Pak minister Zafar Mirza says to parents, Students' welfare better off in China

( Reuters ) 
More than 1,000 Pakistan students continue to stay stranded in Wuhan city as coronavirus killed over 2,000 human beings in China and infected over 74,000.
However, no matter all countries making efforts to evacuate its residents from China, Pakistan has did not cope with the matter.

Over 400 mother and father travelled from across the country to attend a meeting at a college in Islamabad and around a hundred protested with placards outdoor after the meeting, blocking a nearby road. Protests inside the larger towns of Lahore and Karachi have been held closing week.

Slogans like 'disgrace on the authorities', 'bring our kids back', have been raised at some stage in the meeting Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi failed to attend after promising that he would.

In the assembly, dad and mom faced the country's health minister and authorities marketing consultant briefed dad and mom for the first time.

Health Minister Zafar Mirza and Minister for Overseas Citizens Zulfiqar Bukhari informed the dad and mom that the college students' welfare was better off in China and Pakistan did not have good enough facilities to quarantine them if they returned.

But loads interrupted the briefing, with some seizing microphones to say they did not want to concentrate to officials till their children had been lower back and dozens flooding the stage to crowd around the ministers.

Health minister Mirza stated he would carry the parents’ anger at a cabinet meeting on Thursday.

Pakistan has stated its embassy in Beijing is assisting college students and a two-individual crew travelled to Wuhan this week to fulfill students and gather more facts about their situation.

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