After Naz Shah, another British MP sought clarification on putting Pakistan on the red list
LONDON: A British MP has sought clarification on the inclusion of Pakistan in the red list and said that if the cases are looked at, there is no justification for the inclusion of Pakistan in the list.
According to details, another member of the British parliament, Naz Shah, wrote a letter to the British government on the inclusion of Pakistan in the corridor list.
“I have written a letter to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Transport and Health asking him on what grounds he is redlisting countries. I have asked the British government to explain this decision.
Yesterday, British MP Naz Shah wrote a letter to Foreign Minister Dominic Robb questioning the British red list, saying that Pakistan was included in the red list on a scientific basis, while France, Germany and India in Pakistan. The rate of cases is low.
He wrote in the letter that the British government is making political decisions instead of protecting its people, this move of the government is against Pakistan and the Pakistani community.