The minister said the government was considering alternate routes – by sea, air as well as train – for pilgrims to travel to Iran. All the issues related to pilgrims would be properly documented, he said, adding that during his recent visit to Balochistan, including travel to Taftan border, he reviewed all the arrangements.
Speaking on the occasion, Balochistan CM Kamal said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had constituted a committee headed by Afridi to visit Balochistan and get first-hand information of the issue facing the pilgrims to Iran. The committee, he added, held meetings with the representatives of law enforcement agencies, pilgrims and other stakeholders.

Source: Express Tribune


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