IHC tells govt to decide on Pakistani students in China
Statesman Report
Islamabad: Islamabad High Court (IHC) Chief Justice Athar Minallah on Friday remarked that it is the government’s responsibility to decide about Pakistani students who are trapped in Wuhan as the ‘situation is serious’.
IHC CJ Athar Minallah passed the remarks while hearing a petition filed by the parents of the Pakistani students stuck in Chinese city of Wuhan due to coronavirus outbreak.
During the hearing, the parents told the court that there was a “clear difference” in the stance of the government and the students trapped in China.
“The government is not giving us any answers,” said the parents.
After hearing the parents, IHC CJ remarked that the government should satisfy the parents on the measures they have taken.