In the wake of the boat capsize tragedy that resulted in the drowning of hundreds of people, including Pakistanis, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah stated on Monday that Pakistan intends to bring up the issue of Greek coast guard behaviour with their administration.
The minister made his remarks after Pakistani boat survivors accused Greek coastguards of being responsible for the tragedy, claiming the ship was deliberately sunk and no aid was offered. Pakistanis reportedly forced to the ship’s bottom were also included in the reports.
The minister stated that the incident’s survivors have come forward to relate their terrifying experiences, highlighting the seriousness of the circumstance.
The interior czar stated that an investigation into people trafficking was ongoing during the Geo News show “Geo Pakistan.” The authorities, he continued, want to take the toughest legal action against smugglers. The minister made a statement on how the problem of human trafficking was getting worse and that the government would look for IC to stop these TRAFFICKERS.
“The offenders frequently compensate the VICTIMS in case settlements. Amazingly, it has come to light that the offenders were Being paid between Rs20,000 and Rs25,000 each person,” he continued.
A committee has also been constituted, according to Sanaullah, to address the problem of people trafficking. The committee has one week to finish its investigation and provide a thorough report.
Unexpectedly, he continued, human rights organisation have mostly ignored this important issue in favour of concentrating on comparatively unimportant problems.
The FIA had widened the scope of its probe into the BOAT cataclysm the day before by forming teams in important Cities added Lahore, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, or ISL to prosecute the Human Traffickers.
According to a press conference Released by the FIA, the choice was decided During a meeting with DG Mohsin Hassan at the AIH.
Estimates of the number of passengers on board the boat at the time of its sinking range from four-hundred to over seven-hundred, although hundreds of them were probably from PAK, many of them from Azad Jammu Kashmir. According to accounts in FM, eighty individuals have passed away or 100 are still missing.
The FIA DG gave the Meeting’s chairman the go-ahead to swiftly wrap up the inquiry opposed to the human traffickers connected to the Greece Shipwreck.
A meeting of the FIA’s Inter-Agency task group has also been scheduled for tomorrow, at which a successful plan will be outlined, according to the statement.
The FIA DG instructed to take action opposed to the Content connected to Crossing the BORDER Illegally on Social Media, calling the people traffickers or their arranger “International Culprits.”
The horrific occurrence still left 83 inhabitants of Punjab Missing, it was announced at the conference.