Red List: British MPs call for an end to discrimination against Pakistan

Manchester: British MPs have once again called on the government to stop discriminating against Pakistan.

In an exclusive interview with ARY News, Naz Shah, a British MP, said that the British government was discriminating against Pakistan while Pakistan had taken the best possible steps to control the corona virus. “The British government is giving priority to business over the people,” he said.

MP Imran Hussain said that so far the government has not been able to formulate any mechanism for traffic light system, the decision to include Pakistan in the red list is unfair and out of number.

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“We will increase pressure on the government to remove Pakistan from the red list so that travel restrictions are lifted,” he said.

It should be noted that the British government has introduced a traffic light system to prevent corona, under which different countries have been included in the green, amber and red list.

Surprisingly, despite the spread of the disease and the large number of deaths in India, the British government has removed India from the red list, after which the people there have started criticizing the government.


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