Asad Qaiser’s Kabul go to postponed owing to safety issues

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National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser. — Twitter/File

National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser’s go to to Kabul was postponed on Thursday on the final minute owing to safety issues on the final minute. 

The NA speaker was heading a nine-member parliamentary delegation to Kabul on the particular invitation of his counterpart Chairman Wolsi Jirga Afghanistan, Mir Rehman Rahmani.

The plane of the speaker was denied permission to land on the Hamid Karzai International airport “due to a security threat”, stated Sadiq.

He stated “the plane was about to descend when the control tower informed of the closure of the airport. New dates for the visit will be decided after mutual consultations.”

According to the information accessible from the flight tracker Flightradar 24 and shared by an unofficial PIA fanatic the plane circled for a while near Kabul’s Hamid Karzai airport, earlier than heading again home.

However, the knowledge accessible from the Kabul Airport’s on-line arrivals and departures confirmed common flight motion.

Chairman Wolsi Jirga Afghanistan Mir Rehman Rahmani and Chairman of the Afghan Senate Fazal Hadi Muslimyar telephoned Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser and regretted the postponement of the go to. They stated they have been wanting ahead to the go to of the delegation from Pakistan at an earlier date.

Speaker Asad Qaiser stated he can be visiting Kabul as quickly because the safety state of affairs improves.

The Parliamentary delegation comprised Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Sadiq Khan, MNAs Shandan Gulzaar, Muhammad Yaqoob Sheikh, Sajid Khan, Maulana Salauddin Ayubi, Gul Dad Khan, Ghulam Mustafa Shah and Secretary National Assembly. The delegation was on a four-day go to to Kabul.

Prior to his go to the Speaker in a quick message stated he appeared ahead to nearer ties with the individuals of Afghanistan. He stated the delegation deliberate to carry wide-ranging discussions, together with deliberations on the Afghan peace and cross-border commerce.

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