS
Islamabad [Pakistan], January 24 (ANI): Pakistani Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) have demanded the resignations of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan, saying their “incompetence and ego-worship” has tarnished the country’s reputation as Union of countries has restricted its employees from traveling on any boat PakistanI’m an airline, Dawn reports.
That Union of countries had warned staff from all of her agencies against using anything Pakistanregistered airlines, including national airlines Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), because of concerns about its pilots’ dubious flying permits.
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday lashed out at the government by saying that Pakistan paid the price for “historic incompetence”, Geo News reported.
“Pakistan paying a degrading (government) price for this, historically inadequate and incompetent, “he wrote on Twitter, responding to news that Union of countries has prohibited its employees from traveling through anything Pakistanbased airline.
“Because of the way it was handled by these startups, the country faced shame around the world. First, PIA pilots were humiliated around the world and now airlines have fallen to such a point. Pakistan never saw days like that, “said Maryam.
senior PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal on Saturday said it was a devastating decision PakistanReputation is only due to the “incompetence and ego-worship” of the prime minister and minister of aviation.
The News International reports that an advisory has been issued by the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) which states: “Due to the ongoing CAA investigation [Civil Aviation Authority] Pakistan…caused by dubious license, be careful when using Pakistan– registered air operator. “
According to Pakistan Every day, UN advisors have been recommended to bodies, including the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations Development Program, the Food and Agriculture Organization, and many others.
Given these developments, UN officials working in the country cannot travel with anyone Pakistanregistered airlines, even inside Pakistan.
According to The News International, the UN advisor said that the air operator’s information was the result of a new automated system linked to a revised global air travel safety policy.
Back in December last year, the European Union Aviation Security Agency (EASA) extended the ban Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) for three months, though PakistanI officials hope that the ban will be lifted.
EASA has informed PIA that the ban will only be lifted after a safety audit from the Civil Aviation Authority, Dawn reported. EASA in July 2019 has suspended authorization for PIA to operate flights in EU member states due to safety concerns.
The suspension came after it was revealed that the credentials were hundreds PakistanI am a “dubious” pilot. Meanwhile, the PIA has lost billions of rupees since it suspended flight operations to and from the European Union and Britain. (ANI)