COVID-19: PM’s decision to open Pak-Afghan Border

Islamabad, 20th March: Keeping in view the current situation of the coronavirus, PM Pakistan has taken a big decision, to open the Pak-Afghan border.

According to the reports of Baaghi TV, Imran Khan has directed to open the Pak-Afghan border in Chaman.

Prime Minister Imran Khan tweeted on social networking sites, Twitter that he was standing with Afghanistan in times of crisis and has asked to open the border and allow the trucks to go to Afghanistan.

 

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that despite a global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are fully committed to helping our Afghan brothers and sisters. I have given instructions to allow trucks to enter Afghanistan while opening the Chaman-Spin Boldak border. We are steadfast with Afghanistan in the crisis.

The total toll of coronavirus patients has reached up to 455 in Pakistan, with 3 confirmed deaths.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will convene a meeting of the National Coordination Committee today after the widespread of the coronavirus in Pakistan. The meeting of the National Coordination Committee will be held in the Prime Minister House this afternoon.

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